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									Unlocking The Potential

New Jersey Chapter
National Black MBA Association, Inc.
National Black MBA Association
       Not-for-Profit – incorporated in 1972
       Mission Statement:
        Lead in the creation of economic and intellectual
        wealth for the African-American community.
       National Organization with Local Presence
      –      National Headquarters Staff
      –      39 Local Chapters
      –      London Affiliate
       National Membership Organization
      –       6,000+ Members and growing!

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NBMBAA Membership by
Industry
Top 5 Categories
1. Finance/Real
     Estate/Insurance
2.   Construction/
     Manufacturing
3.   Communications/
     Media
4.   Marketing/
5.   Advertising
6.   Health/Medicine
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Membership by Region
Eastern Region
1. New Jersey
2. New York
3. Philadelphia
4. Westchester/
    Greater Connecticut
5. Hartford
6. Boston
7. Washington, DC
8. Richmond



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      Membership by Age & Income
                  Age Group                                         Annual Income
                  • 26 – 35 = 52 %                                    16% Earn $100k plus
                  • 31 – 40 = 41 %
40%                                                   40%
                 35%                                                                           34%
35%                                                   35%

30%                     27%                           30%

25%                                                   25%
                                                                                                        19%
                                                      20%                    17%      17%
20%
         12%                    14%                   15%
15%
                                        10%                  5%
10%                                                   10%             6%
                                                2%    5%                                                         2%
5%
                                                      0%
0%
                                                            Up to   25.1 to 35.1 to   50.1 to 75.1 to 100.1 to 200.1 to
        21-25   26-30   31-35   36-40   41-50   50+
                                                             25.0    35.0    50.0      75.0    100.0   200.0    Over




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The Premier Business
Organization Offers
 Corporate connections
 Executive skill development
 Professional development seminars
 Employment opportunities
 Networking opportunities
 Entrepreneurial development
 Community/educational activism
 Scholarship opportunities

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National Programs & Services
 National Conference & Exhibition
 Employment Network
 Target Market Power
 Case Competition
  – National and Regional
  – Graduate & LOT
 Leaders of Tomorrow
 Scholarships
   – Undergraduate/Graduate/PhD

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National Conference & Exposition
 Premier Business Professional Conference
 15,000+ Participants
 Professional Development Session
 Top-notch speakers
   – Senior Level Executives
   – Academicians
   – Professional Organizations
 Career Fair & Employment Network
 Networking Events

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 2007 National
 Conference & Exposition
  Date: September 11-16, 2007
   – Career Fair Dates: September 13-14, 2007
  Location: Orlando, FL
  Registration Deadlines:
   – Corporate
             • Early Bird: May 28, 2007
             • Corporate Hospitality Suite: June 1, 2007 – July 31,
               2007
             • Exhibitor Space: July 30, 2007
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may be subject to
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New Jersey Chapter
 Incorporated in 1983
 1994 Independent 501(c)(3)
 Volunteer Led and Managed
 150+ Financial Members
   – Finance, Marketing, HR
   – 45% $100k Plus
 Outreach
  – 800+ NJ Professionals
  – NABA, NSBE, BDPA, NSHMBA, & Others
  – National Network of 6,000 +
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NJ Chapter Mission
 The New Jersey Chapter of the National
     Black MBA Association, Inc. strives to
     become recognized as the premier
     professional business organization in New
     Jersey that assists in the professional,
     entrepreneurial, economic and intellectual
     development of our members, corporate
     partners, youth and community-at-large.


