2009 NBMBAA-DC Partnership Overview


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2009 NBMBAA-DC Partnership Overview

  1. 1. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. 2009 Partnership Overview
  2. 2. Overview National Chapters** East Mideast Midwest • Boston • Cincinnati • Chicago • Hartford • Cleveland • Indianapolis • New Jersey • Columbus • Kansas City • New York • Dayton • Milwaukee • Philadelphia • Detroit • Pittsburgh • Richmond • Louisville • St. Louis • Washington, D.C. • Western New York • Twin Cities • Westchester/Greater Connecticut South West • Atlanta • Nashville • Austin • San Diego* • Birmingham • New Orleans • Dallas/Fort Worth • San Francisco • Central Florida • Piedmont Triad • Denver • Seattle/Portland • Charlotte • Raleigh/Durham • Houston • Little Rock* • South Florida • Los Angeles • Memphis • Tampa* • Phoenix *Interest Group **There is also an international Chapter in Toronto, Ontario 2
  3. 3. Mission/Vision Mission The National Black MBA Association leads in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for Blacks. Vision The National Black MBA Association will be the premier business organization serving Black professionals. 3
  4. 4. Chapter Membership 516 Members as of April 2009 (2nd largest NBMBAA Chapter) • Membership by Industry Finance / Accounting 16% Healthcare 6% Management Consulting 15% Aerospace/Defense 5% Education & Training 8% Non-Profit 5% Technology 6% Telecommunications 5% • Membership by Geography Maryland 51% Washington, D.C. 20% Virginia 23% Other 6% • Top Employers of Membership IBM Choice Hotels Booz Allen Hamilton Fannie Mae PricewaterhouseCoopers Marriott Verizon 4
  5. 5. Chapter Accomplishments • Provided scholarships for graduate, undergraduate and high school students • Supplied area graduate schools and their students with free consultation regarding employment and networking • Served as a resource linking hundreds of area businesses seeking high quality employees with professionals looking for an optimal employment fit through career fairs, networking events, Internet activity and personal referrals • Provided consulting services for area small businesses through the Community Consulting Clinic (CCC) • Provided unique professional development opportunities for area businessmen and women • Created the National Leaders of Tomorrow Business Case Competition 5
  6. 6. 5 Channels of Access Education Leadership • Leaders of Tomorrow • General Body Meetings • Student Outreach • The CEO Series • Wealth Building Series Career Entrepreneurship • Local Career Fair • Community Consulting Clinic • Online Career Network • Entrepreneur’s Showcase Lifestyle • Membership Mixers • Strokes FORE Scholarships • Annual Giving Campaign 6
  7. 7. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. EDUCATION
  8. 8. Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) is a year-round educational and mentorship initiative designed to increase academic achievement, professional development, college preparation, community service and cultural awareness by guiding African-American high school students through a structured program of training and leadership activities. Key Events Key Activities College Tours Community Service Case Competitions SAT/ACT Preparation Oratorical Competitions Cultural Development Scholarship Banquet Professional Development/Training 8
  9. 9. Student Outreach MBA Connects Will commence in 2009 to connect seasoned professionals with area MBA students. The goal is to develop a mentoring program where MBA students will obtain valuable career advice from professionals looking to lend their business expertise. Scholarship Program Student Outreach will continue to evaluate and award scholarships. In 2009, Student Outreach’s goal is to provide at least 8 scholarships for LOT, undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarship & Awards Banquet Provides an opportunity to recognize our scholarship recipients, LOT students, corporate partners, and members that have demonstrated unyielding support to the chapter throughout the year. 9
  10. 10. Wealth Building Series (WBS) The Wealth Building Series (WBS) is a comprehensive set of workshops designed to strengthen the economic and intellectual wealth of the Chapter’s community. WBS workshops have impacted over 500 participants since the program’s 2002 inception. Past WBS Topics “Entrepreneurship and Franchising” “Achieving Financial Success Despite the Recent Financial Bailout” 10
