Welcome to the website of the Cincinnati, Ohio Chapter of the National Black MBA Association. Our mission is to promote intellectual and economic wealth generation in our communities.
Established in 1970, the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) is dedicated to creating partnerships that result in creating intellectual and economic wealth in the black community.
In partnership with over 400 of the country’s top business organizations, the association has inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sector. Yet all of NBMBAA’s partners have one thing in common – they are all committed to the organization’s goals and values.
The National Black MBA Association has more than 8,000 members and represents more than 95,000 MBA graduates and operates around five (5) cornerstones:
Education ▪ Career ▪ Leadership ▪ Entrepreneurship ▪ Lifestyle
The organization gains its strength from a strong belief in community and a commitment to its development through economic and educational development initiatives that support the global African American community.
The National Black MBA Association, Incorporated - Cincinnati Chapter was founded in 1989 with a vision of establishing and maintaining an effective communication device for the African-American manager. Our mission is to assist in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth within the African-American community.
The Cincinnati Chapter of the National Black MBA Association is the premier organization serving Black business professionals.
To lead in the creation of growth opportunities for our members in business, career development, and education.
- To assist in the development of exceptional AA professional and business leaders;
- To enhance the business acumen and professional skills of our members;
- To build partnerships with key stakeholders/corporations who help and facilitate this growth
To achieve financial self-sufficiency to deliver high quality, high-value programming and services for Black business professionals, and our key stakeholders (corporations, youth participants in LOT, etc.)