Committee Membership

Committee membership allows each member to explore an area of interest, deepen their engagement with the Dallas – Ft Worth Chapter and provide diverse perspectives and thought. Please take a moment to review the descriptions of our committees below and contact us to find out how to get involved today.


Responsible for planning community building efforts. Drives the coordination of both DFW Chapter members and corporate partners in public service and career development. Works to provide opportunities to give back and make a difference in the DFW Metroplex.

Develop and execute programming for the Leaders of Tomorrow® Program including: tutoring, mentoring, cultural enrichment topics, career development, mentoring, etc.

The LOT® Program is a comprehensive programmatic approach for providing leadership development to high school students. The program is driven by mentoring across four developmental areas: Leadership, Financial Literacy, College Preparation, and Career Preparation. The program offers participants resources, knowledge, and opportunities in the way of mentoring relationships, scholarships, and internships.


In addition, these students will be assigned a mentor to assist with individual growth and development outside the classroom curriculum.  There are a host of other events, such as conferences, scholarship awards/programs, community relations and college tours, Pittsburgh’s Leaders of Tomorrow will incur by enrolling in the


The Marketing Committee is responsible for the organizations internal and external branding and messaging. The scope of the team covers marketing, digital media, graphic design, public relations and social media management.

This committee is responsible for the chapter website and the promotional and marketing needs of the organization.

Responsible for campaigns that attract and retain new members to the DFW Chapter. Manages member outreach, acquisition, activation, retention, volunteer teams, rosters and event registration. Institutes surveys and outreach to ensure the chapter is meeting the needs of our members.

Responsible for planing and executing monthly programing that meet our strategic pillars and appeal to the needs of our members. Oversees event execution, resource requirements, and logistics.

Works cross-functionally to develop topics, define themes, identify speakers, and coordinate venues to ensure a quality experience for all event attendees.

Manages the Chapter relationships with education partners to Increase student engagement. Develops professional development programs with local colleges and universities and corporate partners. Also oversees the scholarship application and selection process.

Develops strategic financial management plan for the Dallas – Ft Worth Chapter of the National Black MBA Association including investment strategy; growth targets and scenario plans.

Oversees corporate partner outreach and relationship management. Serves as liaison with corporate partners to develop programming that meets the need for recruitment, community involvement, mentoring and corporate imaging.

The NBMBAA-Pittsburgh Chapter is a 5013C Non-Profit ran 100% by volunteers. We are successful because of the hard work of committee members. If you are interested in joining any of the committees, click the link to submit your information and someone will contact you with more details.

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