AHBBS Conference / Diversity in Business Forum
Registration is now closed (this event already took place).
About NYU Stern Diversity in Business Forum:
The theme this year, “Breaking Barriers with Community and Leadership,” embodies our foremost goals of the forum which are to expose students to various industries and bridge our collaborative efforts with organizations who recognize the importance of diversity in business. The conference will include leaders from banking, technology, entertainment, marketing, and more, to highlight the importance of diversity in business and connect communities in both the Stern School of Business and NYU. The event will also allow students to hear advice from professionals, network and engage with companies in intimate settings.
Attendees will include underclassmen and MBA students from NYU Stern, primarily business students of color interested in professional development and exploring professional opportunities across industries. The conference also invites graduate and undergraduate alumni to attend, as well as, select prospective MBA students.
Friday, October 13
9:00am-10:00am Check in and Breakfast
10:00am-10:45am Welcome and Keynote Address by Goldman Sachs
11:00am-11:45am Community Breakout Sessions: Alley, Buzzfeed, The Black TV and Film Collective
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch and Mingling
1:00pm-1:45pm Lunch Panel hosted by Enza Academy
2:00pm-2:45pm Leadership Breakout Sessions: Amazon, Google, MasterCard
3:00pm-4:00pm Coffee Chats and Networking with Professionals and Alumni
Breakfast, lunch and giveaways included! Many thanks to our financial sponsors and our supportive partners who make this diversity in business forum possible.
Financial Sponsors: Amazon, American Express, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, PWC, Deloitte
Event Partners: Goldman Sachs, Enza Academy, BuzzFeed, The Black TV & Film Collective, Alley NYC, Google, MasterCard, JP Morgan, Facebook, Accenture, HBO, Black Girls Graduate, Exeq, EY, Johnson & Johnson
Free | Open to NYU Undergraduate and Graduate Students
UC Commons 1-100
44 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012, United States
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