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Established in 1970, the National Black MBA Association is dedicated to developing partnerships that result in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth in the black community. In partnership with over 400 of the countries' top business organizations, the association has inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sector. Yet all of NBMBAA's partners have one thing in common: they are all committed to the organization's goals and values.

Chapter President, Eric Harrison

nbmbaa ATLANTA chapter president One of my favorite sayings is "If you want to know where I stand, watch my feet." Well, I stand squarely on my commitment to ensure that the Atlanta Chapter is the premier organization in Atlanta; to ensure that we are focused on People, Programs and Profitability; to ensure that we win chapter of the year!; and to ensure that we are the voice, the ambassadors for higher education, entrepreneurship and professional career development throughout not just Atlanta, but the entire NBMBAA organization.

Chapter History

The Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) was established in 1980 with 20 charter members. Its current membership body is comprised of graduate business degree holders and current students, as well as entrepreneurs, who have distinguished themselves in the business arena. Nearly 60% of the chapter have an MBA.

The Chapter's mission mirrors that of its parent organization – to lead in the creation of educational, career and entrepreneur opportunities resulting in economic development for our members and community. The Chapter executes this mission via the activities of 10 standing committees, including Community Affairs, Economic Development, Government Relations, and Student Affairs.

With more than 900 members, Atlanta has ranked as the largest chapter in the organization since 1999. From a field of impressive competing chapters, the Atlanta Chapter was chosen for "Chapter of the Year" by the national organization (2010, 2006, 2004) and three years consecutively as the Southern Region's "Chapter of the Year" (1997, 1998, 1999) due to its effectiveness in executing programs and initiatives. The Atlanta Chapter was also selected as Host for the 2006 and 2011 NBMBAA National Conferences.

Atlanta

www.atlbmba.org

Email: atlanta.chapter@nbmbaa.org

Phone: (404) 307-0520

Atlanta Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. BOX 54656
Atlanta, GA 30308

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  • Largest NBMBAA Chapter Since 1999
  • Chapter of the Year: 2010, 2006, 2004
  • Southern Region's Chapter of the Year: 1997, 1998, 1999
  • National Conference Host: 2006, 2011 and 2014
  • 2014 Channel Awards for Career: President - Eric Harrison

Chapter President, Gregory Gibson Jr.

nbmbaa Austin chapter presidentThe Austin Chapter 'STAR' vision entails:
S – Service to our members, partners and community
T – Team Empowerment & Engagement
A – Accountability at all levels
R – Real “Fun”

Austin

www.austinblackmba.org

Email: austin.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(512) 574-0474

Austin NBMBAA
P.O. Box 144822
Austin, TX 78714-4822

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  • Rising Stars® Collegiate Mentoring Programs
  • Scholarships
  • Community Partnerships

Chapter President, Gary Morton

nbmbaa chapter president As an at-risk youth in 1992, I am grateful for the mentorship, professional development, leadership opportunities, exposure, network connections, and scholarships provided by the Boston Chapter. This directly contributed to a successful 14-year professional career.

Equally significant, this continued support positioned me to become a corporate and community leader with the opportunity to give back and support a pipeline of diverse professionals of color.

Twenty-one years later, I come full circle, and assume leadership of the Boston Chapter along with a solid Leadership Board, and we look to you to join us in our effort to continue developing and supporting people of color in our Communities, Colleges and Corporations.

Boston

www.bostonblackmba.org

Email: boston.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(617) 504-4485

Boston NBMBAA
66 Harding Rd
Roslindale, MA 02131

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Chapter President, Neila Wilson

neila Wilson chapter presidentNeila has been a member of the NBMBAA for 11 years and is a Lifetime Member. A 2005 Alumnus of the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, Neila joined the local chapter in 2007 serving the Chapter in a variety of leadership roles. Today, Ms. Wilson proudly serves the Chapter as our Vice President of Strategic Programming. She works hard to advance the goals of the organization and provide winning strategies, benefiting partners and members of the Central Florida chapter. Since joining the chapter, Neila established the monthly EES Speakers Series and the Chapter's Business Book Club. With the implementation of these programs, the chapter has seen greater participation from potential sponsors and additional networking opportunities for members.

Chapter History

The Central Florida Chapter proudly represents more than 150-plus members across the I-4 Corridor (Daytona Beach-Orlando-Lakeland). Our Chapter represents many industries in both the private and public sectors. The organization gains its strength from a passionate belief in community and a commitment to its prosperity through economic and educational development initiatives that support the global African American community.

Central Florida

www.cflblackmba.org

Email: centralflorida.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(321) 578-8305

Central Florida NBMBAA
P.O. Box 692696
Orlando, FL 32869-2696

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  • 150+ members across the I-4 Corridor (Daytona Beach-Orlando-Lakeland)
  • MBA Applied Program
  • Economic Empowerment Series Program

Chapter President, Doris Gibson

nbmbaa chapter president The primary goals of the Charlotte Chapter are:

To establish and maintain an effective information and communications network, which will serve the membership and the business community;

To serve as a conduit between business enhancement resources and individuals; To disseminate current information affecting minorities who operate in the business environment;

To provide professional education in business related areas in the form of seminars, classes, group discussions and pertinent publications;

To provide scholarships to minorities to attend institutions of higher learning; and to capture information on scholarship availability for business students.

Chapter History

The NBMBAA Charlotte Chapter was established in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Incorporated in 1995, the chapter consists of over 200 African-American professionals with graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines including marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, information technology, law, and management.

The Chapter’s vision is promoting intellectual and economic wealth within the Mecklenburg County community. We provide a broad range of activities to meet the diverse needs of its membership and the Charlotte community. Events include: guest lecture series, professional development seminars, networking activities, corporate receptions, and numerous student development and scholarship programs.

