2011 CPO Presentation

  • 201 views
Uploaded on

2011 NBMBAA-DC Corporate Partner Orientation Presentation

2011 NBMBAA-DC Corporate Partner Orientation Presentation

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
201
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1

Actions

Shares
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. 2011 Orientation October 27, 2011 City Club of Washington Columbia Square 12:00 PM
  • 2. Mission/VisionMissionThe National Black MBA Association leads in the creation of educationalopportunities and economic growth for African Americans by:• Providing innovative programs to stimulate their intellectual and economic growth• Building partnerships with key stakeholders who help facilitate this growth• Increasing awareness and facilitating access to graduate management education programs and career opportunities in management fieldsVisionThe National Black MBA Association will be the premier business organizationserving Black professionals. 2
  • 3. Overview Professional Chapters*East Mideast Midwest• Boston • Cincinnati • Chicago• Greater Harrisburg • Cleveland • Indianapolis• Hartford • Columbus • Kansas City• New Jersey • Dayton • Milwaukee• New York • Detroit • St. Louis• Philadelphia • Louisville • Twin Cities• Pittsburgh • Western New York• Richmond• Washington, D.C.• Westchester/Greater ConnecticutSouth West• Atlanta • New Orleans • Austin • San Diego• Birmingham • Piedmont Triad • Dallas/Fort Worth • San Francisco• Central Florida • Raleigh/Durham • Denver • Seattle• Charlotte • South Florida • Houston • Portland (Interim)• Memphis • Tampa • Los Angeles• Nashville • Phoenix 3 • San Antonio (Interim) *There is also an international Chapter in Toronto, Ontario
  • 4. Chapter Demographics793 Members as of October 24, 2011 Top Industries Membership by Geography Management Consulting Washington, D.C. 18% Technology Maryland 51% Financial Services Virginia 23% Finance Other 8% Marketing Top Employers Top MBA Programs Booz Allen Hamilton Howard University Verizon George Washington University PwC Georgetown University Deloitte University of Maryland Marriott Johns Hopkins 4
  • 5. 2011 Chapter Highlights• Hosted 8 general body membership meetings in partnership with Allstate, Bank of America, Choice Hotels, PwC, SiriusXM and State Farm• Continued partnerships with ALPFA, NABA and NSHMBA• Hosted Pre-Conference Career Expo in partnership with Choice Hotels• Hosted Wealth Building Series in partnership with Bank of America• Awarded first George Washington University / NBMBAA-DC scholarships• Introduced Capital One/Howard University Pilot Scholarship Program• Received Career Channel Award at 2011 NBMBAA Conference• Grown membership by 43% YTD (555 to 793) 5
  • 6. 2011 Corporate Partners 6
  • 7. 2011 Collaborative Partners Washington, D.C. Chapter 7
  • 8. 2011 University Partners 8
  • 9. 5 Channels of AccessEducation Entrepreneurship• Leaders of Tomorrow • Community Consulting Clinic• MBA Connects • Entrepreneur Showcase• Scholarship Program• Scholarship & Awards Gala Lifestyle• Wealth Building Series • Strokes FORE Scholarships • Annual Giving Campaign • Membership MixersLeadership Career• General Body Meetings • Pre-Conference Career Expo• The CEO Series • Online Career Network• Workplace Speaker Series• East Region Leadership Retreat 9
  • 10. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. EDUCATION
  • 11. Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT)Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) is a year-round educational andmentorship initiative designed to increase academic achievement,professional development, college preparation, community service andcultural awareness by guiding African-American high school studentsthrough a structured program of training and leadership activitiesKey Events Key ActivitiesCollege Tours Community ServiceNational Case Competition SAT/ACT PreparationOratorical Competition Cultural DevelopmentScholarship & Awards Gala Professional Development/Training 11
  • 12. Student OutreachMBA ConnectsConnects seasoned professionals with area MBA students. The goal is todevelop mentoring relationships where MBA students will obtain valuablecareer advice from professionals looking to lend their business expertiseScholarship ProgramIn 2011, Student Outreach provided 12 scholarships for LOT,undergraduate and graduate students in partnership with GeorgeWashington University and Capital OneScholarship & Awards GalaProvides an opportunity to recognize our scholarship recipients, LOTstudents, corporate partners, and members that have demonstratedunyielding support to the chapter throughout the year. 12
  • 13. Wealth Building Series (WBS)The Wealth Building Series (WBS) is a comprehensive set ofworkshops designed to strengthen the economic and intellectual wealthof the Chapter’s community. WBS workshops have impacted over 500participants since the program’s inception in 20022009 WBS Events“Red Flags in the Retirement Zone – How to Prepare for the Risks”“Investing and Protecting Your Wealth in Today’s Turbulent FinancialClimate”2011 WBS Event“Investing in Today’s Real Estate Market”2012 WBS Prospective Topics“Wealth Building Techniques/Financial Planning” 13“Debt Management/Investing”
  • 14. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. LEADERSHIP
