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National Black MBA Association relocates to Atlanta

By Brenda Hull / July 2, 2016

National Black MBA Association addresses Atlanta’s biggest issues

By Kacie Whaley / February 8, 2016

Model and graduate student Erin Leigh talks role models, acting and what success looks like

By Yvette Caslin / September 24, 2014

Chicago leader DeAnna McLeary-Sherman needs your vote to make a difference in teens’ lives

By Munson Steed / May 14, 2014

Judge Sylia Elias went to law school to fight for those who have no voice

By Terry Shropshire / May 13, 2014

Dr. Steve Perry on why he started his extraordinarily successful magnet school

By Terry Shropshire / May 9, 2014

Anita DeFrantz, 1st woman ever to be named International Olympic Committee vice president

By Terry Shropshire / May 5, 2014

Kevin Williams inspires Buick Achievers with story of rise from poverty to president of GM Canada

By Terry Shropshire / April 22, 2014

Black MBA scholarships in top 5 cities

By Mo Barnes / March 13, 2014

Top MBA programs that offer scholarships to black students

By Mo Barnes / March 13, 2014

National Black MBA announces the 2013 Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship brunch

By Alexandria Green / July 2, 2013

Top 10 black professional associations and their 2013 conventions

By Ebony Safiyyah / November 14, 2012

Applicants Guide for the 2012 NBMBAA Scholarship Program

By Alexandria Green / November 6, 2012

Jené Guess-Cash Says NBMBAA Open for Business With Non-Practitioners

By Roz Edward / August 6, 2012

‘The Network Journal’s’ 15th Annual ’40 Under 40’ Awards Dinner 2012

By Jana Hicks / July 17, 2012

How a Young Professional Can Be the Next Great Cultural Leader

By Yvette Caslin / May 10, 2012

Get Your Princeton or Stanford Education Now: Top 5 Free Ivy League Courses

By Zondra Hughes / April 24, 2012

Black Alumni Reunion at Penn State Kicks Off With Pioneers and Legends Dinner

By A.R. Shaw / April 23, 2012

Black Intellectual Tera Hunter on How Minority Students Can Be Successful at Ivy League Schools

By A.R. Shaw / April 16, 2012

Princeton’s Eddie Glaude Jr. Says Black Studies Crucial for Ivy League Institutions

By A.R. Shaw / April 12, 2012

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