Charlotte

www.nbmbaacharlotte.org

Email: charlotte.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(877) 732-0314

Charlotte Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 34613
Charlotte, NC 28234

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  • 200+ members
  • Professional development workshops & presentations
  • Youth and professional mentorship
  • Community service events
  • Conference level programs and speakers

Chapter President, Angela Foster-Woods

nbmbaa chapter presidentIn alignment with the National Office, we endeavor to bring you the best in programming, networking and professional development opportunities through five channels of engagement: education, career, leadership, entrepreneurship and lifestyles.

To our members, we encourage you to take full advantage of the Chapter offerings. Each of us has a desire to grow and to achieve our goals for the betterment of ourselves, our families and our community at-large. Regardless of where you are along the five channels, we’re here to provide you with the tools to successfully navigate within and across each of these channels. Our hope is to go beyond inspirational and motivational to transformational! To accomplish this, your involvement is most critical.

Chicago

www.ccnbmbaa.org

Email: chicago.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(312) 458-9161

Chicago NBMBAA
P.O. Box 8513
Chicago, IL 60680

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Chapter President, Jada Harris

Cincinnati

Celebrated 25 Years in 2014
www.cincyblackmba.org

Email: cincinnati.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(888) 864-4410

Cincinnati NBMBAA
P.O. Box 14656
Cincinnati, OH 45250

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  • Scholarship Programs

Chapter President, Shaquira Johnson

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Shaquira Johnson has 16 years of banking experience. Her background includes driving the execution of sales programs and tools to support strategic initiatives for the middle market and business banking segment. Shaquira has overseen the efforts of consumer and commercial loan operations teams. She also brings leadership expertise in enhancing and defining the client experience through customer service, mitigating losses on credit card portfolios, and facilitating new hire employee training and development. Her background as a senior credit analyst also provides skill in understanding and analyzing consumer credit risk. Shaquira is committed to having a positive impact in the community. Shaquira earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Denison University and her Master of Business Administration degree from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management.

Chapter History

Established in 1985, the Cleveland Northeast Ohio Chapter is a non-profit organization with over 150 members with professional experience in both public and private sectors.

Members have graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines including marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, information technology, telecommunication, e-commerce and general management.

Approximately 15% of our members are graduate school students, and another 10% are entrepreneurs. The remaining 75% of our membership base have an average of ten years working experience in corporate America.

The Cleveland Northeast Ohio Chapter covers the entire portion of Northeast, Ohio including, Canton, Akron, Kent, Youngstown, Lorain and Elyria.

The Cleveland | Northeast Ohio Chapter was named Chapter of the Year in 2003, 2004, 2005, and most recently 2009. The Chapter also received the 2004 & 2005 CAAO Member Tubbs-Jones Economic Impact Award.

Cleveland Northeast Ohio

www.nbmbaa-cleveland.org

Email: cleveland.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(216) 285-0338

Cleveland/Northeast Ohio NBMBAA
P.O. Box 22839
Beachwood, OH 44122

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  • Leadership Breakfast Series
  • Scholarship Programs

Chapter President, Tamara Staley

Columbus

www.columbusbmba.org

Email: columbus.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(614) 470-1683

Columbus NBMBAA
P.O. Box 163575
Columbus, OH 43216-3575

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Chapter President, Cheryl Long

Dallas/Ft. Worth

Celebrated 25 Years in 2014
www.dfwmbas.org

Email: dallasftworth.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(214) 853-4497

Dallas Ft. Worth NBMBAA
P.O. Box 797174
Dallas, TX 75379-7174

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  • Business Community Awards Gala
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Chapter President, E. Marlene Johnson

The Dayton, Ohio chapter of the NBMBAA was organized in 1982 by a group of employees of the Delco Moraine Corporation. The interim leader of the new chapter was Bill Brooks who was a member of the chapter prior to being transferred to Delco Moraine. Other founding members were Barbara Bostick, Michael Penn, Alphonso Spence and Frank West.

The chapter was officially incorporated in 1984 and has had a history of providing its members with professional development, networking and career opportunities. In addition to services for the members, the chapter has awarded scholarships and participated in and supported many Dayton area community activities. In 1999, the Dayton Chapter was recognized by the National Headquarters as the “Chapter of the Year”.

The chapter currently has 40 members including student, associate and full members and is led by President Deborah Benson. The membership is diverse with entrepreneurs, students, administrators and professionals representing a variety of industries.

Dayton

Celebrated 30 Years in 2014
Email: dayton.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(937) 285-0113

Dayton NBMBAA
P.O. Box 3709
Dayton, OH 45401-3709

  • Economic Stimulus Package-How it Affects Dayton Emerging Trends
  • Marketing Small Businesses
  • Tax Strategies for Businesses and Individuals
  • Education for Empowerment
  • Chapter of the Year: 1999

Chapter President, Andre P. Gill

nbmbaa denver chapter president Andre serves as the President of the Denver Chapter and he is committed to developing the strategies, partnerships and best practices to meet the goals and objectives that are in line with the National Association mission statement.

Denver

www.nbmbaa-denver.com

Email: denver.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(734) 644-1722

Denver NBMBAA
13560 Broomfield Apt 413
Broomfield, CO 80302

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Chapter President, Paulina Johnson

nbmbaa detroit chapter president Paulina Johnson is an Account Manager for ArcelorMittal, the largest global steel supplier. She is currently the only African American female to hold this position within the Automotive Sales Unit of ArcelorMittal. Her responsibilities include managing several automotive accounts in various regions within the US and Canada. She is responsible for securing and maintaining existing automotive contracts. Paulina is the lead contact to purchasing for all General Motors Direct Plant steel purchases from ArcelorMittal. Paulina’s career has thrived in the Steel Industry. Some key attributes to her success within ArcelorMittal has been her positive attitude and willingness to develop processes and employees to improve departmental efficiency.

