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Dr. Roy A. Hastick Sr.

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Advisory Board Member

Phone: (516) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.com
Caribbean BlueBook Inc
265 Sunrise Highway Suite 1422
Rockville Centre , New York 11570
United States

Company Description: Plan your Caribbean vacation. Find travel information, island destinations, promotions, hotels, and a calendar of popular events

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer and Founder
    Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Chairman
    Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Proud Member
    Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • President and Chief Executive Officer and Founder
    The Industry Standard
  • President and Chief Executive Officer
  • President and Founder
  • President and Founder

Board Memberships and Affiliations

173 Total References
Web References
Management-board, About-us, 25 Mar 2015 [cached]
Dr. Roy A. Hastick - President, CACCI
Born in Grenada, Dr. Hastick migrated to the United States in 1972 and worked for several years as a social services administrator, community advocate, entrepreneur, and newspaper publisher. In 1985, Dr. Hastick founded the Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. ("CACCI") with only ten members. Under his leadership, the organization has become a well-recognized business entity with a membership of over 1,700 in the tri-state area and in the Caribbean. Over the years, CACCI has sustained and developed its mission, which is to promote economic development on behalf of Caribbean American, African American, women, and other minority entrepreneurs. As President of CACCI, Dr. Hastick has been credited for his tireless efforts to put in place a structure that serves the small business community and fosters a climate of unity and harmony among diverse cultures. He has served as a delegate to the United Nations for Grenada and has received numerous awards, including being honored by President Clinton at New York Day in Washington, DC.
As an ardent supporter of Two-Way trade between the United States and the Caribbean region, Dr. Hastick, who was an elected delegate to the 1995 White House Conference on Small Business, campaigned to get bilateral trade with the Caribbean region into the final recommendations that were submitted to the United States Congress. Most recently, Dr. Hastick received the New York State Attorney General's 2008 African American Achievers Award for exemplary small business leadership.
Welcome to, 27 Feb 2014 [cached]
News from the Caribbean and from the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, chairmn Dr Roy A Hastick, in Brooklyn New York, click on picture
MJoTAtalks: Music Oumou Sangare
The Aces Museum of Germantown, Philadelphia for veterans who are sons and daughters of Africa, African countries and Caribbean countries
Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Incorporated, 26 July 2015 [cached]
Convener: Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc., Dr. Roy A. Hastick, Sr.
Roy A. Hastick, Sr., President - Edmond A. Sadio, Board Chairman
Roy A. Hastick, Sr. is ... [cached]
Roy A. Hastick, Sr. is President/CEO/Founder of the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc., (CACCI), an international economic development organization with a membership of over 1500 in the United States and in the Caribbean. He serves on numerous boards including Chase Manhattan Bank's Community Development Board, Tropical Television Network, (Ttn), NYC Mayor's Small Business Advisory Board, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College, Chairs Medgar Evers College's Caribbean Research Center's Advisory Board, and serves on The Brooklyn Navy Yard Economic Development Corporation.
Mr. Hastick, a tireless advocate for economic and community empowerment, has been involved in promoting racial harmony in Brooklyn's Crown Heights community where he serves as First Vice Chairman of Community Board #9. He was appointed by former Mayor David Dinkins to serve as one of the Commissioners which investigated the tragic "Happyland Immigrant Social Club" fire in the Bronx in the late '80's.
Mr. Hastick has been a strong and vigorous advocate for two-way trade between the United States and the Caribbean. As an elected delegate to the 1995 White House Conference on Small Business, he used his skills at diplomacy and knowledge of the Caribbean region to get "Two-way Trade" on the agenda and was instrumental in helping to craft the language which was included in the sixty (60) recommendations proposed to the Congress of the United States. He was honored by President Bill Clinton at 1995 New York State Leadership Day in Washington, DC. Mr. Hastick publishes the CACCI Courier, and an Annual Business-to-Business Resource Directory, He has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including the NAACP Crises Magazine, the Brooklyn Bridge, Black Enterprise, and the New York Times, and has appeared on WABC TV's "Making it: Economic Opportunities for Entrepreneurs" and WCBS TV's "Brooklyn, USA". Currently, he appears on "Business and You" which airs weekly over WLIB Radio, 1190 AM. A sought after speaker on business and community development issues, Mr. Hastick was recently appointed to serve on the board of the proposed Brooklyn Empowerment Zone which will address job creation strategies and secure funding for small business opportunities. Mr. Hastick has been a recipient of numerous awards including the United States Department of Commerce, National Award for Small Business Advocacy, the New York State and New York City Minority Business Advocate of the Year Awards. He
Caribbean Trade Center, 3 May 2003 [cached]
Chamber President and CEO, Dr. Roy A. Hastick, Sr. welcomed special guests NYS Governor George E. Pataki, NYS Secretary of State Randy Daniels and NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Hastick thanked the Governor, the Mayor, Borough President Marty Markowitz and other city, state and federal elected officials for their support and asked for their financial help with the development and construction of the first ever Caribbean Trade Center, a total commercial development of approximately 20,000 sq. ft to be located in downtown Brooklyn, NY.
According to recent estimates, close to 3 million Caribbean Americans are living in the metropolitan area and Hastick believes that they deserve "economic parity and a place to call their home."
Hastick proudly introduced the distinguished honorees for this year's tribute: Corporate Responsibility/Diversity Awards were presented to George Hulse, Vice President, Health First; Dr. Linda Brady, President/CEO, Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, Emory Jackson, Director, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York; and Edward Odom, Jr., VP, CRA Community Relations, Citibank, NA.
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