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Corporate Vision Magazine - January 2017
Fourth Annual Circle of Achievement Awards Gala
The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey celebrated the Fourth Annual Circle of Achievement Awards Gala on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick, 2 Albany Street - New Brunswick, NJ.
The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Board of Directors
Our President and CEO, Mrs. Angela Jenkins-Lester has been appointed to the African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey Board of Directors in July 2013. For a complete list of the board members visit http://cloud2.snappages.com/472029469ff1c2504c6f9faa7994ebc8d7a33f40/Board%20of%20Directors%20Page.pdf
Making the World A Better Place
AI Magazine - February 2017
2012 SBCA Best In Business Awards
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 16:45
Spectrum Partners, LLC has been recognized by the Small Business Community Association (SBCA) as the 2012 Best of Business in Eatontown for the Business Industry category.
Empowerment Hour Radio 920 AM (Princeton, NJ)
CEO Angela Jenkins-Lester interviewed by John E. Harmon, Sr. President and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey. The AACCNJ performs an essential role in the economic viability of New Jersey.
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Federal Program Failing Women
Sunday, 16 December 2012 20:58
It took Jenkins, who used to do procurement work in the Army Civilian Service, about two weeks to round up all the documents and financial statements needed to register her Eatontown IT firm for a part of the Women Owned Small Business program. That makes her’s one of more than 600 New Jersey businesses currently signed up for the program.
But she worries that the government’s guiding definition — 51 percent owned and controlled by women — leaves too much room for interpretation.
“My biggest concern is that this kind of program tends to attract those who are trying to fraudulently take advantage the system,” she said. “I want to make sure that if it’s a woman-owned small business, that the woman who’s in charge can talk the talk.