Paulina first joined the National Black MBA Association® in 2002 after receiving a scholarship from the Indianapolis Chapter as a graduate student. She obtained a B.S. in Computer Information Systems (1998) and a MBA in Marketing Management (2002) from Indiana University Northwest. She is the only individual to have obtained a 4-year Bachelor of Science Degree in 3 years from Indiana University Northwest and her accomplishment was archived in the University’s Historical Archive Records. Paulina’s passion is mentorship. She published her first memoir, “I AM YOU - Achieving Against All Odds” in June 2008. She wrote this book to inspire and encourage others to fulfill their dreams despite any obstacle they may face in life. Paulina has served as Marketing Chairperson and as a member of the Membership Committee for the Detroit Chapter.

Chapter History

The Detroit Chapter was incorporated in 1976 with the vision of establishing and maintaining an effective communication device for the African-American manager. Our mission is to assist in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth within the African-American community.

The Detroit Chapter is currently one of the 10 largest chapters in the National Black MBA Association with approximately 300 members. Our diverse membership demographics include a variety of industries including banking, health care, education, retail, automotive and a host of other career fields. The Detroit Chapter is also proud to be the home of 3 past National Presidents, 1 National VP Operations and nearly 20 past members of the National Board of Directors.

www.blackmba.org

Email: detroit.chapter@nbmbaa.orga>

(313) 237-0089

NBMBAA
P.O. Box 32960
Detroit, MI 48232-0960

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Chapter President, Justin Coleman

Chapter History

Greater Harrisburg officially became a Full Chapter in the National Black MBA Association, Inc. Thank you for your support and continued support as we strive to fufill the mission and vision of The National Black MBA Association, Inc. We are ready and energized to serve this community through five (5) key areas of engagement: Education, Lifestyle, Leadership, Career and Entrepreneurship.

If you are looking for a network of business professionals with a commitment to education, career development and promoting the economic wealth within the black community, the National Black MBA Association, Inc - Greater Harrisburg Chapter is for you! Please contact us for additional information on how you can reap the benefits of being a part of the premier professional organization in the country. We look forward to seeing you soon.

The Greater Harrisburg Chapter was first established as an Interest Group in October 2008 and became an Interim Chapter in April 2009. It's charter members sought to build a support network for blacks that are established and new to the Greater Harrisburg area. The majority of the members were frequently traveling to other cities (Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C.) for professional development and networking opportunities and there seemed to be a strong opportunity to provide these types of events locally.

The Greater Harrisburg Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. is comprised of business professionals and graduate students representing diverse industries. Our members share the common goals of exposure, development and obtaining career opportunities with increased responsibility. The chapter's commitment is to provide valued-added programming and services that align with these goals.

Greater Harrisburg

www.nbmbaagh.org

Email: grtrharrisburg.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(484)300-1633

Greater Harrisburg NBMBAA
P.O. Box 61263
Harrisburg, PA 17106-1263

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Chapter President, Henry Young

Chapter History

Established in 1995 and recognized with full Chapter status in 1997, the Greater Hartford Chapter of NBMBAA is a non-profit organization that develops and executes programs designed to promote economic and intellectual wealth for the Connecticut and Western Massachusetts African-American community. The organization consists of MBAs, business professionals, entrepreneurs and MBA students that work in both the private and public sector. The members of Greater Hartford Chapter share a commitment to education and business – the two principal keys to the economic development of the African American community.

Hartford

www.blackmbahartford.com

Email: hartford.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(860) 880-0256

Hartford NBMBAA
P.O. Box 2438
Hartford, CT 06146-2438

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  • Personal Branding Workshop
  • Blood Drive
  • Wine Tasting Fundraiser
  • Annual Picnic
  • Leadership Series
  • Quarterly Member Meetings
  • Quarterly Networking Mixers

Chapter President, Errol Allen II

Chapter History

Organized in 1983, the Houston Chapter currently has members at all levels of business management, from a wide array of disciplines including Finance, IT, Marketing, Law, International Business, Healthcare, Education and Engineering. Additionally, there are a growing number of entrepreneurs and small business owners who are joining our group.

The Chapter maintains relationships with many of Houston’s community-based organizations and Fortune 1000 companies. We are committed to advancing our members by providing opportunities that derive mutual benefits.

The Chapter’s primary goals are to successfully operate several major programs and annual events during the year. Some of these programs may include: 1) the Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) High School Mentoring Program, 2) the Leadership Empowerment Scholarship Awards Banquet and Silent Auction, 3) the LOT Golf Tournament, and 4) the Texas Leadership Education and Diversity Conference (Texas L.E.A.D.). Additionally, many of our members participate in the Annual National Conference and Exposition.

Houston

www.houstonblackmba.org

Email: houston.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(713) 899-8657

Houston NBMBAA
P.O. Box 56509
Houston, TX 77256

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  • Conference Host: 2013
  • General Membership Meetings
  • Leadership Development
  • Wealth Development
  • Investment Club
  • Buy Black Campaign
  • Student Development
  • NBMBAA-Houston Chapter Undergraduate Scholarship®
  • NBMBAA-Houston Chapter MBA Scholarship

Chapter President, Rita Rogers

Chapter History

The Indianapolis Chapter was formed in 1990 as an Interest Group. The founders of the group believed the city of Indianapolis was in need of a professional organization for African Americans. The vision was to provide the African-American professional community with advanced degrees an opportunity to come together and network as a group. The National Black MBA Association offered such an opportunity and this group of visionaries petitioned the national organization for admittance. A few of the people involved in this effort were Claudia Stevens Maddox, Jerry Johnson, and Emmanuel “Mann” Harris. A great debt is owed to these individuals for their foresight. Others playing a prominent role in developing the chapter were Ed Thompson, Sheila Faison, Bill Reynolds, Carolyn Johns (Christian), Darlene Sowell, and Frank Davis.

