In today's rapidly changing world, you can't stay still. You must constantly reinvent yourself to protect your brand. We've reinvented the Black Affinity Conference to leverage your identity, network, and resources for your personal and professional growth. With dynamic panels, discussions, and programming, students, alumni, and friends will leave feeling confident that YOU are your next great idea.
Some conference highlights include:
Friday, April 5
Black Hair and Identity
Sharifa Barnett - Author, The 5 Hair Archetypes
Gennifer Miller M'08 - Founder, Healthy Textures LLC
Tina Opie- Assistant Professor, Babson College
Saturday, April 6
Juliette Mayers - Executive Director, Multicultural Marketing, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Author, A Black Woman's Guide to Networking: Advance Your Career, Grow Your Business!
Black Affinity Achievement Award Winner
Leticia Stallworth '99, M'13
Financial Advisor, Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.
Reinvention: Staying Relevant and Keeping Marketable Skills
The Art of the Pivot featuring Heidi Neck
The Swag Factor: Interview Etiquette
Essential Ways to Revitalize Your Résumé for the Job You Want
Candace Armand '10, Corporate Etiquette and International Protocol Consultant
Kerryann Benjamin '02, Goldman Sachs
Donna Bonaparte, Babson College
Emmanuel Egolum '06, Arnold & Porter, LLP; Façon Magazine
Sadie Burton-Goss, Babson College
Reginald Johnson '02, M'10, Moody's Corporation
Otwan Lowery '05, OJLowery, LLC
Cathy Merlo, Babson College
Mikki Wosencroft '99, L'Oreal USA Inc.
Papa Razzi in Wellesley with special guest Toni Blackwell