Black Affinity Conference
February 23–25, 2018
Babson College, Wellesley Campus
This theme-driven conference was designed by a committee of alumni, current students, faculty, and administrators to present a program of professional development and networking.
The event includes the presentation of the
Black Affinity Achievement Award, established in 2004 to recognize an alumnus/alumna or community member who distinguishes themselves in their given field and supports the Babson community to strengthen its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2017 Black Affinity Conference to explore its theme “Entrepreneuring While Black.” To learn more about the 2017 conference please refer to the blog reflecting on this experience.
Babson Black Affinity Conference 2017 on Flickr
We were thrilled to welcome back alumnus
Aaron Walton ’83 to campus as our keynote speaker.
For more information about the 2018 conference, please visit the
Black Affinity Conference website.
For more information about student programming, the Black Affinity Network, or multicultural programming please contact:
Sadie Burton-Goss, PhD.
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Alana Anderson, PhD.
Senior Assistant Director of Multicultural Programs
Director, The Fund for Babson
Associate Director, Alumni Family and Friends
Assistant Director of Student Activities and Leadership