The African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania is a full service organization that continuously provides access and opportunity to over 500 African American business owners and professionals. Additionally, the Chamber’s membership includes other minority groups, over 60 non-profit organizations, and over 50 majority businesses. Our boundaries extend from Cambria County, up to Erie, PA over to the Ohio border, and down to West Virginia. Forty major corporations serve as sponsors, as we work to achieve economic parity for the membership. This website highlights the range of services that the Chamber provides and serves as a tool to easily identify firms to conduct business with. The website is updated continuously to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the membership. We encourage you to visit this site often, use it for accessing firms for business development, learn about the Chamber’s Business Institute, upcoming business programs, and events held throughout our region. WELCOME to the website of the 12th largest Chamber of Commerce in our region!
- Regular Membership
- Supporting Membership
- Associate Membership
- Chairman Circle
- Corporate Sponsor
- Presidential Roundtable
The mission of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania is to continuously improve business and professional opportunities for African American Business owners and professionals. Guided by the core values of equity in opportunity, economic advancement, self-sufficiency and entrepreneurial excellence, we will seek to advance economic parity for the African American Business community by insuring full participation in the public and private sectors throughout the region.
Programs & Services
The African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pa. offers a variety of programs and services to members and guests that will assist them in their development and gaining access to decision-makers for business growth.
Listed are the organizations who’ve gone above beyond to demonstrate their commitment towards economic parity for the African American Business community throughout the region.