The Student Outreach Committee develops and maintains relationships with local colleges and universities, establishes criteria for evaluating and selecting student applicants for scholarships and supports other student related programs. The Adopt-a-School and Scholarships programs are extensions of this committee's charter.
The Public Relations committee is focused on publishing and disseminating information of interest to members and the community. Members are responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with local publications, radio and television stations to further advance and promote Association events. The Website (Michael Johnson) and Newsletter (Vacant) programs are extensions of this committee's charter.
The Professional Development committee organizes and implements seminars, lectures, and other forums which provide professional and intellectual enlightenment to the membership of the Association. The Career Network (Goitom Telehun) program is an extension of this committee's charter
The Membership committee volunteers are charged with maintaining the local membership roster and database, generating mailing labels and membership lists, sending new member packages, developing and implementing strategies to maintain and increase membership.
The Grants committee is responsible for identifying and seeking funding, both in-kind and financial, from grant funders locally and nationally. Members prepare grant request documentation and submit according to funder's guidelines and timetable.
The members of the Government Affairs committee have the responsibility for analytical examination of political issues of interest to the Association.
The Corporate Development committee develops and maintains relationships with local corporations and governmental agencies works with those corporations and agencies for all fundraising activities on a local and national level, maintains our corporate contact database and mailing list and coordinates the corporate reception.
The Business and Economic Development committee is chartered with providing management assistance to new and existing minority businesses, identifying feasible entrepreneurial opportunities, identifying financial resources, and maintaining relationships with local colleges, universities and government agencies which encourage and facilitate small business development.
The 2013 NBMBAA-Washington, D.C. Chapter Scholarship Program is underway and will award three scholarships; one $1,000 undergraduate, one $1,500 undergraduate, and one $2,500 graduate scholarship.
The University of Pittsburgh MBA program (also known as the Katz Graduate School of Business) has formed a partnership with the National Black MBA Association - Washington DC Chapter for the purpose of increasing the applicant pool of talented diverse applicants to the Katz graduate business program.
The Student Outreach Committee and our President John James II and our Student Outreach Chairperson TaTianna Nealy visited Morgan State University to talk about the National Black MBA Association and the benefits of membership