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​Black Affinity Achievement Award

Established in 2004, the Black Affinity Achievement Award is presdented to an outstanding community member or an alumnus/alumna who has shown distinguished achievement in their given field, as well as support to the College community around issues of diversity. 

2015 Black Affinity Achievement Award​ Winner

Dexter Williams

Dexter Williams M’98 has been an active member and advocate for the Black Affinity Conference since its inception in 1999. Additionally, ​Dexter has served on the Babson Alumni Association Board of Directors for the past four years. Dexter’s passion and enthusiasm for Babson and the Babson Black community has truly shown through is work and dedication to both the Alumni Board of Directors and the Black Affinity Conference. Dexter currently works as a Supervisory Manager for the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. ​

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The Black Affinity Conference is dedicated to strengthening Leadership and Legacy between alumni and students while celebrating diversity and achievement of individuals from the community. The 2015 Black Affinity Conference will be held on Friday February 27th - Saturday February 28th. 

Please email Matt Cotty​ with any questions.​​​​​


 Past Recipients

  • Amanda Strong '87
  • Leticia Stallworth ’99, M’13
  • Herbert P. Wilkins, Jr. M’97
  • Stephanie L. Battle-Horský M’91
  • Eric G. Johnson ’72, P’08
  • Joseph G. Parham Jr. ’72, M’75
  • Forrest Snowden M’94
  • Harry Sterling Jr. M’78
  • Aaron M. Walton ’83
  • Mikki Wosencroft ’99