Join Us For Our General Chamber Meeting on October 11, 2018


Godfrey Mukwindidza, Adira Services

Godfrey, Father of one wife and 3 beautiful girls, is the owner of Adira services a consulting firm that specializes in Change management, Project Management, and Business analysis placement. Adira has overseen a broad range of projects from hundreds of thousands to million-dollar initiatives. Godfrey also just started a home health care agency in the DFW metroplex where there is a great opportunity. Ten years of doing mostly IT projects has equipped his organization to be able to place the right people in projects across the US and outside the US at various times. His vision is to get investors to look at African countries as potential partners for offshore work.

Originally from Zimbabwe Godfrey also runs a non-profit named which helps build and renovate classrooms in struggling communities back in the motherland. He and his wife felt the need to give back to the country they were both raised in. Based on God driven principles his goal is to help one child at a time get a well-deserved education in a conducive learning environment.

Being an Immigrant has made Godfrey and his Wife work extra hard to be successful and lead by example for other Africans in Dallas. Future plans include opening a travel and tours company and take people with love for the motherland (Zimbabwe) on safaris and experience Africa first hand.


Donna Hartman

Donna Beard Hartman retired after a 30-year career as a public-school educator and administrator. As an involved community activist and volunteer, she has concentrated her efforts on diversity and inclusion. 

Mrs. Hartman has won Diversity Leadership Awards from PISD and The Plano Community Forum. She was awarded Citizen of the Year for the Plano Chapter and the Ninth District of Omega Phi Psi Fraternity, Inc. Mrs. Hartman was recognized twice by her peers to represent schools in the Plano Teacher of the Year district competition.

For the past 7 years, Mrs. Hartman has volunteered her time with the Plano International Festival as the coordinator for the Wellness Fair. The fair provides free health screenings, medical services and healthy living information to area families. This year, the Fair will be held on Saturday, October 13th at the Plano Courtyard Theater.

Donna is a Chicago native, but has been in Texas long enough to call it home.

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Collin County 
Black Chamber of Commerce


PO Box 3426
McKINNEY TX 75070-9998

Facts About Government Grants

BA does NOT provide grants for starting and expanding a business.

Government grants are funded by your tax dollars and, therefore, require very stringent compliance and reporting measures to ensure the money is well spent. As you can imagine, grants are not given away indiscriminately.


2017 Holiday Extravaganza

We held our annual Holiday Extravaganza on Saturday December 9, 2017.

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Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

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