Grady Crosby of Johnson Controls, Cecelia Gore of the Brewers Community Foundation, and Blaine Gibson of Baird.
The African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin (AACCW) held its third annual Breakfast of Champions event on May 7 at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Walker’s Point.
LaVerne Davis of Associated Bank, Mike Stratton of Town Bank, Clarice Smith of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee, and Suzette Kuenning of Associated Bank.
Heather Olson of Wisconsin, Iowa and Central Illinois Minority Supplier Development Council and Mark Davis of American Transmission Co.
Laura Dubler and Darryl Anderson, both of YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee.
Harris Turer of the Milwaukee Admirals and Pat Baldwin of Milwaukee Panther Athletics.
Kitty Principe of Associated Bank and John Callen of Catholic Financial Life.
Mike Ward and Julian Berry, both of U.S. Bank, Deshea Agee of the Historic King Drive BID, and Lenore Sprague of U.S. Bank.
Dr. C. Greer Jordan and Dr. John Raymond Sr., both of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Gaulien Smith, owner of Gee's Clippers Barber & Beauty, and Cecelia Gore, executive director of the Brewers Community Foundation.
Ossie Kendrix, president and CEO of the AACCW.
Dr. Valerie Daniels-Carter, founder of Milwaukee-based V&J Holding Companies Inc. Behind her is Ossie Kendrix, president and CEO of AACCW and Wanda Montgomery, board chair of AACCW.
Cherry Perkins, owner of Mr. Perkins Family Restaurant in Milwaukee.
Fallon Johnson, CEO of Chicago-based Annie Bell Frangrances was the keynote speaker.
The event was held at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Walker's Point.
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