Indianapolis

www.nbmbaa-indy.org

Email: indy.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(317) 308-6447

Indianapolis NBMBAA
P.O. Box 2325
Indianapolis, IN 46206-2325

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  • Membership Engagement Meetings
  • Career & Professional Development Series
  • Corporate Reception
  • Entrepreneur Roundtable
  • Holiday Soul Celebration
  • Scholarship Breakfast
  • Town Hall Meeting
  • A View From The Top

Chapter President, Mozella Jenkins (Dyer)

kansas city chapter presidentThe Kansas City Chapter began as an interim chapter in 1988. In 1995, at the National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts, founding members Lawrence Lee, Sylvia Patillo, and others successfully petitioned for the chapter to receive full chapter status, with all associated voting rights.

Mozella Jenkins (Dyer) was elected the first formal chapter President for the 1996 - 1997 term. Under her leadership the chapter flourished by creating a series of firsts; the first edition of the monthly newsletter, MBA Accounts; the first chapter to establish a 800 listing; the first Institutional Sponsorship Program with Dean William Eddy and Dr. Nolen Ellison at the University of Missouri - Kansas City Bloch School of Business; the first Mentor Development Program was created; the first Emmanuel Cleaver, II, Leadership Award for Economic and Community Development was given to Mayor Emmanuel Cleaver at our Corporate Reception held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City; the first After Work Powerplay social networking event which was held at the newly opened and renovated Omni Hotel - Penthouse Ballroom; first chapter voter registration drive; and the Year End Celebration culminating a year of hard work by the members and partners of the chapter.

The Kansas City Chapter of the National Black MBA Association was recognized as Chapter of the Year in 1996. It is the only chapter that has been recognized in its first year as a full status chapter. The Chapter was recognized with this prestigious Award again in 2003 under the leadership of Fred Phillips. Under his guidance the chapter, awarded over $20,000 in scholarships to local high school and undergraduate students.

Kansas City

www.kcblackmba.com

Email: kansascity.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(877) 493-2073

Kansas City NBMBAA
P.O. Box 414661
Kansas City, MO 64141

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Chapter President, Linda DeYampert

linda deyampert nbmbaa los angeles chapter president Linda DeYampert is the Senior Manager, Scheduling Operations for the National Football League Network (NFL). She is the first African-American woman to hold a position in management for the NFL Network; one of the fastest growing cable networks in the country. Her responsibilities include management of the production facility, scheduling personnel and staffing of over 200 freelance employees on a day-to-day basis for all studio operations and some remote production.

Linda’s passion is working and getting involved in her community. She is a motivational speaker for “Career Day” in the inner-city schools in Los Angeles. Currently, she is an Adjunct Professor for the University of Phoenix, School of Business where she teaches Management and Human Resource Management courses.

Linda is an active member of the NBMBAA (National Black MBA Association) and served as the Membership Chairperson for two terms. Currently, she is serving her second term as Vice President of Administration of the National Black MBA Association. She is an active member of WISE (Women in Sports and Events), NFL Women’s Interactive Network and volunteers with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America. Linda holds a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University, Dominquez Hills and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix. Linda is a native of Los Angeles. She is the proud mother of one daughter, Shannon and one grandson.

Chapter History

The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Black MBA Association was incorporated in 1979. It is one of the six original chapters in the National Organization. Currently we are one of the largest chapters in the country with nearly 1,000 Members. Our history in the organization is rich, including that we are the only chapter to host the NBMBAA National Conference five times (1980, 1990, 1999, 2005, 2010). We hold 501(3)c Non-Profit status.

Los Angeles

Celebrated 40 Years in 2014
www.labmba.org

Email: losangeles.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(310) 437-1033

Los Angeles NBMBAA
P.O. Box 83731
Los Angeles, CA 90247

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  • National Conference Host: 1980, 1990, 1999, 2005, 2010
  • Monthly Seminars and Workshops
  • Corporate Receptions
  • Newsletters
  • Community Activities
  • Social Events
  • Career and life skills training
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Infinite networking possibilities
  • Access to Local Job Bank
  • Executive and student mentoring opportunities
  • Members only discounts and events
  • Career Opportunities
  • Entrepreneurial training and business support
  • Reduced registration at the Annual National Conference

Chapter President, Chanda Glover

Kentucky

kynbmbaa.org

Email: kentucky.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(502) 276-5164

Kentucky NBMBAA
P.O. Box 2953
Louisville, KY 40201

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Chapter President, Kiamesha Wilson

Memphis

www.memphisnbmbaa.org

Email: memphis.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(901) 347-8786

Memphis NBMBAA
P.O. Box 770907
Memphis, TN 38117

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Chapter President, Cecily Keys Kelly

nbmbaa chapter presidentMy commitment is to ensure that the Milwaukee Chapter of National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) is the premier organization in Milwaukee and surrounding region in Wisconsin. Our focus is on the four "P's"; People, Partnerships, Programs and Profitability not just throughout Greater Milwaukee, but as a hallmark of our national organization. People – the standard bearer of higher education, entrepreneurship and professional career development. Partnerships – corporate partner ambassadors, Programs – Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) success and Profitability – solvency and responsibility to our members.

Chapter History

The Milwaukee Chapter of the NBMBAA was established in 1992. Its current membership body is comprised of graduate business degree holders, current graduate students and entrepreneurs, who have distinguished themselves in the business arena. Nearly 85% of the chapter members have an MBA.

