NBMBAA® Houston Chapter

HOUSTON CHAPTER HISTORY

Errol Allen II

Errol Allen II is a senior integrator in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer for the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) at Johnson Space Center. At NASA, Errol manages budgets for several space projects and center contracts. He is a native of Houston, TX, and a graduate of Florida A&M University. At Florida A&M, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Management, and an MBA with a concentration in Finance. He is a graduate of United Way of Greater Houston’s Project Blueprint (Class 30) and Leadership Houston (Class 30).

Errol currently serves as president of the Houston Chapter of the National Black MBA Association®, Inc. Prior to being elected chapter president, Errol served as chair of student affairs for six (6) years. He coordinated the chapter’s Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) high school mentoring program, its outreach to local undergraduate business and MBA students, and its scholarship program. Errol has been direct mentor to four LOT® students, of whom he is extremely proud. He serves in the role of treasurer on the board of directors for the Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce. In addition, he is an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a founder and the steering committee chair for the Houston Black Leadership Institute (HBLI), and a member of the board of directors for The Collective Generational Mentoring Foundation (TCGMF).

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.

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houston.chapter@nbmbaa.org

Call: (713) 899-8657
Houston Chapter NBMBAA
P.O. Box 56509, Houston TX 77256

Chapter Honors & Awards

2016 Channel Award: Education

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