Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sign in

In Action: Minority Business Club

With former NAACP President -- and MIT Sloan alum -- Bruce Gordon serving as a role model, Minority Business Club officers Stephanie Preston, Dwane Morgan, and Emmett Johnson are committed to advancing the position of minorities in education and the workforce. They're also dedicated to making the most of their MIT Sloan experience, for themselves, for their families, and their communities. Here, they discuss the value of diversity, the benefits of a tight-knit network, and their goals for community outreach.

Comments (0)

It looks like no one has posted a comment yet. You can be the first!

You need to log in, in order to post comments.

MIT Sloan

MIT Sloan

Category: Life at MIT | Updated 7 years ago

Created
May 09, 2008 13:36
Category
Tags
License
All Rights Reserved (What is this?)
Additional Files


Viewed
12707 times

More from MIT Sloan

Eduard Franquesa 09_31_08 It's Getting So Busy

Eduard Franquesa 09_31_08 It's Gett...

Added 9 years ago | 00:04:16 | 6164 views

Cathy Yum 10_17_08 Networking to Winetasting

Cathy Yum 10_17_08 Networking to Wi...

Added 9 years ago | 00:03:05 | 7885 views

Sustainability: The Next Management Frontier, SESSION 1

Sustainability: The Next Management...

Added 9 years ago | 01:13:00 | 24353 views

Forging Fellowship: Tanya Bodell, SF '08

Forging Fellowship: Tanya Bodell, S...

Added over 9 years ago | 00:19:57 | 15798 views

Student Stories: Elizabeth Prior, MBA '08

Student Stories: Elizabeth Prior, M...

Added almost 10 years ago | 00:33:11 | 23187 views

Part 2: MIT Innovations in Management: Strategies for Sustainable Business Practice

Part 2: MIT Innovations in Manageme...

Added almost 10 years ago | 01:37:39 | 31143 views