Financial services firm and elected officials announce board for African American and Hispanic small business loan

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Urban News Staff Reports

Jersey City-based financial services firm, World Business Lenders (WBL) announced Thursday night a prestigious cast of board members for the African American Chamber Fund and the Hispanic Chamber Fund at the firm’s inaugural Fall Social.  The two separate loan programs are spearheaded by World Business Lenders’ CEO Doug Naidus to make low-cost capital available to African American and Hispanic Chamber of Commerce member businesses and entrepreneurs across the U.S. 

 Held at the Hyatt House Rooftop at Exchange Place, the event brought together more than 100 influential leaders including Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NJ) President Carlos Medina; African American Chamber Fund board members including retired U.S. Congressman Ed Towns (NY), African American Chamber of Commerce (NJ) President John Harmon, Olympic Gold Medalist Bob Beaman, North Carolina Activist Shirley Frye and Archbishop David Billings of Washington, DC. Joining them locally were Hudson County Black Democratic Caucus Members including Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (D-Hudson), and Jersey City Council Members Jermaine Robinson, Denise Ridley and Joyce Watterman.

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