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Albert Black

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Albert C. Black Jr. (born July 24, 1959) is an American businessman who serves as CEO and chairman of On Target Supplies and Logistics, a company he founded in 1982. Black served as the first African American chairman of the Dallas Regional Chamber in Dallas, Texas. He traveled to 16 countries on joint trade missions with former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk. He served as chairman of the Baylor Health Care System, helping to establish the Baylor Diabetes Health & Wellness Institute. He is the current chairman of the Charles Sammons Cancer Center and the Dallas Housing Authority. He has received three Texas Instruments Supplier Excellence Awards and is a recipient of the 30th Congressional District Award for outstanding achievement in the field of business. Early life Black was born in 1959, the youngest of seven children and raised in the Frazier Courts housing projects in South Dallas. As a doorman at a hotel in downtown Dallas, his father, Albert Black Sr., came to know influentia
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