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A. J. Enchill, the president of the Berkshire Black Economic Council and Cheshire native J.D. Chesloff, the CEO of the Massachusetts Business Roundtable, have been named to a jobs and economy panel that is part of Gov.-elect Maura Healey's transition team.
The Berkshire Black Economic Council held a Saturday speed networking event that put Berkshire Black entrepreneurs and Black-owned businesses in the spotlight.
The Berkshire Black Economic Council, formed in May, is a nonprofit organization interested in assisting the local Black business community and Berkshire businesses as a whole.
There is more to Alfred "A.J." Enchill Jr. than just economic development. The 28-year-old has served as a legislative aide to state Sen. Adam Hinds, volunteered for several local nonprofit organizations and flirted with the idea of becoming a professional lacrosse player.