NBMBAA® Charlotte Chapter

CHARLOTTE CHAPTER HISTORY

Toya Everett, Charlotte 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.
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.

Learn More

Email: charlotte.chapter@nbmbaa.org

Call: (877) 732-0314
Charlotte Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 34613, Charlotte NC 28234

Chapter Honors & Awards

2015 Channel Award: Lifestyle – Charlotte “Holistic Wellness Fair”

2015 Channel Award: Leadership – “Embracing & Leading Through Change; Leadership Forum”

Professional development workshops & presentations

Youth and professional mentorship

Community service events

Conference level programs and speakers