Why National Black MBA Association is a powerful tool for success

Shawn M. Graham is Interim Chief Executive Officer for the National Black MBA Association, Inc and is bringing a plethora of knowledge, wisdom, and leadership to the office. Graham has 30 years of experience leading global and national corporations in several industries. She was selected to the Atlanta Business League’s 100 Women of Influence in […]

NBMBAA® CEO Jesse Tyson moderates forum hosted by Atlanta NBMBAA® Chapter

The Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association® convened influential government leaders to explore key challenges and opportunities in education, economic development, and transportation to provide new perspectives on time-sensitive issues that residents in the Atlanta-area are faced with. Featured participants included: Stacey Y. Abrams, House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly and State Representative for the 89th House District; […]

Winemakers, McBride Sisters, join the Ford closing panel at #NBMBAA16

During the closing of the 38th Annual National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition’s Entrepreneurial Institute, attendees learned about the NBMBAA’s strategic alliance with the Small Business Administration and had the opportunity to hear firsthand about the signing of the historic Memorandum of Alliance between the two organizations, and what initiatives and collaborative partnerships are being developed specifically […]

Ford rocks at #NBMBAA with Jazmine Sullivan performance and Ride & Drive

You had to be invited to the National Black MBA Association’s 38th Annual Conference and Exposition to attend the VIP wine tasting and special performance in New Orleans. Ford invited select attendees to join them for the Ford Experience at Fulton Alley where the McBride Sisters Premium Wine Company, Robin and Andrea McBride, held a special tasting […]

National Black MBA Association relocates to Atlanta

Atlanta is the new home for the National Black MBA Association. This organization was formed by a group of MBA students from University of Chicago 46 years ago. President/CEO Jesse Tyson stated, “This is a journey for us.  We are happy to have made this transition. People often ask why we decided to come to […]

NBMBAA’s Jesse Tyson talks about success of annual conference in Atlanta

When the National Black MBA Association’s board agreed that their interim president possessed too much vision and leadership experience to be set aside in an attempt to appoint a new president, they made one of the most viable decisions they could for the 30-year-old professional organization. At the helm of the progressive association for the […]

Erika James of Emory University talks partnership with NBMBAA

Erika James, dean of the Goizueta Business School at Emory University photographed above with rolling out magazine publisher Munson Steed. How excited are you about the partnership between Emory University and the National Black MBA Association? “I am very thrilled to be the academic sponsor for the National Black MBA Association. Emory and the Goizueta Business School have […]

Applicants Guide for the 2012 NBMBAA Scholarship Program

Over the years, the Houston chapter of the NBMBAA has awarded over $250,000 in scholarships to African-American students. To apply for the NBMBAA Houston Chapter Undergraduate and MBA scholarship program you must meet the following requirements

Paul Guillory, Houston NBMBAA Key Player in Natural Gas Pipeline Success

Along with owning North America’s largest interstate natural gas pipeline system, the El Paso Corporation provides natural gas and related energy products in a safe, efficient, and dependable manner. The energy supply company noted for taking ideas from the possible to the actual, can also boast about the fact, that NBMBAA member, Paul Guillory, is […]

Target and Solange Knowles Welcome NBMBAA Conventioneers to Atlanta

“Hey, where the party at?” “Target,” would be my answer to that question, once posed by R&B group, Jagged Edge.  It sounds somewhat odd to say, but I  reached that conclusion after attending the retail company’s lively NBMBAA gathering, recently.  Target just knows how to “do it,” whether it’s relative to the shopping experience (first […]

NBMBAA’s Charmaine Ward a Shining Example of Success of Networking

An invitation from a friend to attend a leadership and networking conference of  black professionals in Nashville was intriguing for Charmaine Ward. Very comfortable in her then-career, she was a tiny bit curious about the possibilities, thinking, “All I have to do is show up with a résumé and talk to recruiters.” This marked Ward’s […]

10 Leading Part-Time MBA Programs Around the Country

A master of business administration (MBA) is an invaluable degree that allows graduates to pursue career advancement and change. It’s a major educational accomplishment that stands out in a competitive market. Choosing the right MBA program that complements your capacity and talent requires a huge investment of time, focus and energy — but it’s a wise decision […]

Black MBA of Central Florida Raises Next Generation of MBA Greats

ORLANDO, Fla. — It might seem to many that the  “No Child Left Behind” program, ironically, is leaving an endless trail of young students on the side of the road to that destination called success. In response, the Central Florida chapter of the National Black MBA Association is doubling its efforts to buoy young, gifted […]

National Black MBA Association Honors Grads in NYC

NEW YORK – It was a fascinating scene to observe the black MBA graduates-to-be from NYU, Fordham and Columbia University in each other’s company. Even with the LeBron James-Miami Heat game blaring in the background, that contest seemed to pale in comparison to the excitement and nervous energy wafting off scores of soon-to-be African American […]