4th annual naamba leadership conference & exposition, september 13-15

This September 13-15, join the National Association of Asian MBAs in Santa Clara, California for the 4th Annual NAAMBA Conference and Exposition.

This year's conference theme is "Tomorrow's Leaders Today." Working professionals and aspiring MBAs alike are invited to participate. Here's some more info:
4th Annual NAAMBA Leadership Conference & Exposition

What: 4th Annual NAAMBA Leadership Conference and Exhibition - Santa Clara, CA
When: Thursday, September 13 at 3:00pm until Saturday, September 15 at 6:00pm
Where: Hyatt Regency & Santa Clara Convention Center, 5101 & 5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Theme: Tomorrow's Leaders Today
Website: www.asianmba.org

Who Should Attend: HR Executives/Recruiter/Diversity & Inclusion
Leaders/Asian ERG Leaders & Members/MBA Students & Alumni/M.S. or Advanced
Degree Holders/Prospective MBA Students/Working
Professionals/Community/Entrepreneurs (not only MBAs and those seeking MBAs)

Participating Industries Include: Banking / Finance / Government / Legal /
Technology / Engineering / Healthcare / Biotechnology / Pharmaceuticals /
Insurance / IT / Hospitality / Consumer Goods / Energy / Telecommunications
& more...

Here's a link to the program booklet from last year so you can get a better
idea about the scope of the conference which will likely attract about
3,000 people this time: http://www.asianmba.org/2011-program-book

And here are helpful links to the things we are seeking:

NAAMBA Conference Call for Speakers

Early bird registration ends 7/31

NAAMBA Women's Initiative Excellence Award (Deadline: 7/31)

NAAMBA Top 40 Global Emerging Leaders Under 40 Award (Deadline: 7/31)

NAAMBA Best Asian Employee Resource Group (ERG) (deadline is 8/15):

*All nominees must be Asians but need not have MBAs and self-nominations
are ok.*

*Please keep in mind that the conference is for all API Americans - not
just MBAs! *
Early bird registration ends July 31. Wanna know more about the National Association of Asian MBAs? Visit the NAAMBA website here.

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