Led Chamber For Five years
Eran Harrill, president of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Metro Oklahoma City, has resigned, The Black Chronicle has learned. Mr. Harrill has been the chief executive officer of the chamber for five years. His resignation was effective on Nov. 27. He said he resigned in order to pursue other career ventures. A statement released by the board of directors said Mr. Harrill led the chamber to achieve national recognition. Gary Woods, board chairman, will serve as interim president until a replacement is found.