June 2016 – NBMBAA Kentucky Chapter Newsletter

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Poverty Simulation

Hosted by Humana

  The Poverty Simulation is an experience designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family trying to survive from week to week. The objective of the experience is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by low-income people and motivate them to become involved in the activities which help reduce poverty within our communities.  It is a simulation, not a game.
 
Humana is excited to offer a Poverty Simulation Experience on June 28. This opportunity is free and open to the public. To register, please submit an email to kynbmbaa@gmail.com with your name and a contact number.   The sessions will be presented by Kathleen Cooter, Ph.D from Bellarmine University.
Date:     
June 28, 2016
Time:     
12-4 pm ET
Where:
Magazine Street SDA Church
1942 Magazine Street Louisville, KY 40203

Dinner & Wine at Over the 9

Have you been looking for Louisville’s next hidden restaurant? Then you should try Over the 9. http://gooverthe9.com/

Come have dinner and drinks anytime after work on July 14th at Over the 9. Ten percent of your purchases that night will be donated to the Kentucky Leaders of Tomorrow program and scholarship fund.

Date:     
July 14th
Time:     
4PM-10PM
Where:
Over the 9
120 S. 10th Street
Louisville, KY 40202

The flyer posted below will be used during the event to express your support of our organization. They will be distributed upon your arrival.

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Minority Pitch Event

The National Black MBA Association is hosting its inaugural Louisville Minority Pitch Competition on Saturday, October 1st at the University of Louisville College of Business. This event is open to persons of all backgrounds, but is unique in that it is designed for/by entrepreneurs of color. The day will begin with classes and panels for interested entrepreneurs, and end with a pitch competition for prize money. The overall goal of this event is to bridge the gap in access to entrepreneurial support for people of color.
Registration for this event will be coming. Be sure to check your email for details.

 

Event Cancellations:

Q4 General Body Meeting
2016 Picnic
However, the Q3 General Body Meeting is still planned for Sep. 26th at Leadership Louisville.
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