Mathew Knowles will be a keynote speaker at this year’s NBMBAA conference on September 26th at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX.
At the National Black MBA Association, the mission is to help promote educational and economic enrichment to students and professionals. The 41st Annual NBMBAA Conference and Exposition hosted in Houston, Texas will focus on the power that each member possesses to control their professional destiny through focused planning and preparation. The conference tracks will be aligned to address leadership competencies needed to accomplish career goals and objectives. In addition, workshops and breakout sessions will provide key insights and learnings aligned with challenges that members are experiencing in corporate America.
Tomorrow is the Susan G. Komen Houston Race for the Cure.
I’ll be at the post-race festivities speaking at the Survivor Celebration to award race winners and salute breast cancer survivors!
Join me Saturday, October 5th at 10 am at Sam Houston Park, 1000 Bagby Street in Houston!
BIME started out in 2013 with its sights set on the music of the future, reaching out to America. Today it is a meeting point for all kinds of professionals from more than 30 different countries, working in all areas of music and other cultural and creative industries. It is a space for connecting continents, doing business, sharing knowledge and discovering the latest innovations in anything and everything directly or indirectly related to music.
BIME PRO consists of a general programme with talks and conferences by professionals from all fields of the creative industries, plus a series of special activities including:
- BIME PRO Fests: festival congress for the sector’s professionals
- BIME PRO Start Up!: a startup convention for young entrepreneurs
- BIME PRO Campus: training programme for students
Jonathan Martin from Fox 26 has gathered some of Houston’s most inspiring men for a candid talk with young male students in the Houston Independent School District. It’s okay to want to be the next LeBron or Kobe but too many boys are limiting their dreams to sports! It’s time to empower and inspire!
Dr. Knowles will be speaking at Worthing High School on Friday, November 8.
Dr. Mathew Knowles will be a special guest at the Butterfly Club Annual Meeting.
The Butterfly Club is a network of Pfizer employees who are living with or have survived breast cancer. During the meeting, Andy Schmeltz, Global President and General Manager of Pfizer Oncology, will moderate a Q&A session with Dr. Knowles and Michael Kovarik, featured on Pfizer’s Breast Cancer: A Story Half Told, that will explore what it is like for a man living with breast cancer and what they hope for the future.