On Friday August 26th, 2011 starting at 7:30am the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) and The National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) will host their 9th Annual TEXAS LEAD Conference at the at the UT Commons Conference Center at 10100 Burnet Rd, Austin, TX.
“Take Charge. Be Relevant” a Leadership, Education and Diversity Professional Development Conference with approximately 300 attendees. The Career Expo will have approximately 15-25 participating organizations.
The day-long event is designed to help managers, executives, students, and entrepreneurs develop their personal and professional success. The conference is a development program that will give attendees what is needed to launch or enhance their career.
Topics will range from learning key success factors that help diverse professionals launch careers, to thought provoking panel discussions, workshops, keynote speeches, and powerful career impacting sessions.
Amparo Isaza de Navarrete will speak on Changing Career Paths and J.R. Gonzalez on career success by enhancing your conversational, presentation, and public speaking skills. Industrial panels will cover topics ranging from globalization and entrepreneurship. Personal Branding Guru William Arruda will be luncheon keynote on the topics of branding, career advancement, social media and employee motivation.
Post Conference Happy Hour Mixer will continue at The Park in the Domain Bottom level of Aloft Hotel with Mel Greene the Director of Diversity for Seton Family of Hospitals. To register: www.texaslead.com Both NSHMBA and NBMBAA are part of national chapters and locally impact the development and visibility of professionals, MBAs and students in the area by working with students and universities to increase the enrollment in graduate management programs.
By organizing and participating in networking and the community, professionals are provided with opportunities to share knowledge, build business skills, and generate employment opportunities.
By Monica Pena