Where will tomorrow take you? There could be countless responses to what one may provide, but the essence of being able to have so many choices is paramount to the past. Many us of are able to enjoy the successes of today due to the obstacles overcame yesterday. Our history is the foundation and pathway for today’s success for many of us. That is why we cordially invite you to come out and participate in a social mixer hosted by the Memphis NBMBAA Chapter as we rediscover our history and celebrate the reopening of a local treasure to American history at the newly renovated National Civil Rights Museum.
We invite you to come out and celebrate and learn more at this great event. This event will include opportunity to network with some of your peers whom may be today’s history makers, tour the new museum, and a networking reception.
Ticket price: $20(includes private group tour and networking reception)
Purchase tickets via link below
Date: JUNE 27, 2014
Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
@ National Civil Rights Museum
450 Mulberry Street , Memphis, TN 38103
Date and Location:
Thursday, April 10, 2014
@ the FedEx Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis
Ticket Prices – Member – $50 and Non-member – $100
SOCIAL SESSION _ ROUND-TABLE EVENT
MARCH 20 , 2014
“CORPORATE CHESS: From B-school to the Boardroom”
We invite you to attend an event of networking and conversation that matters. This is a great platform to openly discourse the obstacles and triumphs in progressing in your career path while gaining insight from your peers.
Members and Guests Welcome.
Location: MARRIOTT MEMPHIS EAST, 5795 Poplar Avenue
Meeting begins at 6pm concludes 7:25 pm
The Memphis chapter of the National Black MBA Association is honored and excited to embark upon its 20 year anniversary. Thanks to a few select individuals, the chapter was officially inducted in 1993. It is with great pride that we seek to continue the excellence that has been bestowed by our founding members as well the National Chapter which is celebrating over 40 years.
We look forward to continuing the tradition of the National Black MBA Association for another 20 years and we hope that you participate in being a part of that history!