GE African American Forum: Lessons from the C-Suite
Thursday, September 13, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
The GE African American Forum, in collaboration with the
Los Angeles Chapter of the National Black MBA presents:
GET HIRED!!-Recruiting Managers from GE Capital & GE Healthcare will be onsite to share current exceptional career opportunities in marketing, management, sales, engineering and finance. GE Capital and GE Healthcare are seeking innovators, leaders & collaborators to join our team.
• Date: Thursday, September 13th
• Time 6:30pm – 10:00pm
• Location: Long Beach Renaissance Hotel
GE Executive Panel
Senior Executives from GE Capital, GE Healthcare & GE Energy
1. Russell Toney, Senior Executive - Global Sales, GE Energy
2. Tony Kinnel, Senior VP, Global Sourcing, GE Capital - Real Estate
3. Jocelyn Johnson, GM, USCAN Marketing Operations, GE Healthcare
4. Clarissa Beyah-Taylor, GE Global Communications Director, GE Healthcare IT & Performance Solutions
• Moderator – Bill Wells, MBA, Immediate Past Chairman of the Board, NBMBAA, President, W. Wells & Associates, LLC, a management consulting company specializing in diversity and inclusion
The evening will conclude with casual networking among the GE Executives, AAF Members, NBMBAA Members & GE Recruiters
All money collected for this event will be matched in amount by GE and donated to:
The GE Lloyd Trotter Scholarship Fund: Since 1995, The GE AAF Lloyd Trotter Scholarship fund has generated more than $1.4MM, helping the dream of a college education become a reality for deserving and aspiring students. The fund, originally called the AAF Scholarship Program, was renamed for Lloyd Trotter, former Vice Chairman and CEO of Consumer & Industrial, because of his dedication to both GE and the cause of education. Funds will then be designated for the National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA) – LA Chapter Scholarship awards, as a scholarship partner to GE.
SEE YOU THERE!!!!
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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.