About Us

The Central Florida Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. leads in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for black professionals.

Our Mission

  • Enhance the economic growth of the African American community.
  • Enhance the growth and development of our young leaders.
  • Enhance members professional and career development goals through education, executive skill development programs, and employment opportunities.
  • Partner with other local professional organizations to leverage the chapter’s contributions to the African American community.
  • Maintain and grow mutually beneficial corporate relationships which support and fund the mission of the organization.

Our Goals

The Central Florida Chapter seeks to be the

  • Provider of Choice of hard-hitting programs designed to foster economic, professional and career development of the African American community at large through education as well as professional growth of our young leaders through mentorship.
  • Organization of Choice for African-American professionals seeking career development, employment opportunities as well as professional and social networking.
  • Investment of Choice for local corporations, educational and community based organizations.

Chapter Executive Board Members for the 2019-2020 Term

Kimberly Stewart, MBA

Kimberly Stewart, MBA

President

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Feel free to contact Kimberly directly at president@cflblackmba.org
Tanya White, MBA, ESQ.

Tanya White, MBA, ESQ.

VP Administration

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VP Operations

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Camille Dixon, MBA, CAM

Camille Dixon, MBA, CAM

VP Finance

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Maria Bell

Maria Bell

Executive Secretary

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VP of Marketing

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Stephanie Hampton-Best

Stephanie Hampton-Best

Immediate Past President

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Ms. Stephanie Hampton-Best is an experienced professional, with a diverse background that spans over 20 years in industries that includes banking, distribution, non-profit and supplier diversity. A member of the Central Florida Chapter since 2007, Stephanie has supported the local chapter in delivery successful programs for the last 7 years. Stephanie previously served as the Logistics Committee Chair and Executive Secretary, and currently serving as a LOT Mentor. She currently serves as Minority Business Program Specialist, with the Florida’s Turnpike Minority Business Office. Stephanie holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Winthrop University.

Interested in Serving and Leadership?

Contact info@cflblackmba.org or click here

Mailing Address

NBMBAA Central Florida Chapter
P.O. Box 782
Winter Park, FL 32709

MEETING LOCATION

National Entrepreneur Center
3201 E. Colonial Ave; Orlando, FL

E-MAIL / PHONE

General: info@cflblackmba.org
Membership:
membership@cflblackmba.org
321-578-8305

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