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NJ Chapter Programs & Services
 Professional Development Sessions
 Diversity Career Fair
 Networking Events
   – Corporate Reception
   – Wine Tasting
   – Special Programs
 Scholarships
   – Undergraduate and Graduate
 Leaders of Tomorrow Program
 New Jersey Corporate Alliance
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Professional Development
2007 Calendar
 2/07 – Celebration Black History
 4/07 - Charitable Giving & Building
  Foundations
 5/07 - Strategies for Exercising Stock
  Options
 6/07 - Your Legal Matters – Wills, Trusts,
  Power of Attorney
 9/07 - Selecting the Right Mutual Fund
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 Diversity Career Fair
  Sixth Annual Event
  Lead Sponsors
  Regional Appeal
   – NJ, NY, PA, CT
  May 2007
   – 4:30pm to 8:30pm
  20+ Companies
  Professional Development
     Session
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                  Wine Tasting
    Personal
     Development
    Branding
     Opportunities

                         Sponsorship
                          Opportunities
                         Great Networking
                          Atmosphere
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Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT)
 Inception 1997
 High School Students
 “Average” Students
 Geographic & Socio-
  economic diversity
 Served 100+ Students
 High Level of Retention
 Attendance at National
  LOT Conference
 Provided $25,000
  Scholarships Y-T-D

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New Jersey Chapter

 Partnership Program
New Jersey Chapter Partnership
                            Defining Partners ►
                            2006 Partner List ►
                  2007 NJ Corporate Alliance ►
                  Corporate Partnership Plans ►
                    A La Carte and Add-on’s ►
                                    The Team►
                                   Next Steps►

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Corporate Partners
 National Corporate Partners
  – Are companies, organizations, and institutions
    that partner with the NBMBAA in support of
    our Annual Conference & Exposition,
    NBMBAA Employment NetworkSM, European
    Conference & Career Fair, programs and
    services, as well as our many local chapter
    initiatives.



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New Jersey Partners & Sponsors
 Conference Partners
  – All Partners that attend the National Conference
 NJ Corporate Alliance
            • Consortium of National Conference partners
 Sponsors
   – Underwriters of specific chapter sponsored programs and
     events.
 Local Partners
   – National
            • Partners that attend the national conference and support the local
              chapter
      – Local (Only)
            • Partners that support local efforts. They do not attend the
              national conference
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2006 NJ Conference Partners
  Bayer HealthCare             Mars, Inc.
      Consumer Care Division    Merck & Co., Inc.
     Bristol-Myers Squibb
                                Novartis Pharmaceuticals
     Wyndham Worldwide
                                Panasonic
     C.R. Bard, Inc.
                                Prudential Financial
     Johnson & Johnson
     Siemens                   Roche
                                Schering-Plough
                                 Corporation
                                Verizon Wireless




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2007 New Jersey
Corporate Alliance Members
 Lucent Technology      C.R. Bard
 Bayer HealthCare       Prudential Financial
  Consumer Care          Roche
  Division               Verizon Wireless
 Cendant




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New Jersey Local Partner Plan
2007 Bronze Level - $1,000
 - Sponsorship includes the company’s
     banner posted at an event , your name as a
     banner on our brand new website, mention
     in newsletter and (3) complementary tickets
     to (1) event for your employees and
     executives to attend.




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New Jersey Local Partner Plan
2007 Silver Level - $3,500
 Annual NJ Chapter Resume CD
 Annual Scholarship Reception
      – Half -Page AD in Program Book
      – Public Recognition/Acknowledgement
    Public Relations Media Release
    One NBMBAA Membership ($125 Value)
    Other Communications
      – Hyperlink and Ad rotation on Chapter Website
      – Newsletter acknowledgement/Posting of (2) Jobs per
        issue
      – Sponsorship of a “Company Named” scholarship ($750)
    50 Employment Posting Per Year on NJ Chapter Website
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New Jersey Local Partner Plan
2007 Gold Level - $7,000
    Annual NJ Chapter Resume CD
    Annual Scholarship Reception
         – Full -Page AD in Program Book
         – Public Recognition/Acknowledgement
       Public Relations Media Release
       Two NBMBAA Memberships for employees ($250 Value)
       Other Communications
         – Hyperlink and Ad rotation on Chapter Website
         – Company Profile in Chapter Newsletter
         – Newsletter acknowledgement/Posting of (2) Jobs per issue
         – Sponsorship of a “Company Named” scholarship ($1,000)
       Sponsorship of one Leader of Tomorrow student to National
        conference ($1500)
       Professional Development Program Co-sponsorship
       Unlimited Employment Posting on NJ Chapter Website
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A La Carte Add-On’s
                           Event Sponsorship ►
                                 Programming ►
                                  Scholarships ►
                            Talent Acquisition►
                                    Newsletter ►
                                      In-Kind ►
                  Customized Partnership Plans ►

