"40 Years Of Legacy And Leadership" Black Tie Gala

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"40 Years Of Legacy And Leadership" Black Tie Gala
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"40 Years Of Legacy And Leadership" Black Tie Gala says
Celebrate with the National Black MBA Association Detroit Chapter as they commemorate "40 Years of Legacy and Leadership" as the premier business organization for minority professionals in the Metro-Detroit area.

This Black Tie Gala will be momentous as we honor our Founding Members, William Brooks, Barbara J. Mahone, Frank Seibert, Carl Stoutermire, and John Thomas, former Presidents, award educational scholarships, recognize corporate partners, and celebrate the Detroit Black MBA’s achievements.

Program, Dinner, Dancing, and Cash Bar.

The cost of individual tickets are $150 each.

Corporate Tables: $1500

Attire: Black Tie (come dressed to impress).

The Detroit Chapter was incorporated in 1976 with the vision of establishing and maintaining an effective communication device for the African-American manager. Our mission is to assist in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth within the African-American community.

The Detroit Chapter is currently one of the 10 largest chapters in the National Black MBA Association with approximately 250 members. Our diverse membership demographics include a variety of industries including banking, health care, education, retail, automotive and a host of other career fields. The Detroit Chapter is also proud to be the home of 3 past National Presidents, 1 National VP Operations and nearly 20 past members of the National Board of Directors. The National Black MBA Association’s Board Chairman, Bruce Thompson, is a former President of the Detroit Chapter.

Corporate Sponsors:
Ally Financial Inc.
Delphi Foundation
The Dow Chemical Company
Ford Motor Company
Herman Miller
Lear Corporation
Marathon Petroleum
SET Enterprises, Inc.
VW Group of America
Waddell & Reed

Patron Sponsors:
Barbara J. Mahone
Victoria E. Jones
Valencia Parker
Lamar Jones
Drs. Lamont and Teniesha Jones
Lynnette Cain
Ethan Dunn
Lori Wesby
Judy Neal
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By: National Black MBA Association Detroit (NBMBAA)