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News Release: 2/22/2017

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April 07, 2017

The Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce has announced new board members.

Deborah Omowale, owner of Eva’s Escape at the Gardenia Inn, is the new chairwoman.

“I am extremely encouraged to be handing off to a very energetic and dynamic leader like Deborah Omowale," former Chairman Wayne Terry said in a release. "Deborah has been in the trenches with us and helped us build this new foundation. And with her own entrepreneurial experience, she has what it takes to continue the journey for the Chamber on to excellence.”

Omowale is joined by new board officers Teri Britts of Britts and Associates, Mary Jane Villalobos of San Antonio Water System, Shelah Simmons of Genesis Professional Services, Eddie Kirby of CPS Energy, and Sha-Rone Caffie-Reyes of Veniese Ventures International.

“It is an honor serving my community through the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce with an amazing board,” Omowale said. “Through our partners, we will continue to provide our members with relevant information to ensure their collective success.”

The 2017 board also includes Henry Boone of Turner Construction, Chris Williams of Alliance Spine, Henry Stallings of USAA, Shokare Nakpodia of The MightyGroup, Adena Loston of St. Philip's College, Sherry Logan of The Observer News Group, Tyrone Darden of The Gervin Youth Academy, Maria Williams of Majestic Events by Maria, Keyona Edwards of Keys Bookkeeping, Michael Brown of True Vision Church, Angela Martin of Dream Weaver Florist and Broadway Bank, Greg Thompson of Indatatech, Tony Leverett of United Way, Charllotte Guilmenot of Donald Mooney LLC, Randy Ramcharan of Indatatech, and Marcel Johnson of Port San Antonio.

Adrienne Vann