Call to Arms – 2012 Strategic Plan - National Black MBA Association

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Detroit Chapter
Call to Arms General Meeting
January 28, 2012
2011 Theme: Power Up Your Potential
National Black MBA Association
2012 Strategic Plan
Celebrating over 35 Years of Excellence
2012
Theme:
Impacting
Tomorrow
Today
2011
Theme:
Power Your
Up Your
Potential
Vision and Mission
We, the Officers, Committee Chairpersons, and Members of the NBMBAA
(Detroit Chapter) put forth this plan for action in 2012.
VISION
To Become the Most Productive African American Organization in the
Detroit Area by Providing Programs and Services which will Transcend the
African-American Community at All Social-Economical levels.
MISSION
To Provide Professional and Personal Development Activities which are
supported by Financial and In-Kind Contributions from Profit and NonProfit Organizations* in the furtherance of the Intellectual, Social and
Financial Growth and Development of our Members.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
President’s Mandate
To Become “Chapter of the Year”
Through Deliberate Actions Designed To:
Increase Membership by 25%.
Increase Scholarship Funding by 100% ($9k).
Increase Corporate Partnerships and Sponsorships to $20k.
Increase Financial Solvency by Maintaining Over $50,000 in Cash.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Guiding Leadership
Principles
As we begin to move this organization towards providing greater
contributions to our communities, we must first look within
ourselves and begin to assess our individual and collective
commitments and the role we play in motivating others to embrace
the ideals set forth for the Detroit Chapter of the National Black
MBA Association.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Our Commitment
The Executive Board and the Committee
Chairpersons are Committed to:
•Fostering Inclusiveness Productive Ideas and Thoughts.
•Developing a Professional Personal Relationship with All Members.
•Fostering Willingness Among the Membership to Assist Fellow
Members.
•Cultivating Partnerships with Local Colleges and Universities.
•Creating Networking Opportunities through Professional and
Entrepreneurial Events.
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Our Expectations
The Executive Board and the Committee Chairpersons’
Expectations of Themselves:
•Focus on the Chapter’s Vision, Mission and the President’s Mandate
•Follow-Through on Commitments to the Chapter Goals & Objectives
•Consistent Participation in the Achievement of Committee Objectives
•Regular Attendance at Committee Meetings and Chapter Programs
•Constant Communication with the Executive Board Regarding Your
Project Status.
•Maintain Financial Membership in the NBMBAA.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Membership
Community
Service &
Development
Marketing &
Public
Relations
Corporate
Relations
Standing
Committees
Scholarship
Banquet
Leaders of
Tomorrow
Professional
Development
Fund
Development
Student
Affairs
Membership
Committee
Mission Statement:
To maintain and increase the number of active members in the chapter
Goal Statement:
• To promote the value of membership in the Detroit Chapter of the NBMBAA.
• Increase the Membership by 25% annually.
•Retain 100% of the current Membership
•Update and Maintain Current Membership Roster.
•Reconnect with Lifetime Members
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Corporate Relations
Committee
Mission Statement:
Coordinate corporate fund development for the organization. Be responsible for
maintaining an effective network of corporate partners.
Goal Statement:
•Receive a minimum of $10,000 in corporate sponsorships. (Stretch $20,000)
•Host Corporate Partner Orientation
•Build a network of corporations that can provide support to the organization in
terms of sponsorship, mentoring, jobs, training, etc.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Fund Development
Committee
Mission Statement:
To identify and pursue sources of revenue for the organization that will be used
to cover all general and administrative expenses, as well providing more financial
resources to essential operating activities (LOT and Scholarships).
Goal Statement:
•Receive a minimum of $10,000 in funding (through grants and fundraising
events).
•Create at least two (2) Successful Fundraising Events
•Institute Member and Non-Member Pricing Structure
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Professional
Development Committee
Mission Statement:
To provide Opportunities and Resources which Promote the Development of
Business Professionals and Personal Growth for the NBMBAA members.
Goal Statement:
•Create Professional and Entrepreneurial Development Opportunities.
•Identify and Address Issues and/or Current Topics of Interest.
•Develop Subject Matter Expert Mentoring Program
•Host an Executive Leadership Breakfast
•Host an Industry Exchange Program.