  • 15. General Body Meetings (GBMs)General Body Meetings provide professional development opportunitiesfor our membership. They also provide the ideal opportunity to meetface to face with talented MBA professionals seeking careeropportunities with your company.As a partner, you will have the opportunity to disseminate information,provide speaker(s) and topics for the program, and promote careeropportunities2011 GBM Professional Development Topics – “A Discussion on Leadership” – Choice Hotels – “Conquering Your Career In A Tough Economy” – PwC – ”Rewards and Challenges of Entrepreneurship” – State Farm – “Protecting Your Assets” – State Farm – “Investing in Today’s Real Estate Market” – Bank of America 15
  • 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.2012 CEO Series Prospective TopicsTown Hall Meeting in the C-Suite• Value Proposition of Networking• Acquiring a Mentor/Champion 16
  • 17. Workplace Speaker Series• Brings speakers and subject matter experts onsite to meet and speak with employees at all levels within the organization.• Allows corporate partners to address the needs and challenges of maintaining a diverse workforce through our established relationships and networks of renowned speakers and presenters at a reduced rate. 17
  • 18. East Region Retreat• Leadership development training for Chapters in the NBMBAA East Region.• The 2012 East Region Retreat will be held in Washington, D.C. in November 2012.• Approximately 50 attendees and members of NBMBAA HQ Staff are scheduled to attend.• The 2011 Retreat was held in Atlantic City, NJ. Our partners were State Farm and PNC Bank. 18
  • 19. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • 20. Community Consulting ClinicCommunity Consulting Clinic (CCC) provides consulting services tocurrent or aspiring entrepreneurs whose level of financial resourcesmakes it difficult to solicit professional business advice. CCC supports2-4 member consulting teams that assist entrepreneurs. Over a 3month period, CCC consulting teams meet with an assignedentrepreneur 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 20
  • 21. 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 distribute company information – Opportunity to make opening and closing remarks 21
  • 22. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. LIFESTYLE
  • 23. 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• 2011 Events – March Madness (with Capital One and NABA) – Karaoke Night (May) – Crab Feast and Fish Fry (August) – Holiday Soiree (December) 23
  • 24. Strokes FORE ScholarshipsStrokes FORE Scholarships is our annual golf event that supports thescholarship program for our Leaders of Tomorrow, undergraduate andgraduate students. Some of the partnership opportunities available forthis event include: – Title Partnership – Green – Tee – Lunch and Beverage Cart 24
  • 25. Annual Giving CampaignOverviewThe Annual Giving Campaign was created to increase funds in supportof professional development programs for the general membership andfor the Leaders of Tomorrow high school mentorship program. TheCampaign provides Chapter members and supporters a venue to maketax deductible contribution to the organization.Matching ContributionsAs a partner of the Annual Giving Campaign, your organization wouldprovide a matching contribution to the campaign for each dollar that ourmembership contributes to this year’s campaign, up to a predeterminedmaximum amount. 25
  • 26. EMPOWERING VISIONARIESCorporate Partnership with theWashington D.C. Chapter of theNational Black MBA Association, Inc. CAREER
  • 27. Career ExpoThe Career Expo provides an opportunity to meet face to face withtalented MBA professionals seeking employment. As a partner, you willhave the opportunity to set up a booth at the career fair and be featuredin all event correspondence and marketing materials.2011 Pre-Conference Career ExpoTitle Partner – Choice HotelsExhibit Room Partner – AllstatePlenary Room Partner – U.S. SECWorkshops –“Advance Your Career with Professional Certifications” –“How to Use a Vision Board to Create Personal and Career Success” –“Putting Your Best Foot Forward with The SEC” –“Uncover the Hidden Networking: Strategies for Maximizing Your NBMBAA Conference Experience” 27
  • 28. Online Career NetworkJob PostingsSingle or multiple postings are available for your hiring needs. Jobs canbe posted for one (1), three (3), six (6) or twelve (12) months and willreach a web audience of over 2,000 MBA professionals in theWashington, D.C. metro area.Resume Database AccessSearch resumes and profiles of local MBA professionals activelyseeking employment. Database access is available for one (1), three(3), six (6) or twelve (12) month intervals.Featured Employer RecognitionLogo recognition on the site home page as a featured employer anddirect links to all posted jobs. 28
  • 29. Partnership Benefits• Access to approximately 800 members and 2000+ MBA professionals in the Washington DC metro area• Increase brand recognition as an employer and vendor of choice for diverse MBA talent• Leverage Chapter relationships with other professional organizations (NABA, NSHMBA, ALPFA, etc.)• Leverage Chapter relationships with local MBA programs (Howard, George Washington, American, Maryland, Morgan State, etc.)• Access to unlimited job posts and resume database 29
  • 30. Partnership Levels Bronze $5,000 Silver $10,000 Gold $15,000 Platinum $20,000 Diamond $25,000 30* Partnership levels are based on actual dollar amounts and value of in-kind contributions
  • 31. Next Steps• One-on-One meetings• Proposal Submission and Acceptance• Invoice for payment• Partnership Announcement Press Release• Activity Planning and Execution• Post Event Debrief 31
  • 32. ChapterPartnership ContactsJohn L. James II, President(703)244-0770pres@dcbmbaa.orgLaSondra Gray, Vice President of Development(571) 245-2579vpdev@dcbmbaa.orgRon Smith, Corporate Development & Grants Chair(336) 307-9225corpdev@dcbmbaa.org 32