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 NBMBAA, Prospanica Join for National Conference

 
 
The National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) and Prospanica, The Association of Hispanic Professionals (formerly the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, or NSHMBA) are strategically partnering to co-present the 39th Annual NBMBAA Conference and Career Exposition in September.
The conference is set for Philadelphia, PA from September 26 to 30, 2017. The theme of this year’s conference - which averages more than 10,000 attendees annually - is POWER of Performance: Leadership at The Next Level.
According to the NBMBAA, nbmbaa.org, and Prospanica, prospanica.org, the expertise of both organizations will enhance the conference with increased access to global corporations interested in recruiting diverse talent for management and executive-level positions, while fusing best practices from two industries to deliver value to corporate and educational partners. 
“The National Black MBA Association has nearly 10,000 members,” says Jesse Tyson, president and CEO, NBMBAA.
“Identifying strategies to expand our reach and connect them to resources that spark career and economic growth is one of our main priorities. We’re confident this collaboration will create new or renewed interest in our conference among current and potential partners, allowing us to increase our offerings and provide additional value.”
Founded in 1988 as the NSHMBA, Prospanica is dedicated to empowering Hispanics to reach their full educational, economic and social potential. 
“We need to make diversity work to our advantage and emphasize the power of our communities,” states Thomas Savino, CEO, Prospanica. “We’re thrilled about this co-venture with NBMBAA’s conference to mainstream the power of our organizations next year.”
 
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