Albert C. Black, Jr. was the first African American Chairman of the Dallas Regional Chamber. Black founded On-Target Supplies & Logistics in 1982 and has been its President and Chief Executive Officer since its inception. He leads On-Target’s strategic development, establishes company goals, manages strategic political and social involvement, and oversees the development of corporate culture.

Black was included in Black Enterprise Magazine’s Top 100 Minority Companies for 2005, 2006, and 2007. 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. As the advisor and board member of many corporations and organizations in Dallas, Black is an influential figure in the city of Dallas and Dallas County politics. Along with Institute Board member John Castle, he has been a strategic advisor to the Institute’s annual MLK Symposium and is now a member of the MLK Advisory Council.

Black and his wife Gwyneith live in Oak Cliff and are the parents of three children.