•Mentoring Program (Lifetime Members and New Members)
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Student Affairs
Committee
Mission Statement:
Develop and maintain strong relationships with area educational institutions,
including minority student/business organizations, administrators and faculty.
Goal Statement:
•Develop programs that promote the MBA degree to high school and
undergraduate students.
•Market organization brand awareness to local college and university campuses
through presentations and networking events.
•Act as a resource for current local MBA students.
•Establish a local collegiate chapter
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Leaders of Tomorrow
Program Committee
Mission Statement:
To continue to personally and professionally develop the business skills and
academic skills of high school students.
Goal Statement:
•Increase student participation in the LOT program.
•Increase member participation as mentors in the LOT program.
•Increase LOT Collegiate Scholarship Recipients.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Scholarship Banquet
Committee
Mission Statement:
Coordinate the organization’s Annual Scholarship Awards (and other recognition)
Banquet.
Goal Statement:
•To host an annual ceremony that recognizes scholarship recipients for their
accomplishments and demonstrates the value of the scholarship program to the
organization’s members and sponsors.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Community Service &
Development Committee
Mission Statement:
To establish and maintain a presence in and a contribution to the African
American, Academic and Corporate Communities.
Goal Statement:
• Host at least two (2) Community Service Events.
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Public Relations
Committee
Mission Statement:
To serve as a conduit for internal and external communications via various media
venues, with the goal of enhancing promotion of the NBMBAA organization in
the professional community; and continuous development of current and future
corporate relationships.
Goal Statement:
•Create public awareness of the Detroit Chapter by promoting ALL Events.
•Research and implement media selections based on demographic parameters.
•Develop partnership programs and/or sponsorships with media vendors
•Create Value for our target audience/prospective members.
•Utilize social media sites to market activities and events
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Planned Events &
Activities (Jan- June)
Jan
• E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Strategy
Follow-up
•Call to Arms
General
Meeting
•Panel
Discussion at
WSU
Feb
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Advisory
Board
Selection
•Annual
Member
Survey
•Community
Service Event
•Black History
Month Program
& Networking
with Ford,
Chrysler, and
GM
Mar
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•LOT
Graduation
•Fund
Development
Event
Apr
May
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•NMO /
General
Membership
Meeting – 4/28
•Performance
Appraisals &
Management
•Scholarship
Applications
Due – 4/15
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•NHQ
Leadership
Retreat
•Executive
Leadership
Breakfast
•Corporate
Culture and
Interviewing @
University of
Phoenix
•Community
Service Event
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Jun
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Scholarship
Banquet/Gala
•LOT Case
Competition
Planned Events &
Activities (July- Dec)
Jul
Aug
Sep
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•NMO / General
Membership
Meeting – 7/28
•Career
Transition
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Student Affairs
Event
•Fund
Development
Event
•2012-2013
LOT Kickoff for
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•NMO / General
Membership
Meeting – 9/15
•Conference &
Interviewing
Preparation
•34th Annual
Conference @
Indianapolis –
9/25-9/29
Oct
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Office
Nominations
•Corporate
Partner
Orientation
Nov
Dec
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Office
Elections
•Student Affairs
Event
•Community
Service
•E-Board/
Admin Team
Meetings
•Introduce New
E-Board
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
•Joint Holiday
Event with
DBPAG
Contacts Information
For more information regarding our Strategic Plan or if you are interested in
participating on a Standing Committees, please contact the following members of
the Executive Board:
Valencia Parker, President
John Williams, Vice President of Administration
Dan Jones, Vice President of Operations
Anitra Edwards, Executive Administrator
Valencia Hamilton, Treasurer
Or
(313) 717-4917
(248) 240-0660
(313) 506-0053
(248) 910-2454
(248) 850-6349
Visit our website: www.DetroitBlackMBA.org
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
Office Information
Office Location:
243 West Congress
Suite 350
Detroit, MI 48226
Mailing Address:
National Black MBA Association, Inc.
Detroit Headquarters
P. 0. Box 32960
Detroit, MI 48232-0960
Office: (313) 237-0089
Fax: (313) 237-0093
Email: [email protected]
2012 Theme: Impacting Your Tomorrow Today
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