Black MBA Association

Black MBA Association Debuts Monthly Economic Review for Africa

The Smith School's Black MBA Association debuted a new resource - theAfrica Economic Review - in May 2007. Okon Enyenihi, MBA candidate 2008 and the editor of AER, grew up in Africa, spent time in Europe and has lived in the U.S. for about four years. "In that span of time I have observed how often Africa is left out in various related discussions," says Enyenihi.

Black and Hispanic MBA Associations Host the 10th Annual William D. Bradford Awards Banquet

Approximately 100 students, faculty, administrators, alumni, and honored guests attended the 10th Annual William D. Bradford Awards Banquet. The Black MBA Association (BMBAA) and Hispanic MBA Association (HMBAA) hosted the banquet, held on April 11, 2003, at the Greenbelt Marriott (Greenbelt, Md).

Smith Hosts 21st Annual Bradford Awards Banquet

On Friday, April 25, 2014, Smith’s Black MBA Association and Latin American MBA Student Association (LAMBASA) co-hosted the 21st Annual William D. Bradford Awards Banquet in the Samuel Riggs Alumni Center. The dinner and reception has now become an annual tradition at Smith, providing an opportunity to bring together students, faculty, staff, alumni, and corporate partners for celebration of diversity in the Smith community. 

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