Embracing Diversity in Leadership in Corporate America & Government
Saturday, November 23, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Black MBA Association and Pepperdine University present "Embracing Diversity in Leadership in Corporate America & Government."
This will be a great breakfast event featuring speakers from 5 industries including government. The 5 speaker panel will be followed by power round-table mentoring, and will conclude with a recruitment fair with ~6 corporate partners.
Panel will include speakers from the following industries: Financial Services, Entertainment, Healthcare, Automotive, and Government.
Moderator: Britta M. Wilson, HR Executive Consultant
Maurice Couser - West Region Vice President Underwriting, Public Sector & Labor Markets - UnitedHealthcare
Chris Foster - Head of Incident Command System/Logistics - Department of Public Health
Charles Franklin - Manager, Corporate Services - American Honda Motor Company
Halvern Logan - Recruiter - Prudential Insurance of America
Christine J. Roberts - Associate - Alston & Bird, LLP
Matt Wagner - Director, Executive Search - NBCUniversal
$5 with validation (Bring ticket with you to receive validation)
6100 Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Driving Directions from the North:
Go south on the San Diego Freeway (405) and exit at Howard Hughes Parkway. Turn left onto Howard Hughes Parkway; turn left onto Center Drive, then turn left onto Promenade Plaza. Pull-out an Entry Ticket and bring ticket with you. Entrance to the 6100 building is through the courtyard located on the street level. Once in the lobby, locate group signage.
Driving Directions from the South:
Go north on the San Diego Freeway (405) and exit at Howard Hughes Parkway. Turn onto Howard Hughes Parkway; turn right onto Center Drive, then turn left onto Promenade Plaza. Pull-out an Entry Ticket and bring ticket with you. Entrance to the 6100 building is through the courtyard located on the street level. Once in the lobby, locate group signage.
***Please note: All student registrants will need to show student ID's at the door.
For additional questions, please email Cindy Chineduh-Edoka at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
National Black MBA Association Los Angeles Chapter
VISION ~ MISSION
Established in 1970, the National Black MBA Association is dedicated to the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for Black business professionals and the African-America community.
The National Black MBA Association achieves its mission three principal ways:
- Providing innovative programs to stimulate intellectual and economic growth.
- Building partnerships with key stakeholders who help facilitate this growth.
- Increasing awareness of and access to graduate management education programs and career opportunities in management fields.