Thursday, February 23, 2023

Congratulations To Highly Regarded Business & Empowerment Leader Phil Andrews

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Business And Community Leader Phil Andrews Gets Recognized For His Ongoing Historic Achievements In Our Area


Phil Andrews is the current President of the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. NY State’s largest African American Chamber.  Andrews is also the founding President of 100 Black Men of Eastern New York. Phil is listed in Who’s Who in Black America, and the International Who’s Who.

He has been named to City and State Magazine Top Power List on Long Island on three separate occasions. Long Island Business News named Mr. Andrews as one of the Top Power Long Islanders for 2021 in a special publication.
Community, Service and Education have been constant themes in his life. Andrews’ drive is a profound concern for his community. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce, Roosevelt Kiwanis Club, and served as the West Indian Chamber of Commerce as its Public Relations Director.

Mr. Andrews owns the Power Networking Business Seminar Series, a business network that builds viable connections between community and businesses. He continues to build networks in and across many an industry; but, none more important than that of the education and mentorship of young people. As a Certified Mentor, Phil Andrews’ goals involve encouraging as many promising young men as possible by compelling them to serve with the very best of their minds and talents.

We at the Southeast Queens Scoop and AMS Digital give congratulations to Phil for his unwavering efforts to uplift our community and his helping of our publications in the past.

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