Happy Hour

NBMBAA Kentucky Chapter – Mar 2018 Newsletter

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Compliments of Edward Jones there are 30 free tickets available!!!


Membership Madness Happy Hour
@ The Hub Louisville

2235 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY
March 14, 2018, 6:30pm
Get Tickets Here:
Come cheer on your favorite teams with KYNBMBAA during our “Membership Madness” event. The focus of this event is to bring awareness of our mission to potential new members and fellow organizations about how we can collectively impact the generations to follow and lead by example through our service.
We invite you to show up and get in the game.
Proceeds go to the Kentucky Leaders of Tomorrow® scholarship & program fund.

Own Your Career with Courageous Conversations

@KFC Corporate on April 9th (6pm)

Join the National Black MBA Association – Kentucky Chapter as we partner with KFC’s corporate training professionals to improve in the area of courageous conversations.
This course serves the following primary purposes:
  • Build capability to engage in conversations that are otherwise unproductive or avoided.
  • Empower employees to initiate and effectively participate in discussions by owning their voice, preserving relationships, and driving results.
  • Enable conversations where employees overcome anxiety, fear, hesitancy, lack of confidence, or uncertainty despite a perceived risk.
Course Objectives:
  • Gain awareness into barriers that exist and explore ways to overcome those barriers.
  • Explore benefits and risks of initiating difficult discussions.
  • Demonstrate ways to initiate difficult discussions and use the conversation model to participant in productive conversation.
  • Apply concepts to a real-life scenario.


Kentucky Leader of Tomorrow ®

3rd Annual Local Case Comp etition

@Chestnut Street Family YMCA
930 W Chestnut Street
Louisville, KY 40203
May 15, 2018, 5:30pm
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The National Black MBA Association-Kentucky Chapter, will host its third annual Local Business Case Competition. The students will compete among each other in teams on a Harvard level business case that they analyzed with the guidance of volunteers. The winners of the competition will have the opportunity to compete at the Leaders of Tomorrow® National Business Case Competition in Atlanta this June.

The mission of the Kentucky Chapter’s Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT) program is to empower high-school students, in Louisville, Kentucky, with the tools necessary to become future leaders. It gives teens an opportunity to learn about the business world and guide  them as they explore, plan, and prepare for a successful career.

Dinner will be served.