The Chapter's mission mirrors that of its parent organization - to lead in the creation of educational, career and entrepreneur opportunities resulting in economic development for our members and community. The Chapter executes this mission via the activities of eight standing committees including Governance, Marketing, Membership, Professional Development, Operations, Social/Event, Strategic Partnership and Technology.

The Milwaukee Chapter of the NBMBAA has over a 100 current financial members, in disciplines such as Accountants, Engineers, Information Technology (IT), Legal, Logistics, Human Resources (HR), Program/Project Managers and Supplier Diversity in multiple industries in Milwaukee and surrounding areas. The Milwaukee Chapter continues to build intellectual and economic wealth for the Greater Milwaukee community.

Milwaukee

www.nbmbaamilw.org

Email: milwaukee.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(414) 841-6949

Milwaukee NBMBAA
P.O. Box 510438
Milwaukee, WI 53203

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Chapter President, Lolita Toney

The Greater Nashville Chapter of the NBMBAA is a not-for-profit organization that has focused on providing African Americans with the opportunity to pursue higher education and achieve economic wealth since 1995. The Nashville Chapter is at the forefront in meeting the needs of the Nashville community and providing opportunities for our members to really make a difference. The chapter currently has over 170 members.

The mission of the Greater Nashville Chapter of the National Black MBA Association is a business organization which leads in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for the African-American community in Middle Tennessee.

Nashville

www.nashvilleblackmba.com

Email: nashville.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(615) 824-6232

Nashville NBMBAA
P.O. Box 22367
Nashville, TN 37202?

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Chapter President, Michael Fleming

nbmbaa chapter presidentMichael D. Fleming, a New Jersey native, currently serves as a Senior Sales Consultant for Lilly USA. He has held progressive roles in the pharmaceutical industry in the area of sales, team leadership, training and compliance for over fifteen years.


Chapter History

The NBMBAA - New Jersey Chapter (“NJ Chapter”), formed in 1983 and incorporated in the state of New Jersey in 1989, has over 150 members with professional experience acquired from both public and private sector organizations. Members are actively engaged in a variety of fields including marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, information technology, telecommunications, general management, in the for-profit and non-profit arena, as well as involved in entrepreneurial endeavors. Members are encouraged to share their expertise by participating in various chapter activities which focus on three themes: career and professional development, cultivating partnerships with local businesses, and community service, with a special emphasis placed on the intellectual development of our youth.

New Jersey

www.nbmbaa-newjersey.org

Email: newjersey.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(732) 246-2878

New Jersey NBMBAA
P.O. Box 28023
Newark, NJ 07101

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Chapter President, Tonia Moore

New Orleans

www.nolablackmba.org

Email: neworleans.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(504) 368-1534

New Orleans NBMBAA
P.O. Box 57978
New Orleans, LA 70157-7978

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Chapter President, Michelle McCleary

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On behalf of the Chapter and our board, we would like to thank you for your continued support and look forward to serving you as leaders of this great Chapter.

Our Chapter does a lot of great work with our corporate partners, for our members, and in our communities. With hundreds of financial members and a supporter base of nearly 5,000, it is important for us to have some key focus areas for 2014:

  1. Deepen our Chapter’s relationships with corporate partners by securing more professional development opportunities for our diverse and talented members.

  2. Strengthen our high school mentoring program, College Awareness Symbolizes Hope (C.A.S.H.), by creating a President’s committee to fundraise and launch more demanding and meaningful development opportunities for both students AND mentors.

  3. Forge a strong mentor/mentee relationship between MBA candidates and graduates, entrepreneurs, and minority small business owners in New York City.

  4. Create more opportunities for our members to meet and support each other.

  5. My biggest dream is to build a pathway to the White House. The goal of President Obama’s initiative "My Brother’s Keeper" is in line with the work that our youth program C.A.S.H, has been doing for more than twenty years.

New York

www.nyblackmba.org

Email: newyork.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(212) 202-7544

New York NBMBAA
P.O. Box 8135
New York, NY 10116

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Chapter President, LaSondra Gray

Chapter History

The NBMBAA NOVA Chapter proudly announces the approval as an INTERIM CHAPTER in December 2013. Thanks to everyone for your ongoing support in helping achieve this status.

Our diverse and energetic group of professionals is working diligently to expand membership reach to underserved areas in the outlying Northern Virginia region. Broadening the target base of membership opportunities further promotes the mission of the National Black MBA Association. The National Black MBA Association NOVA Chapter was developed out of the need to provide developmental programs and resources to African American professionals, college students and youth in the Northern Virginia area.

Our mission is to provide programming and initiatives that support our Five Channels of Engagement: Education, Career, Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Lifestyle. The five channels of engagement serve as critical links in the success of our members and partners. Therefore, our partnerships and programming are developed to aid in the success of linking all five of these critical links.

We are dedicated to serving and enhancing the prosperity of our members in the Northern Virginia area. There are many ways our members can contribute to our commitment of fostering intellectual and economic wealth for the communities in which we empower, work, and serve. Take some time to peruse our website to learn about all of the fascinating programs that we have to offer. Our organization exists to serve its members! See for yourself click here.

*Interim Chapter Since: December 2013

Northern Virginia

www.nbmbaa-nova.org

Email: northernvirginia.chapter@nbmbaa.org
VPAdmin@nbmbaa-nova.org
VPOp@nbmbaa-nova.org
VPMembership@nbmbaa-nova.org
LOTChair@nbmbaa-nova.org
Treasurer@nbmbaa-nova.org

844-NOVA-BUSINESS (844-668-2287)

Secretary: Ext 0
VP Admin: Ext 1
VP Operations: Ext 2
VP Membership: Ext 3
Treasurer: Ext 4
LOT Chair: Ext 5
Corp. Development Chair: Ext 6
President: Ext 7

NBMBAA NOVA Chapter
44125 Woodridge Parkway, Suite 220
Leesburg, Virginia 20176

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Chapter President, Sonja Burrus

nbmbaa chapter president We are a non-profit professional membership organization supporting the Greater Philadelphia Area. Our mission is to lead in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth by increasing the diversity and number of successful college graduates and business professionals.

