Committees

Get Involved with the San Francisco Bay Area NBMBAA Chapter!

GET INVOLVED

NBMBAA® members have the opportunity to serve on various local committees for the SF Bay Area Chapter of the National Black MBA through various committees and task forces to help develop local programming within Northern California. Our reach spans from surrounding counties within the San Francisco/East Bay, Sacramento County, and as far down as Fresno County.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

SF Bay Area Chapter members in good standing (currently financially active) are eligible to seek committee positions.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

As a committee member, you have access to best practices and mentorship and a network with local leaders in similar roles. Committee members provide recommendations to the board, help develop programming for the Chapter and perform the necessary work needed to ensure the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter is the premier organization for Black Professionals.

HOW DO I APPLY?

Committee applications come in two forms:

  • Resume submission through a current board member
  • Committee Consideration request submitted via our contact form below

COMMITTEES

MEMBERSHIP

The Membership committee is responsible for campaigns that attract and retain new members to the SF Bay Area Chapter. Manages member outreach, acquisition, activation, retention, volunteer teams, rosters, and event registration. Institute’s surveys and outreach ensure the chapter meets our members’ needs. Coordinates registration at meetings and events, track memberships and distribute information.

Our needs are obtaining members willing to assist at some of the events. Members who are willing to serve and have ideas and suggestions regarding growing the number of members in the SF Bay Area are encouraged to volunteer.

Strategic Partnerships

Oversees corporate partner outreach and relationship management. Serves as liaison with corporate partners to develop programming that meets the need for recruitment, community involvement, mentoring and corporate imaging. Identifies corporate partners and works toward meeting their needs in the area of recruitment, community involvement, mentoring, and corporate imaging. The committee also leads the efforts to provide funding for scholarships, local programs, the annual national conference, and local underwriting opportunities.

Professional Development

Are you passionate about helping others achieve career success? If yes, join the Professional Development committee. We have exciting programming planned around continuing education programs that increase the skill level of our membership and need help designing and executing these programs. Topics consist of those reported on our membership survey and current industry trends.

Programming

The Programming Committee is responsible for developing, planning, and implementing Chapter program events in partnership with Chapter committees, corporate sponsors, and other organizations. Ideal committee members enjoy event planning and collaborating with others. The committee needs additional members to support the program planning and help with event coordination and logistics for various programs throughout the year.

Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT)

LOT helps young people learn how to prepare to take advantage of and create opportunities. Our high school students are exposed to different ways of thinking, various cultures, diverse career fields, numerous colleges, and people who have achieved greatness. In the process, future leaders discover that whatever they want to accomplish in life is within their grasp, as long as they have the discipline, courage, assertiveness, and skills to make it happen. We need mentors and subject-matter experts to help facilitate business case competition preparation and advance our students in a positive direction.

Student Affairs

Manages the Chapter relationships with education partners to increase student engagement. Develops professional development programs with local colleges and universities, and corporate partners. Also oversees the scholarship application and selection process.

Community Relations

The Community Relations Committee looks to be intentional and impactful in the communities the SF Bay Area Chapter serves. Our focus areas for serving are literacy, homelessness, health, and wellness.

Marketing

Are you a good writer, or do you have a knack for graphic design? Do you have relationships with local media outlets? Our team is looking for detail-oriented individuals who can assist with our email blasts, social media strategy & content, public relations, graphic design, market research, and more.

Ready to Join?

For our chapter, the achievements of our members demonstrate our strength. We welcome your participation and support.