  11. 11. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  12. 12. Community Consulting Clinic Community Consulting Clinic (CCC) provides consulting services to current or aspiring entrepreneurs whose level of financial resources makes it difficult to solicit professional business advice. CCC supports 2-4 member consulting teams that assist entrepreneurs. Over a 3 month period, CCC consulting teams meet with an assigned entrepreneur and assist in implementing business ideas. Services offered by CCC teams may include but are not limited to:  Market surveys  Budgeting/accounting advice  Advertising strategy  IT evaluation 12
  13. 13. Entrepreneur’s Showcase • Provides local entrepreneurs: – A platform to promote products and services – Opportunity to build relationships with other vendors • As a partner, you will receive: – Access to future business partners – Recognition as sponsor on event correspondence – Table at event to disseminate company information – Opportunity to make opening and closing remarks 13
  14. 14. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. LEADERSHIP
  15. 15. General Body Meetings (GBMs) GBMs provide professional development opportunities for our membership. They also provide the ideal opportunity to meet face to face with talented MBA professionals in a relaxed environment. As a partner, you will have the opportunity to: • Set up a table to disseminate information • Provide speaker(s) for program or make remarks • Inform membership about employment opportunities 15
  16. 16. The CEO Series • Provides C Level executives the opportunity to share their experiences, knowledge, and advice with other professionals. • Includes, but is not limited to, CEO, CFO, COO, Agency/Department Directors, and other Senior level executives. 16
  17. 17. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. LIFESTYLE
  18. 18. Membership Mixers • Serve as membership drives to increase member participation and build organizational awareness • Allow members to network and make business contacts in a relaxed environment • Proceeds support the Chapter’s scholarship and education programs • 2009 Planned Events – Bacardi Gras (March) – Annual Picnic (August) – Holiday Affair (December) 18
  19. 19. Strokes FORE Scholarships Strokes FORE Scholarships is our annual golf event that supports the scholarship program for our Leaders of Tomorrow, undergraduate and graduate students. Some of the partnership opportunities available for this event include: – Title Partnership – Green – Tee – Lunch and Beverage Cart 19
  20. 20. Annual Giving Campaign Overview The Annual Giving Campaign was created to increase funds in support of professional development programs for the general membership and for the Leaders of Tomorrow high school mentorship program. The Campaign provides Chapter members and supporters a venue to make tax deductible contribution to the organization. Matching Contributions As a partner of the Annual Giving Campaign, your organization would provide a matching contribution to the campaign for each dollar that our membership contributes to this year’s campaign, up to a predetermined maximum amount. 20
  21. 21. EMPOWERING VISIONARIES Corporate Partnership with the Washington D.C. Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. CAREER
  22. 22. Local Career Fair The Career Fair provides an opportunity to meet face to face with talented MBA professionals seeking employment. As a partner, you will have the opportunity to set up a booth at the career fair and be featured in all event correspondence and marketing materials. Career Fair Partnership includes 12 months of complimentary job posts and resume database access. Booth registration includes 3 months of complimentary job posts and resume database access. Career Fair Partnership also includes recognition as a featured employer with our Online Career Network. 22
  23. 23. Online Career Network Job Postings A single posting or multiple postings are available for your hiring needs. Jobs can be posted for one (1), three (3), six (6) or twelve (12) months. Job postings will reach a web audience of over 1000 MBA professionals in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Resume Database Access Search the resumes of local MBA professionals actively seeking employment. The resume database ensures your hiring decisions will be made from a diverse pool of talent. Database access is available for one (1), three (3), six (6) or twelve (12) month intervals. 23
  24. 24. Become a Partner & Contact us TODAY! Oscar W. Mardis, President 202-203-9683 pres@dcbmbaa.org Keisha Kelly, Vice President of Development 202-246-5632 vpdev@dcbmbaa.org John James II, Corporate Development & Grants Co-Chair 703-918-3279 corpdev@dcbmbaa.org Lamart White, Corporate Development & Grants Co-Chair 240-765-5883 corpdev@dcbmbaa.org 24