James E. Clingman is the former editor of the Cincinnati Herald Newspaper. His editorials and economic columns have been featured in hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and newsletters across the United States.
He is the founder of the Greater Cincinnati African American Chamber of Commerce, served as its first Executive Director and President. Jim also writes a weekly syndicated newspaper column, Blackonomics, circulated via the National Newspaper Publishers Association. Watch for his column in your local newspaper. He is an Adjunct Professor, Univ. of Cincinnati, Dept. of African American Studies on "Black Entrepreneurship". He is the author of numerous books including the new book, Black O Knowledge.
Clingman has been instrumental in establishing several other Chambers of Commerce around the country and continues to promote economic freedom for African Americans.
His speeches have stirred thousands of conferees and his newspaper articles are sought after by subscribers across the United States and abroad. Mr. Clingman is available for your speaking engagement.
Clingman's economic empowerment doctrine stresses consumer education and alliances among African Americans. He offers yet another view of the potential within this nation's Black communities.