Chapter History

Established in 1976, the Philadelphia Chapter proudly represents more than 250 members, representing many industries in both theprivate and public sectors. We offer a unique networking opportunity for Black MBA graduates, students, entrepreneurs and business professionals seeking to advance their careers, knowledge and wealth potential in today’s global economy.

Philadelphia

www.nbmbaa-philly.org

Email: philly.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(215) 472-2622

Philadelphia NBMBAA
P.O. Box 1384
Philadelphia, PA 19105

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Chapter President, Alethea P. Session

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Chapter History

Established in 1999, the Phoenix Chapter of the National Black MBA Association is comprised of hundreds business professionals, and entrepreneurs in various fields of endeavor. We pride ourselves on establishing relationships within the local business community and promoting the intellectual and economic resources throughout the valley.

We've designed our programs within five channels that align with the needs of our professional members, participants and partners.

Phoenix

Email: phoenix.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(877) 529-4504

Phoenix NBMBAA
P.O. Box 27601
Tempe, AZ 85285-7601

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Chapter President, Chisa Pennix-Brown

Piedmont Triad

www.triadmba.org

Email: piedmonttriad.chapter@nbmbaa.org (336) 223-4778

Piedmont-Triad Chapter NBMBAA
4028 Battleground Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27410

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Chapter President, Jeanine Blackburn

It is my pleasure to serve as president of this outstanding chapter. We believe in empowering our members by providing programs that stimulates intellectual and economic growth. We are committed to building strong collaborative relationships with our partners and appreciate their ongoing support.

We provide access to business, career, networking and educational opportunities allowing you to make the connections that will assist you with achieving your goals.

We believe it is important to support the community we serve by volunteering, providing scholarships, and mentoring students. Last year we awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students.

Our membership is also thriving. Currently, we have over 350 members that are comprised of students and professionals from diverse industries ranging from accounting, technology, education, insurance, and banking & investment services.

Our goal is to continue to grow our membership, collaborate with our partners, and provide opportunities for our members. Please continue to support our initiatives and we welcome you to become involved with the National Black MBA Association.

Chapter History

Pittsburgh Chapter was established in 1984 and has a mission of "creating economic and intellectual wealth in the African-American community." The Chapter currently has over 300 members consisting of MBA's, business students, entrepreneurs and other distinguished leaders in business, education, and other sectors in the community. Our vision is to "become the premiere black professional organization in the Greater Pittsburgh Region by 2012."

Pittsburgh

Celebrated 30 Years in 2014
www.nbmbaapgh.org

Email: pittsburgh.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(724) 382-3063

Pittsburgh NBMBAA
P.O. Box 3502
Pittsburgh, PA 15230

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  • Professional Development Speaker Series
  • Roundtable Events
  • Professional Network Mixer
  • Leadership Breakfast/Luncheon
  • Entrepreneur Workshop Series
  • Scholarships

Chapter President, Joshua Williams

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Acting upon the operating principles NBMBAA will focus on achieving the following objectives:

  • Attract, develop and retain members of the highest integrity and competence at all levels of the organization; maximize participation of the membership.
  • Emphasize professional skills development of the membership via local and national programming.
  • Develop and maintain strong ties with corporations to garner, retain and expand their support.
  • Develop a close working partnership with Black businesses and community organizations to implement programs advancing overall economic development of
  • the Black community.
  • Increase focus and extend programs to students, encouraging and motivating them towards careers in business.

Chapter History

The Portland-Seattle chapter was formed in 1997 and is one of 7 chapters in the western region. The chapter has grown to over 50 members & continues to grow.

Portland

www.nbmbaa-portland.org

Email: portland.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(503) 330-3773

Portland NBMBAA
P.O. Box 4143
Portland, OR 97208

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  • Professional Development
  • Monthly Membership Meetings
  • Undergraduate & Graduate Scholarship
  • Seattle Power Networking Event

Chapter President, James Howse

Raleigh-Durham

www.rdumba.org

Email: raleighdurham.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(919) 886-7381

Raleigh Durham (RDU) NBMBAA
P.O. Box 13614
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

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Chapter President, Mesha Mott

nbmbaa chapter presidentI have been a member of this organization beginning as a collegiate member in the 90’s and continue to strongly believe in the mission and vision of the organization and the value it brings to the community.

Having served as VP of Operations and now as President with a clear focus on our goals and initiatives, I see a significant value in maintaining the presence of the Richmond chapter of NBMBAA. As such, I look to grow our membership, become more entrenched in the business community, partner with like organizations who share our vision and values, focus on key topics of importance to both our members and partners, work to better position the chapter via exposure and branding, implement those things that have relevance to our membership and the community served and collaborate with other chapters within the East region.

Richmond

www.ricbmbaa.org

Email: richmond.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(804) 200-4511

Richmond NBMBAA
P.O. Box. 2134
Richmond, VA 23218

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Chapter President, JoQuese Satterwhite

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San Antonio

Email: sanantonio.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(251) 680-2462

San Antonio NBMBAA
P.O. Box 691184
San Antonio, TX 78269

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nbmbaa chapter presidentChapter President, Deborah Ann Watson

Deborah Watson sincerely believes in and is committed to the goals and objectives of the National Black MBA Association and the Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Program. Deborah is and has been an active member and Secretary for the National Black MBA Association – San Francisco Bay Area Chapter since 2011, and has held the position of Vice President of Administration since 2013. Deborah achieved both her Bachelor of Arts in Management and MBA, with a concentration in Operations Management, Finance and Global Strategy from Saint Mary’s College of California. Deborah received her PMP from PMI (Project Management Institute) in 2013.

