NBMBAA Kentucky Chapter Newsletter

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February 2016

Leaders of Tomorrow and Allstate

We have a chance to receive up to $500 for LOT and we need your help! We’ll receive $12 from Allstate for every person who completes 7 simple tasks. The tasks include: watching a short 30 second video, sharing a link etc! We have 5 days to complete  so please follow the link below to help us raise money!

https://www.pearup.com/lotky/rally

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About the Sponsor

We are the Good Hands: We help customers realize their hopes and dreams by providing the best products and services to protect them from life’s uncertainties and prepare them for the future. In 2014, The Allstate Foundation, Allstate, its employees and agency owners gave $34 million to support local communities and Allstate employees and agency owners donated 200,000 hours of service across the country.

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Leap Day Happy Hour

The National Black MBA Association, Kentucky chapter will host happy hour on February 29, 2016 @ 6pm. We look forward to seeing you at Molly Malone’s St. Matthews, 3900 Shelbyville Rd.

The first 10 to arrive will receive a free drink ticket!!!

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Executive Virtual Career Fair

The NBMBAA Career Success Network Executive Virtual Fair will connect you directly with employers with open career opportunities from the comfort of your home, office, smartphone or tablet.

As an attendee, you have the ability to explore employer information and opportunities. Choose which employers you want to interact with and then engage in one-on-one text-based conversations directly with a recruiter at those organizations. You can share your background, experience, resume and ask questions. Maximize your time in the event by getting in line to chat with representatives from more than one company at a time.

This Online Career Fair connects you in real time with employers seeking to recruit top talent.

Who should attend:

  • Professionals seeking new career opportunities or exploring executive career options
  • Professionals seeking to learn more about the various nationwide opportunities

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General Body Meeting

Mark your calendars for the upcoming general body meeting
When:   March 28, 2016 @ 6PM
Where: Metro United Way
                334 E Broadway
                Louisville, KY 40204
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Best of Leadership Summit 2016

If you’re looking for career advancement, make developing your leadership skills an absolute priority.  And for one day only, you have the chance to learn from two globally-recognized leaders, as well as put yourself on a path to make this year your best yet….. are you in?

Get your ticket today for the Leadership Louisville Center’s Best of Leadership Summit on March 3rd – NBMBAA members can take advantage of the discounted member rate and save $50!  The Summit will feature 20+ speakers and workshops, including keynote sessions focused on innovation and diversity, all designed to build new skills, business contacts and new ways to lead with influence.  You’ll learn alongside Louisville leaders, as the 500+ attendees represent the top leadership from Louisville and surrounding region, ranging from high-potential emerging leaders to C-suite executives, with over 60 percent working at a director level or above.  Registration is now open at www.leadershiplouisville.org

If this is the first time you’re hearing about it, don’t wait to get on the Center’s email list – link to sign up for email.

About the keynote speakers: 

The day will open with a timely lecture by Isabel Wilkerson, who will address the persistence of racial injustice as a national challenge and what history can teach us as we work to resolve it.  Wilkerson is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author of The Warmth of Other Suns, the New York Times bestseller that tells one of the greatest untold stories of American history, the decades-long migration of black citizens who fled the South for northern and western cities in search of a better life.  A gifted storyteller, Wilkerson captivates audiences and examines what we can glean from the Great Migration to better inform present-day racial issues.

Luke Williams is a globally recognized authority on innovation leadership, author of Disrupt and is passionate about all leaders having the confidence to conceive and execute creative solutions. is Executive Director of the Berkley Entrepreneurship Center and Professor of Innovation at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Recently put on GQ Australia’s Man of the Year list, he’s described as a TED-talker, NYU professor, occasional Apple designer and ‘disruptive thinker’ transforming staid industry practices to achieve success.

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