The National Black MBA Association is dedicated to the creation of intellectual and economic wealth in the black community.
The South Florida Chapter was founded in 1987 by 5 MBA employees of Ryder System and Burger King Corporation and chartered on December 18, 1987 by 18 members. One of the Charter members continues to serve on the Executive Board today. The chapter has had only 6 Presidents in its entire history, a number of who remain involved in the chapter.
Our mission is to enhance the professional growth, competence and effectiveness of South Florida business leaders.
The South Florida Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. leads in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for blacks.
- Enhance the economic growth of the African American community.
- Enhance the growth and development of our young leaders.
- Enhance members professional and career development goals through education, executive skill development programs, and employment opportunities.
- Partner with other local professional organizations to leverage the chapter’s contributions to the African American community.
- Maintain and grow mutually beneficial corporate relationships which support and fund the mission of the organization.