An experienced Project Management and specialist in Global Logistics, Global Trade Compliance and Operations Management for over 20 years, Deborah is currently employed by Varian Medical Systems Inc., in Palo Alto, CA. Deborah is also an entrepreneur and CEO of LAMDEB LLC, a firm that provides support to small companies who are interested in growing their import-export operations, enhance their global logistics strategies and operations as well as achieve cost savings opportunities through Deborah’s experience and expertise in logistics/transportation carrier rate negotiations.

Chapter History

Founded in 1979, NBMBAA-San Francisco Chapter maintains the same organizational vision set forth by our National founders, and serves Black business professionals, MBA students, and entrepreneurs in the Northern California region. Our members are community leaders and professionals who embrace the mission of the association, and strive to make a difference within their area of influence.

For our chapter, the achievements of our relatively mature group of members demonstrate our strength. We are proud that a percentage of our members work in business administration, financial Services, manufacturing, advertising and marketing management positions.

San Francisco

Celebrated 35 Years in 2014
sfnbmbaa.org

Email: sanfrancisco.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(510) 386-2622

San Francisco Bay NBMBAA
P.O. Box 275
Mt. Eden, CA 94557

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  • Personal Branding Workshop
  • Blood Drive
  • Wine Tasting Fundraiser
  • Annual Picnic
  • Leadership Series
  • Quarterly Member Meetings
  • Quarterly Networking Mixers

Chapter President, Kraig Carrere

nbmbaa chapter presidentKraig Carrere is the current President of National Black MBA Association, Seattle Chapter. Kraig has 20 years of progressively responsible experience in leading the Human Resource Functions in organizations with as 10,000 employees and revenues in excess of $2 Billion. Kraig has led these organizations through start-up, survival, turnaround and growth modes. As a Human Resource Leader, Kraig has deep experience in driving organizational strategies across hi-technology, financial, non-profit and retail businesses.

Among his significant previous positions, Kraig severed as a Human Resource Leader for Microsoft Corporation, a US based software, services and hardware company that delivers new opportunities, greater convenience and enhanced value to people's lives. Kraig’s particular experience with the company’s products includes BING Search Engine, MSN Search Portal, Skype Communication platform and various other social/productivity platforms.

Kraig hold a Bachelor of Arts Degree from University of Washington and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) Seattle University.

Seattle

seattleblackmba.org

Email: seattle.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(206) 898-9176

Seattle NBMBAA

P.O. Box 614
Bellevue, WA 98009

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Chapter President, Kimberly Bankhead

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South Florida

www.sflnbmbaa.org

Email: southflorida.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(754) 800-9872

South Florida NBMBAA
P.O. Box 278872
Miramar, FL 33027

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Chapter President, Sam Gradford

nbmbaa chapter president Sam Gradford has been a member of National Black MBA Association – St. Louis Chapter for twenty-two years. He served two terms as President of the St. Louis Chapter from 2003 thru 2006. Positions held within the St. Louis Chapter include Chair of the Human Resource Committee, Vice President – Administration, Chapter President and Immediate Past President. One of his major accomplishments is the initiation and development of the St. Louis Chapter Career Fair.

Sam is the former Director of Workforce Diversity for Metro, the transportation Agency in St. Louis. For sixteen years he was responsible for Metro’s Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Programs. Prior to working at Metro, he spent ten years as Regional Human Resource Manager for the Dial Corporation. He is a member of a number of social and civic organizations such as the Urban League, Human Resource Management Association, and the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. Sam is an active member of Union Missionary Baptist Church where he serves on the Board of Deacons and as Assistant Superintendent of Sunday School. Sam received his Master of Science degree from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1970.

Chapter History

The St. Louis Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA) is one of 45 professional and college chapters throughout the United States and Canada. The chapter has more than 130 members with diverse professional backgrounds in the field of accounting, communications, finance, general management, human resources, information technology, telecommunications, and marketing acquired from both public and private sector organizations.

Maria Flores, Jesse Swanigan, and Ruth Teague-Rice formed the chapter in 1984 and the chapter incorporated in the State of Missouri in 1984. The chapter is a recognized 501(C)3 business organization with a mission to assist in the professional, entrepreneurial, economic, and intellectual development of its members, corporate partners, and community-at-large.

For more than 25 years, the St. Louis Chapter has been a part of the fabric of the St. Louis community and has played a pivotal role in the growth and development of business professionals through offered professional development programs, community outreach programs, and signature events—hosting 17 Professional Career Fairs and 12 Golf Tournaments. Over the years, these and other fundraising events have enabled the chapter to provide scholarships for local high school seniors bound for college as well as undergraduate and graduate students. Additionally, the chapter has 14-years of impacting the lives of students participating in its Leaders of Tomorrow® program.

St. Louis has a long standing history of chapter presidents who [with the aid of each leadership team] have worked tirelessly to empower visionaries through a commitment to education, career, leadership, entrepreneurship, and lifestyle.

St. Louis

Celebrated 30 Years in 2014
stlblackmba.org

Email: stlouis.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(636) 230-2404

St. Louis Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 5296
St. Louis, MO 63115-0296

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Chapter President, Jason Grundy

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Chapter History

The Tampa Bay Chapter started as an interest group in 2007 by 7 professionals from various industries; Sammecia Bagley, Benjamin James, Chante' Jones, Max Oligario, Raymond Sweet and Jessica Weston, who saw the need for a meeting place organization for Black MBA's in the Tampa Bay area. Within several months the membership grew rapidly, which deemed the group to be awarded Interim Chapter status at the 2008 National Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida. Since then, the chapter has continued to grow membership, create partnerships and strengthen its local presence in the community.

