National Black MBA Columbus Chapter
Hailing from the great city of Cleveland, Ohio, Anthony is proud to call Columbus his second home. Prior to joining the Columbus chapter of NBMBAA, Anthony served as the Membership Chair of the Cleveland chapter for over a decade. During his tenure of leadership, Anthony spearheaded various professional networking events which were aimed at recruitment and retention. In addition to being party to winning the prestigious of Chapter of the Year, Anthony received the Member Appreciation Award in 2009. Anthony previously served as the VP of Finance for the Columbus Chapter.
Anthony received his undergraduate degree from Malone College and his MBA from The University of Phoenix-Beachwood and has opened up his heart and home to become a licensed Foster Care provider. Anthony has been an advocate to several sibling groups since obtaining his license.
Anthony is a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., where he has served as chairperson of the Fatherhood Initiative program and Keeper of Records and Seals, Keeper of Peace. He currently serves as the Vice President and is a committee member of the newly established Omega Gents Youth Mentoring program in Columbus Ohio.
Anthony currently resides in Pickerington Ohio where he is a proud father of five and loving husband to India. They both enjoy traveling and serving the community through their own foundation and through Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated
We are committed to making an impactful and sustainable difference in the communities in which we work and serve.
Our Three Pillars
NBMBAA’s three Program Pillars are designed to meet the needs of our members at any stage in their career. Program curriculums are created to be data-driven and effective tools for enabling professional growth among our members.
Programs that increase the acceptance rates of our members in undergraduate and graduate programs and provide career opportunities/placements.
Programs that help members acquire the necessary skills and opportunities for career advancement.
Programs that help our members gain financial knowledge, independence, improve credit and access capital opportunities.
Our Youth, Tomorrow’s Leaders
One of three dynamic Program Pillars of the NBMBAA, Education and Career Exploration, aims to increase the acceptance rates of our members in undergraduate and graduate programs and assist with career opportunities/placements. Programs include our popular Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT), Collegiate Partnerships and Conference Activations. We are committed to your success and continue to develop partnerships with local colleges and universities. Learn how obtaining an MBA from Franklin University has benefitted one of our past Chapter Presidents and current Executive Advisory Board member, Oyauma Garrison, President & CEO at A Kid Again.