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    (BPRW) Wake Forest University School of Business Announces Partnership with Ron Brown Scholar Program

    - Unique educational collaboration promotes opportunities and awareness of graduate business programs for African-American scholars -


    (BLACK PR WIRE) – WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The Wake Forest School of Business today announced an agreement with the Ron Brown Scholar Program to participate in a shared commitment to promote and support opportunities for Ron Brown Scholarship winners and applicants to pursue graduate studies at the School of Business, including its nationally recognized Master of Arts (MA) in Management, Master of Science in Accountancy (MSA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs. The agreement includes the recommendation of a Ron Brown Scholar for an annual Corporate Fellowship Award to include full tuition and $10,000 living stipend to attend the 10-month MA in Management program.

    “We are very pleased to establish this partnership with the Wake Forest University School of Business,” said Michael A. Mallory, president & executive director, Ron Brown Scholar Program. “Our organizations share a commitment to developing the next generation of business leaders who will lead with integrity and use their success to help in meaningful ways within their communities and society as a whole.”

    As part of the agreement, Wake Forest will collaborate with the Ron Brown Scholar Program to identify candidates for the Corporate Fellowship Award and additional interested students for applicable graduate programs at the School of Business. The partnership represents one of several new initiatives the School is pursuing to increase the number of underrepresented students across its graduate and undergraduate business programs.

    “Valuing diversity, leadership and service is core to our mission at Wake Forest,” said Charles Iacovou, vice dean at the School of Business. “The Ron Brown Scholar Program embodies this ideal and we are proud to establish a deeper relationship with this outstanding organization and its exceptional group of students and alumni who share these principles.”

    Since 1997, a total of 338 Ron Brown Scholars have been selected from more than 110,000 applications on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence, leadership potential, social commitment and financial need. With a graduation rate of 99% and 54% completing graduate studies, Ron Brown Scholars are committed to education, while 100% are involved in extensive community service projects demonstrating a strong dedication to enriching lives in their local communities and worldwide.

    “As a Ron Brown Scholar, I have experienced first-hand the benefits of access to opportunities in higher education, leadership training and social service, which has prepared me well for the demands of a graduate business program,” said Simone Watson, 2009 Ron Brown Scholar and 2014 candidate in the Wake Forest School of Business MA in Management program. “My experience as an MA candidate at Wake Forest has reinforced these strong values within a collaborative, hands-on environment that emphasizes the development of passionate business leaders who can positively impact the practice of business. The Ron Brown Scholar Program and Wake Forest provide a unique combination of ethical ideals and learning opportunities that will help me achieve my personal and career goals.”

    For more information on the Ron Brown Scholar Program and the Wake Forest University School of Business and its various programs, please visit the website for each organization listed below.

    About Ron Brown Scholars (ronbrown.org) The Ron Brown Scholar Fund is a 501(c) 3 public charity, managed by an independent Board of Trustees. The Ron Brown Scholar Program, named for the late Secretary of Commerce and inspired by his dedication to public service, was established in 1996 by the CAP Charitable Foundation to provide academic scholarships, service opportunities and leadership experiences for young African Americans of outstanding promise. The Ron Brown Scholar Program provides Scholars with the financial resources to attend some of the finest colleges and universities in the country. Acceptance into the Program means Scholars are also provided with the nurturing and mentorship to succeed and flourish in college and beyond. Graduating Scholars go on to outstanding careers in the arts, sciences and public service, and many more pursue professional degrees in law, medicine and business.

    About Wake Forest University School of Business (business.wfu.edu) The Wake Forest University School of Business offers undergraduate programs in finance, accounting, mathematical business, and business and enterprise management, and graduate programs including a Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Accountancy and Master of Arts in Management. Our programs are consistently ranked among the world’s best in surveys by U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Economist, Forbes, and the Financial Times. Wake Forest MBAs who sat for a Six Sigma green belt certification exam in 2011 and 2012 had a 100% pass rate. Wake Forest accountancy graduates earned the highest passing rate in the nation on the CPA exam last year and have maintained the top CPA exam pass rate among universities with accounting programs for 11 of the past 15 years.

    Source: Wake Forest School of Business


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    Council of Urban Professionals Announces Second Annual List of Professionals of Color and Women in Finance

    - “CUP Catalysts” List Recognizes Professional Achievement in Financial Sectors and Commitment to Community

    CUP Catalysts: Change Agents | Finance First in Series of Three Catalyst Lists -


    New York – Today, the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) announced the CUP Catalysts: Change Agents 2013 | Finance. The list highlights and celebrates the accomplishments of diverse leaders across the financial services sector who have achieved extraordinary success in business and have made a significant impact on their community. These individuals will be recognized at CUP’s 6th Annual Wall Street Partners Forum on October 1st.

