Tag Archives: M.B.A.
First African American Woman to Receive Harvard MBA Talks Power of Persistence, Resilience, and Courage (Part I)
Lillian Lincoln Lambert recognized the importance of education and broke barriers
“Don’t be discouraged by those who say you can’t do something or should not do…
By Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq.
The 37th annual event for black MBAs was a success
The National Black MBA Association (NMBAA) wrapped up their 37th annual conference in Orlando, FL.
By Aniesia Williams
Here are a few pieces of advice for those who want to make a mark…
More women are earning advanced business degrees
How many women do you know with MBA’s?
By Sheiresa Ngo
Women still make less than men, even when they graduate from the top business schools
A new biennial study from Bloomberg shows that at about a third of the top…
By Makkada B. Selah
Two professionals stood by their hairstyles --- with no regrets
These two professionals decided cutting their hair to conform to Corporate America standards just wasn’t…
By Gerren Keith Gaynor
One of the keys to running a successful business is having a strong and reliable reputation
There’s more to branding than simply having a catchy name and logo, any entrepreneur looking…
By Alan Hughes
What you need to know before applying to business school
With the economic recovery stalled and seismic shifts in major industries keeping the unemployment rate…
By Denise Campbell Laidler
It's critical to stay motivated and flexible
I’m a 27-year-old graduate with a M.B.A. who lives in a small town in the…
By Dale Coachman
M.B.A. remains degree of choice for executives, entrepreneurs
On today’s ever-changing business battlefield, executives and entrepreneurs alike must be fully armed. There’s one…