background image


High Tea: Letters to My Younger Self

High Tea: Letters to My Younger Self

Posted: September 18, 2014
High Tea: Letters to My Younger Self

When: October 18th from Noon - 3pm

Where: National Consitution Center

Join us for this empowering program for women in their collegiate program as well as women in leadership and business.  The panel will share their wealth of knowledge and experiences in the form of lessons learned and reflections. Bring a friend or a student!

Panel Discussion

Angela Dowd-Burton

Executive Director, Office of Economic Opportunity at City of Philadelphia

Florcy Morisset

Founder and Director at Vivant Art Collection & Consulting

Jessica A. Robinson

Best Selling Author & Coach | Security Consultant | Speaker

Special Presentation

Rhonda Young

Program Manager at IBM

Toastmasters In Unity, President

The National Constitution Center Independence Mall

Address: 525 Arch StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19106

John C. Bogle Chairman's Room

When: Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM

National Black MBA Association - Philadelphia Chapter

Established in 1976, the Philadelphia Chapter proudly represents members from all over the Delaware Valley, representing many industries in both the private and public sectors.  We offer a unique networking opportunity for Black MBA graduates, students, entrepreneurs and business professionals in the Greater Philadelphia Area seeking to advance their careers, knowledge and wealth potential in today’s global economy.

Over the years, the Philadelphia Chapter has forged strong partnerships with some of the world’s top Fortune 500 companies, created scholarship programs and implemented strategic scholastic and community development programs that create intellectual and economic growth for Blacks in our community.