Madison365.com | January 2018 | By David Dahmer |
It’s hard to believe that the Madison Network of Black Professionals (MNBP) will be turning 14 years old later this year. Back in August of 2004, a group of 20 individuals started up MNBP to provide a place to connect as professionals to help learn and leverage themselves as active African Americans in Madison.
“The organization has evolved quite a bit since then. Membership has increased and our partnerships have increased,” says new MNBP President Corinda Rainey-Moore says. “Our networks have increased and our exposure has increased, too.”
MNBP membership is now up to 80 individuals and rising. They’ve just elected a new leadership team to lead the way to advance its mission to make Madison an ideal place for black professionals to thrive. That team includes Rainey-Moore as president, LaRuth McAfee as vice president, Carrie Braxton as membership chair, Oscar Mireles as treasurer, Sharon Johnson as secretary, Terra McKinney as First Friday coordinator, Nasra Wehelie as professional development coordinator, and Sabrina Madison as social media chair….continue reading>>
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