Executive Team

Chapter Executive Board Members for the 2016 Term



Neila Wilson – President

Neila has been a member of the NBMBAA for 13 years and is a Lifetime Member. A 2005 Alumnus of the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, Neila joined the local chapter in 2007 serving the Chapter in a variety of leadership roles. Today, Ms Wilson proudly serves the Chapter as our President and previously as our Vice President of Strategic Programming. She works hard to advance the goals of the organization and provide winning strategies, benefiting partners and members of the Central Florida chapter. Since joining the chapter, Neila established the monthly EES Speakers Series, Minority Small Business Consulting and the Chapter’s Business Book Club. With the implementation of these programs, the chapter has seen greater participation from potential sponsors and additional networking opportunities for members. Orignally serving the chapter in the role of Partnership chair our President is well rounded in all aspects of the chapters success! Feel free to contact Neila directly at neila.wilson@cflblackmba.org

Sheila Williams - VP Strategic Programming
Sheila Williams – VP Strategic Programming

Sheila is a recognized professional leader with over 20 years of financial and hospitality experience. She embraces the core values of integrity, innovation, and empathy by devoting her time to adding value to others. Sheila was previously serving has the MBA Social Committee Chair and LOT Mentor with the ultimate goal to become an effective leader by using her drive and untiring commitment for a greater community. She has since moved up to the elected position of VP of Strategic Programming, with the responsibility of planning and managing the core programs we deliver throughout the year. Sheila has held this role since January of 2015. She holds a MBA and MA in Human Resource Training and Development. She has also served as Vice-President of Delta Mu Delta Honor Society and District 84 Fall Conference Chair with Toastmasters International. She invites leaders in the community to challenge her, converse with her, and grow with her. Her vision and ability is to nurture relationships that lead to long-term empowerment and economic wealth.

 Frandy Dorlus - VP Operations
Frandy Dorlus – VP Operations

Frandy M. Dorlus joined the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) in 2013 and currently serves as the VP of Operations for the Central Florida Chapter in Orlando, Florida. Prior to this role, Mr. Dorlus was the Business Book Club Chair of the NBMBAA Central Florida Chapter, where he facilitated and lead engaging discussions among community members. Before coming to NBMBAA, Mr. Dorlus earned a B.A. degree in Art from the University of Central Florida. After completing his degree, he joined BlueToad, Inc. a digital publishing company that provides digital editions and mobile apps to publishers worldwide. There he serves as the Customer Service Manager maintaining responsibility of front-line operations, staff recruitment, budgetary spending and labor management. At BlueToad, he continues to develop keys areas of expertise including operations management, development & training, business development, and process improvement. Mr. Dorlus is currently earning an M.B.A. from the University of Central Florida’s College of Business Administration with an anticipated completion date of May 2015.

Mary Pompilus - VP Finance
Mary Pompilus – Treasurer

Mary Pompilus received her undergraduate degree in Business Management and MBA from Florida A&M University’s School of Business & Industry. As Treasurer, Mary provides meaningful accounting and financial analysis to the National Black MBA Association – Central Florida Chapter in efforts to maintain efficient operations. Mary is committed to engaging chapter members in financial processes in order enhance financial career development. Mary is an active member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and Development Co-Chair for Darden’s Women’s Network. She is also the owner of First Love Collection, LLC, which provides organic skin care to those who have an affinity for a more natural lifestyle. She has a passion for encouraging people to aspire towards their personal and professional goals and to think smarter, not harder!

Stephanie Hampton Best - Executive Secretary
Stephanie Hampton Best – Executive Secretary

If you are seeking an analytical, resourceful, and enthusiastic professional with a proven track record for being able to respond rapidly and appropriately to changing circumstances, then contact Stephanie Hampton Best! Ms. Best has been a member of the organization since 2006 and supported the local chapter in delivery successful programs for the last 6 years. She holds her MBA from the University of Phoenix and her BA from Winthrop University. Along with being the glue that holds the chapter executive board together, Stephanie is also a mentor for our Leaders of Tomorrow program.

Latrece James - VP Adminstration
Latrece James – VP Adminstration

LaTrece holds an under graduate degree from Nova Southeastern University in Professional Business Management and an MBA from Kaplan University and is currently completing her Doctoral in Education from Nova Southeastern University. As Membership Chair of the CFLNBMBAA, she helps to increase membership by working with other committees to develop events. She also helps to incorporate new members into the organization, by making them feel welcome. She is a member of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women. She is also the Director of Programs & Services for Preserving our History, which is a not for profit organization specializing in curriculum and workshops, historical research, diversity and team building for people of all ages. She has a sincere passion for education and teaching and loves meeting and engaging with new people, which makes her perfect for the role as VP of Administration.


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