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10th Annual Black Alumni Achievement Award Nominations

The Black Alumni Affinity Conference Committee will be accepting nominations for the 10th annual Black Alumni Achievement Award which will be presented at the Black Affinity Conference on March 1. Established in 2004, the Black Alumni Achievement Award recognizes alumni who distinguish themselves in their given field as well as supports the college community around issues of diversity.

All nominations must be submitted by 5 p.m. EST on Wednesday, December 4, 2013.


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Your Information:

Nominee's Information:
Please provide a detailed description of the nominee’s achievements, providing as much information as possible on the following:
  • What makes the nominee distinctive or extraordinary?
  • What are some examples of his/her achievements in their given fields as well as to the College community around issues of difference?
  • What significant contribution, perseverance, optimism and dedication has this person shown concerning issues of diversity?
  • Significant contributions regarding these issues.
Is there a Web site that provides a bio of the nominee or more information about the nominee’s ventures? If so, please include it here.

Save the Date

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. Some conference highlights this year include:

Friday, February 28

MLK Legacy Conversations: The New Colorism
Tina Opie, Assistant Professor, Management

Saturday, March 1

Black Affinity Connections highlighting alumni and current student entrepreneurial leaders

Black Entrepreneurial Leadership and Legacy with a Global Mindset
Betsy Newman, Vice President, Student Affairs & Program Strategy
Amir Reza, Vice Provost, International and Multicultural

Faculty Master Class
Richard Bliss, Associate Professor, Finance

BAC Industry Panels featuring experienced alumni in:

  • Financial Services
  • Consulting
  • Marketing, Media and Entertainment
  • Nonprofit, Education, and Social Entrepreneurship

Networking Reception and Coaching Sessions

Annual BAC Celebration dinner hosted by the Black Student Union and Black MBA @ Babson

Please email Anne Heller with any questions.


 Past Recipients

  • 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