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Event Sponsorship
 Career Fair
     • May 2007
 Wine Tasting
     • October 2007
 Awards Banquet
    • November 2007




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New Jersey Programs
 Leaders of Tomorrow
     (28 Week Youth Development Program)
      – Lead Sponsor ($15,000)
            •     Program Branding Opportunity
            •     Two Named Scholarships ($1,000 each)
            •     Invitation for guest speaker at ceremony
            •     Public Acknowledgement/Press Release
      – Other Sponsorship Opportunities
            • Student Attendance at National Conference
              ($1,800/student)
            • Named Scholarship(s)
            • General Underwriting (T-shirts, totes, business
              apparel, supplies, etc.)
            • Closing Ceremony (Space, Food, Awards)
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New Jersey Programs cont’d
 Professional Development Session ($5,000)
   – Keynote Speaking Opportunity
   – Industry/Company Related Forum
   – Product Marketing Opportunity
   – Company Profiling Opportunity
   – Networking




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Local Scholarships
 Named Scholarships
  – Supporting NJ Students
            • Undergraduate
            • Graduate
            • Leaders of Tomorrow
 Contribution to General Scholarship Pool
  – Suggested minimum is $500




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Talent Acquisition
 Website Job Postings
      – Conference Partners
            • Discounted Rate of $750 – 18 postings per 6 consecutive months
            • Discounted Rate of $1,500 – 40 postings per 12 consecutive months
      – Local Partners
            • Per partnership package plan specifications
      – Sponsorship (Minimum of $1,000)
            • Discounted Rate of $750 – 18 postings per 6 consecutive months
            • Discounted Rate of $1,500 – 40 postings per 12 consecutive months
      – Non-Partner
            • $1,000 – 18 postings per 6 consecutive months
            • $2,000 – 40 postings per 12 consecutive months a
            • $100 per posting
  Each posting will be distributed to all Chapter members
        via electronic communication (Email Blasts)
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Advertisements
 Newsletter Advertisement Per Issue
  – Advertising Costs
            •     Business Card - $25
            •     Quarter Page - $75
            •     Half Page - $125
            •     Full Page - $200
 Website Advertisement
  – Business Directory Listing
            • Small Businesses – $100 per quarter or $300 per year
 Distribution Network
  – Email Blast to Local Database
            • Additional Distribution to NABA, NSBE, BDPA, NY
              Chapter, etc.
      – Mail to Local Database
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In-Kind
 Meeting Space & Food
   – Executive Committee Meetings
   – Membership Meetings
   – NJ Corporate Alliance Meetings
 Product Give-Aways
   – Events, Meetings, Etc.
 Human Capital
   – Professional Services
   – Material Production (ie. Newsletter production)

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Customized Partnership Plans
 The New Jersey
     Chapter will work
     with an organization
     to develop a
     customized
     partnership plan that
     meets the needs of
     both organizations and
     creates a win-win
     situation.

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Executive Board
  Kevin McMillan, President        Lead Contact
  Eli Lily
                                   Kevin McMillan, President
  Vanel Beuns, VP Administration
                                   Kbm922@aol.com
  US Treasury
                                   (732) 208-3375
  Tiffany Stokes, VP Operations
           Wyeth                   Michele Mitchell, Corporate Relations
                                   Dmitc87096@aol.com
  Andrea Gibbs, Treasurer
                                   (732) 585-7586
       Bristol-Myers Squibb
  Charlottle Briscoe, Secretary
       Bayer



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Next Steps
                   Talk with your account manager


                    Select your partnership level
                      – Bronze; Silver; Gold
                    Ala Carte Add-On’s

                        Process Invoice



                            Begin to Realize the
                             Benefits of the Partnership
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