SF Bay Area Chapter, National Black MBA Association
Myisha Robertson is an assertive strategic and entrepreneurial leader with the capacity to deliver extraordinary results. Her experience is a blend in the worlds of marketing, finance, business operations, and public policy. She specializes in developing innovative programs, project/program management, business strategy, organization design, and business development.
Myisha is an active member of the National Black MBA® Association and before being elected as the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter President, she served as the Director of Programs for the Chapter. Myisha is very passionate about supporting the community and enjoys creating connections between members and partners to further the goals and mission of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter. Myisha is very passionate about
supporting the community and enjoys creating connections between people and organizations. Her deep passion for change has led her to become heavily involved as a leader in nonprofit organizations such as the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Black MBA Association.
Her educational background includes a Masters of Public Administration from the University of San Francisco, a Masters of Business Administration from American InterContinental University, Atlanta, and a Bachelor of Arts from Clark Atlanta University. In addition to being a rockstar, Myisha is a fitness enthusiast who LOVES teaching Zumba® and group fitness classes.