Hanging out with the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts


BECMA events

The Black Economic Council of Massachusetts is having Virtual and In-Person events in November.

On NOVEMBER 18th the members Annual Members Meeting, is having Michele Thornton Gee, CEO of Ebony and Jet Magazine as the keynoter. You can expect a message about owning brand, space, your future and Wealth Building. Women have been truly successful in these areas and they lead the minority business segment with example and success

Meeting Link 6:30 p.m. ticketed event. Join In Person at the Charles River Studios
495 Turnpike Street, Canton, MA, or virtually online.

On NOVEMBER 30th, the BECMA MASS BLACK EXPO opens for another year to help Black businesses network and gain visibility among corporate and community. Massachusetts Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley will speak. This may be the one where we find out what Massachusetts is going to get out of the recent passage of Stimulus an Infrastructure funding legislation. Meeting Link

National Afro Tech event

Afro Tech is a conference experience and continues to be one of the largest multicultural tech conferences in the United States, bringing together engineers, investors, software coders, artists, business developers, financiers and others who are at the nucleus of Wealth-building in the Afro American communities in the United States. People attend to connect with a global community of 20,000+ Black tech innovators during a series of digital and in-person events filled with dynamic programming on emerging trends, networking opportunities with industry leaders and conversations with top tech recruiters.


BLAVITY produces Afro Tech. After moving from their startup brick and mortar offices in California to Atlanta, Blavity is now operating completely on remote. Loaded with millions of investor dollars from Google Ventures and the most active Black-owned venture capital groups operating in the US, Blavity’s Afro Tech conference is co-sponsored by High Tech high growth firms and brands.