West End Students Compete in Local Business Case Competition

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Press Release

Louisville, KY, April 17, 2017

With Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith as the honorary chairperson, the National Black MBA Association – Kentucky Chapter, will host the 2nd Annual Local Case Competition on May 16th (5:30pm) on the 9th floor of the West Chestnut Street Family YMCA. Kentucky Leaders of Tomorrow® students will break off into two teams and compete against each other on a Harvard level business case that they analyzed with the guidance of volunteers. The winners of the competition will get the chance to compete at the Leaders of Tomorrow® National Business Case Competition in Chicago this June.

The mission of the Kentucky Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) program is to empower high-school students, in Louisville, Kentucky, with the tools necessary to become future leaders. “I am really proud of these students and what they have achieved thus far,” says Eboni Edwards, Chair of the Leaders of Tomorrow® program. “We can’t wait to show off their hard work to the community.”

Dinner will be served.

Visit http://LOTLOCAL2017.EVENTBRITE.COM to RSVP to the event or make a donation. All proceeds will be used to pay for the Kentucky Leaders of Tomorrow® students to attend the Leaders of Tomorrow® National Case Competition.

About National Black MBA Association – Kentucky Chapter

Established in 1970, the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) is dedicated to developing partnerships that result in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth for the black community. The NBMBAA vision is to be the premier business organization serving black professionals. The mission is to provide innovative programs to stimulate intellectual and economic growth for African Americans by building partnerships with key stakeholders who facilitate this growth. The National Black MBA Association – Kentucky Chapter is an independent 501(c)(3) charitable organization that brings the national vision and mission to the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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