TSU Alum Trina Morris: One of The HBCU Chamber Of Commerce’s Founders

4 HBCU Alumni Found The HBCU Chamber Of Commerce

By William A. Foster, IV

There is no security on this earth. Only opportunity. — Douglas MacArthur

On February 18th four business owners officially met to establish the HBCU Chamber of Commerce. The founding companies were AK, Inc. an investment and operations firm in Houston, TX that owns HBCU Money and operates in the agriculture, energy, finance, media, research, and transportation industries; Carter Media Enterprises a media company in Baltimore, MD that owns and operates HBCU Digest; Style Root, Inc. a public relations firm in New York City, NY; and Urban Argyle an events company in Atltanta, GA that are creators of innovative events geared toward image, activism, and awareness.


Trina Morris graduated from Tennessee State University in 2000 with a BA in English. She is the “SeedEO” of Style Roots a a public relations and personal development consulting firm, based in Brooklyn, NY.

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