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The NBMBAA Dallas – Ft Worth Chapter is the premier organization driving talent acquisition, professional & leadership development for black business professionals locally. Our mission is fulfilled by driving strong, collaborative relationships with corporations, educational institutions, and other community-based organizations to develop programming and open opportunities for our constituents.

We work to foster mutually beneficial relationships that create a pipeline of diverse talent, grant access to a diverse body of leaders at all levels, and assist in achieving critical business objectives like professional development, branding, recruiting, retention, and corporate citizenship goals.

 

Black MBA Partners

We work to foster mutually beneficial relationships that create a pipeline of diverse talent, grant access to a diverse body of leaders at all levels, and assist in achieving critical business objectives like professional development, branding, recruiting, retention, and corporate citizenship goals.

 
Diverse Talent Acquisition

Our partners are provided exclusive access to our diverse talent network of industry-leading business professionals and innovative entrepreneurs.

Corporate Social Responsibility

We can help you advance your corporate diversity and inclusion objectives while support professional minority communities to drive greater overall economic growth.

Brand Exposure

Reach of more than 4,000 local business professionals and attract prospective future employees and a diverse consumer base.

Business Leaders

We are business leaders and run the chapter as a non-profit corporation. When we work with you, we will set goals and measurements for your desired outcome. The local chapter has been run successfully for over 30 years.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The e-mail distribution list is 7,500+, but our financial membership is over 950. We average 75 – 100 attendees at most events.

 

Yes, our Leaders of Tomorrow mentorship program is geared toward high-school students. We also partner with the Year Up program which focuses on minorities ages 18-21. Lastly, our scholarships are offered to high-school students and extend through the PhD level.

 

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
program.

Contact info@blackmba.org for more information or to discuss investment opportunities.

 

12 months from time the investment is received, unless otherwise stipulated.

The chapter accepts checks (invoice payment), all major credit cards and in-kind gifts.

 

We are business leaders and run the chapter as a non-profit corporation. When we work with you, we will set goals and measurements for your desired outcome. The local chapter has been run successfully for over 30 years.

Yes, we support targeted marketing and recruiting requests.

 

Contact info@blacmba.org for more information.

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