NBMBAA® Central Florida Chapter

CENTRAL FLORIDA CHAPTER HISTORY

Stephanie Hampton-Best

Stephanie Hampton-Best, Central Florida Chapter President

Ms. Stephanie Hampton-Best is an experienced professional, with a diverse background that spans over 20 years in industries that includes banking, distribution, non-profit and supplier diversity. A member of the Central Florida Chapter since 2007, Stephanie has supported the local chapter in delivery successful programs for the last 7 years. Stephanie previously served as the Logistics Committee Chair and Executive Secretary, and currently serving as a LOT® Mentor. She currently serves as Minority Business Program Specialist, with the Florida’s Turnpike Minority Business Office. Stephanie holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Winthrop University.
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.

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Email: centralflorida.chapter@nbmbaa.org

Call: (321) 578-8305
Central Florida Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 692696, Orlando FL 32869-2696

Chapter Honors & Awards

150+ members across the I-4 Corridor (Daytona Beach-Orlando-Lakeland)

MBA Applied Program

Economic Empowerment Series Program