Chapter History and Information

The National Black MBA Association, Inc., is a non-profit organization of minority MBAs, business professionals, entrepreneurs and MBA students.  With close to 8,000 members working in both private and public sectors throughout the country, we share a commitment to education and business–the two principal keys to the economic development of the African-American community.

Career and Professional

Local businesses have the opportunity to increase their visibility to our member by contributing to the chapter financially, by sponsoring an event, or by providing meeting space.  In return, the chapter assists them with their efforts to recruit a diverse and inclusive workforce.

Delivering a comprehensive range of professional development programs geared toward meeting the needs of our members.

Delivering a comprehensive range of professional development programs geared toward meeting the needs of our members.

Community service

The Pittsburgh Chapter is firmly committed to developing our youth through the Leaders of Tomorrow® Program.  In addition, the chapter provides volunteer and hosts community events throughout the Pittsburgh region.

The chapter was recognized by our National Association as “Chapter of the Year” in 2011 for outstanding growth in membership, partnerships, funding, and programming.  The chapter also took home Chapter Programming of the Year in 2014 for our signature programming and events such as our Coffee Talk Series, Brunch and Learn, Cocktails and Connections, and our Scholarship and Recognition Gala

“We are not impressed by your looks, money, social status or job title. We are impressed by the way you treat other human beings .”

National Black MBA Pittsburgh Chapter

Since 1970

The National Black MBA Association, Pittsburgh Chapter is proud to offer the Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Program.  The LOT program is a national network of high school students and distinguished professionals who focus on empowering African American students in grades 9 through 12.   These students have exhibited leadership potential, but require additional motivation, people, and influential factors in their lives to realize, and then capitalize on their full potential.

 

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