Tampa

www.tampablackmba.org

Email: tampabay.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(813) 476-0242

Tampa NBMBAA
P.O. Box 173367
Tampa, FL 33672

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  • 2013 MBA BootCamp
  • Bi Monthly LearnShops
  • Bi Monthly Networking Socials
  • Quarterly "The Collective" Social Networking

Chapter President, Charlene Currie

Chapter History

Our members are minority MBAs, business professionals, entrepreneurs and MBA students who share a commitment to education and business – two principal keys to the economic development of the Black Community. The Toronto Chapter of the NBMBAA offers a unique networking opportunity for Black MBA graduates and students, entrepreneurs and business professionals in the Greater Toronto Area seeking to advance their careers, knowledge and wealth potential in today's global economy.

Since its inception in 2008, as the first international Chapter, the Toronto Chapter has successfully attracted over 100 new members; forged strong partnerships with some of the world's top Fortune 500 companies; created scholarship programs and implemented strategic leadership programs and community development programs that will create intellectual and economic growth for Blacks in our community. In early October 2011, Toronto won 2010

Chapter of the Year! at the 33rd National Black MBA Association Conference held in Atlanta.

Our unique positioning in Toronto allows us to leverage passion, knowledge and experience within our diverse communities to fulfill our vision and mission.

Toronto

nbmbaa.ca

Email: toronto.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(416) 993-9398

Toronto NBMBAA
P.O. Box 41642
Brampton, Ontario, L6Z4R1
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Chapter President, Marsha Henry

nbmbaa chapter presidentThe National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA) is a non-profit organization of minority MBAs, business professionals, entrepreneurs and MBA students. With thousands of members world-wide working in both private and public sectors, we share a commitment to education and business - the two principal keys to the economic development of the Black community.

Chapter History

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, many African American managers relocated or were recruited to the Twin Cities to enhance their career opportunities. While moving to Minnesota was good for career advancement, largely, they found themselves socially and professionally isolated when away from their offices. This shared experience led charter members to create a professional support system - a local chapter of NBMBAA. In partnership with General Mills, Pillsbury, First Bank [now US Bancorp], Norwest Bank, 3M and Honeywell, a Twin Cities chapter was born.

Our members are graduate students and business professionals representing a variety of professional industries with the common the goals of exposure, career development and advancement. The chapter's commitment is to provide valued-added programming and services that align with these goals.

The local chapter is managed by a volunteer executive committee of elected officers who act under established bylaws. The executive committee establishes policy, guides programs, approves expenditures and sets overall strategy for the organization.

The principal source of funding is revenue-sharing from our affiliate organization, The National Black MBA Association, Inc., which is headquartered in Chicago, IL. The NBMBAA expects that all chapter organizations will apply the funds to local career development and scholarship programs.

Twin Cities

www.nbmbaa-twincities.org

Email: twincities.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(612) 819-2703

Twin Cities Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 2709
Minneapolis, MN 55402

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Chapter President, Candice Charles

nbmbaa chapter presidentCandice Charles is a proven and results-oriented leader currently serving as a Program Management Analyst for The Program Executive Office, Integrated Warfare Systems in the Department of the Navy. Prior to joining the Federal Government, Candice served as a Senior Human Resources Generalist and has over 18 years of private industry professional experience encompassing roles in Department of Defense (DoD) consulting, contracts, business operations, talent management, organizational development, process improvement, and non-profit management. Throughout her career, Candice has served as a diversity champion and has contributed to initiatives and programs that recruit, retain, and develop diverse employees for Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.

Candice holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Howard University and a Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Human Resources Management from Strayer University. She is also a member of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), Blacks in Government (BIG) and a lifetime member of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA). Her work and dedication to the NBMBAA - DC Chapter has been recognized, as being the recipient of the organization’s “MBA of the Year” & President’s Awards in 2011.

Washington DC

www.dcbmbaa.org

Email: washington.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(202) 628-0138

Washington DC NBMBAA
455 Massachusetts Ave NW
Suite 150-331
Washington, DC 20001

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  • Pre-Conference Career Expo
  • Entrepreneur Expo
  • Wealth Building Series
  • Corporate Spotlight Networking Events
  • Scholarship and Awards Banquet
  • Holiday Soiree

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Westchester/Greater Connecticut

www.nbmbaa-wgc.org

Email: westchester.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(866) 966-9942

Westchester/Greater Connecticut NBMBAA
P.O. Box 3586
Stamford, CT 6905

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Westchester/ Greater Connecticut

www.nbmbaa-wgc.org

Email: westchester.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(866) 966-9942

Westchester/Greater Connecticut NBMBAA
P.O. Box 3586
Stamford, CT 06905

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  • Career Management Portal
  • Member Mentor Program
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Chapter President, Thomas Beauford, Jr.

nbmbaa chapter presidentThe National Black MBA Association prides itself as an organization that empowers visionaries. Where there is no vision, the people perish. As a cadre of trained business professionals, we must play a vital, substantive role in supporting local entrepreneurs, professional development, higher education, and guidance for our youth. Economic empowerment is as essential today as ever in ensuring a continued legacy of generational wealth. As we achieve new goals, we must never forget the vigilance and price paid by our predecessors that passed on savings, property, small businesses, education, ingenuity andour indomitable spirit.

Every year African-Americans lose millions of dollars in real estate simply by not paying their property taxes. From farmland, commercial property, multi-family units and their personal residences, the recession has accelerated the devastation. The WNY chapter should serve as a strategic resource to help people take advantage of wealth building strategies and protect these assets we’ve work so hard for. I look forward to serving this organization and our community.

Western New York

www.nybmba.org

Email: westernnewyork.chapter@nbmbaa.org

(716) 716-1341

Western New York NBMBAA
P.O. Box 1913
Amherst, NY 10116

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