Acres Home Chamber
for Business and Economic Development Corporation.
Acres Home Chamber is the leading regional advocate and champion for the economic and civic interests of the Acres Home District 139 community.
An honored graduate of Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law, in Houston, Texas.
Roy Douglas Malonson has raised the consciousness of African American people and entrepreneurs about possibilities.
Mrs. Cooksey has over 35 years of experience in the Real Estate Industry. She has spent the majority of those years working to provide equal housing opportunities in the inner city.
Dr. Joe J. Mills
Joe J. Mills, DDS, a native Houstonian, wanted to improve the quality of oral healthcare of all Houstonians, as well as the underserved by establishing Mills Dental Care Center in 2003 in the Acres Homes Community where he grew up. Read More
Mrs. Oveta Hunter
Raymond G. Glass
Raymond G. Glass, of Harper Alternative Schools, II is a native Houstonian who is a proud graduate of Houston Independent School District and Prairie View A&M University.
As a high school student at Mirabeau B. Lamar High School, Mr. Glass participated in marching, concert and stage bands. Read More
Demetrius Walker is a serial entrepreneur, author, DJ, and Director of the North Houston Economic Development Center at Lone Star College. As a co-founder of dN|Be Apparel, Demetrius has promoted messages of Black empowerment through graphic tees and conscious urban wear since 2005. Read More
J.G. Hollins Builders’ commitment to excellence is fully imprinted throughout our 20 year occupancy in the residential development industry. Our indelible dedication to building and cultivating a legacy of quality luxury homes has sustained our presence in the Greater Houston area as a dominant force amid the new construction industry. We offer an unparalleled, authentic obligation to customer approval and satisfaction. Read More
Michael D. Moore
Moe’s future is booming with entrepreneurial possibility, he is branching off into pork skins, barbecue sauces, seasoned rice, canned goods, seafood batters and a whole lot “Moe.” Within the last two years he has opened two restaurants, The Stuffed Baked Potato Factory, which was inspired by the success of Moe’s Magic Dust. He even has an app for iPhones and androids where you can order your food to go. Read More