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Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce names Hargett Board President

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lea-photoThe Board of Directors of the Minnesota Black Chamber of Commerce (MBCC) has announced that Lea Hargett, board vice president, will assume the position of president of the MBCC Board of Directors immediately. Long-time president Barbara Jo Davis has announced her retirement, effective immediately. Davis, who is president of Ken Davis Products, has agreed to continue to serve on the MBCC board.

Michael Fondungallah, board secretary and law partner of Fondungallah Essien & Kingham, was appointed interim vice president, and will hold both positions. Dorothy Richburg, CEO of Keystone Computer Solutions, will continue to serve as treasurer.

Hargett has been a member of the MBCC since 2004, and has been an officer since 2006. Hargett, a successful entrepreneur, has launched and run several small businesses. In 2004, she founded JOG Associates, a business consulting firm; from 1999 to 2003, Hargett owned and operated the Mobe Group, a contract manufacturing company in Minneapolis.

For more information about the MBCC or to learn more about the benefits of membership, please visit www.minnesotabcc.org.
 

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