    The CUP Catalysts: Change Agents 2013 | Finance list includes 14 financial service professionals, between the ages of 35-50, who serve at senior levels of organizations, and who have been nominated by their colleagues and peers.

    “These are the diverse, dynamic and dedicated executives and entrepreneurs who are transforming business, driving economic growth, and giving back to their communities through board service, mentorship, and philanthropy,” said CUP Executive Director Chloe Drew. “We are committed to recognizing diverse professionals from across financial sectors and congratulate the leaders who were nominated and selected.”

    For the full list of CUP Catalysts in Finance, visit the Council of Urban Professionals’ website.

    CUP developed CUP Catalysts: Change Agents 2013 | Finance to highlight and celebrate diverse leaders, role models, and heroes among us. Executives and entrepreneurs who are selected for CUP Catalysts: Change Agents 2013 | Law will be recognized at CUP's 4th Annual Lawyers Forum on October 29, 2013 and those selected for CUP Catalyst: Change Agents 2013 | Media & Entertainment will be recognized at CUP's 5th Annual Media & Entertainment Forum on November 12, 2013.

    ABOUT THE COUNCIL OF URBAN PROFESSIONALS:
    The Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) connects, empowers and mobilizes the next generation of diverse business and civic leaders. Founded in 2007, CUP is a 21st century leadership development organization with over 1,500 individual members, a national network of 20,000, and 65 corporate partners spanning the financial services, law, media & entertainment, digital & technology, and non-profit and public sectors. Through a series of forums, leadership development programs, and peer networks, CUP empowers aspiring diverse professionals to develop connections, opportunities, and expertise that best position them for top leadership roles, resulting in transformative impact on our communities.

    For more information about CUP, visit www.nycup.org.


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    (BPRW) UPTOWN PROFESSIONAL Magazine Announces the 2013 Top Companies & Organizations for Diversity & Inclusion

    - Semi-Annual Publication Addresses Diversity in the Workplace -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UPTOWN Magazine’s brand extension UPTOWN Professional Magazine (www.uptownpromag.com), a twice yearly career-focused magazine and website for the global urban professional, has announced its 2013 Top Companies & Organizations for Diversity & Inclusion. The list is created in conjunction with a partnership with OppsPlace.com, one of the leading recruitment and employment solutions sites. OppsPlace, founded by entrepreneur Robert Johnson, is a diverse network connecting talent with jobs and businesses with opportunities. In addition to career aspirations, UPTOWN Professional also covers related business lifestyle topics. The cutting edge, new, career-focused publication was launched to great excitement and fanfare at two well-attended launch events in NYC and Chicago in January 2011.

    “Our goal in this issue of this important industry leading publication is to highlight the very best companies and organizations that have demonstrated measurable achievement and performance in the vital area of diversity and inclusion,” said UPTOWN Professional publisher Robert Ingram. “It is no accident that many of the companies and organizations on our list are the most profitable, innovative and largest enterprises in the world. UPTOWN Professional offers relevance, relationships and most importantly, solutions. Our goal is to assist forward-thinking companies and executives and help them navigate the challenging paths of recruitment, retention, marketplace and development in a new and more diverse workplace worldwide.”

    Among the Top Companies and organizations that are considered the best of the best are: Colgate-Palmolive, McDonald’s, Abercrombie & Fitch, Credit Suisse, Society of Human Resources Managers, the American Institute of Architects, Adecco, Sodexo, Marriott International, UPS, Aetna, Prudential Financial, Comcast, EMC and Lincoln Financial. A complete list is below in alphabetical order.

    “These industry and thought leading companies and organizations are responsive to the seismic shift in global demographics and we feel are sensitive enough to connect the dots in the nettlesome areas of recruitment, retention, training & development and multicultural marketing in calling to positive action new, vibrant emerging markets for the onset of this dynamic millennium,” said Ingram.

    Uptown Professional is a game changing publication that has taken the global professional marketplace by storm. Previous issues have covered cutting-edge professionals in great jobs, in awesome locations, working for the world’s top companies and organizations. A full look at diversity & inclusion today is Uptown Professionals rallying call as balanced coverage is given to Black, Latino, Asian, Women, Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgendered and the Ability professionals.

    UPTOWN Professional also offers tips on best Travel Apps, E-readers and books to save time and increase productivity, as well as Coaches Corner and Critical Path which offer career guidance from respected executives and thought leaders.

    “In riding the momentum of the publication and keeping with our desire to inform today’s talented diverse executive, UPTOWN Professional will follow up this Top Companies & Organizations issue with a themed issue in the fall highlighting the Top Executives,” says Ingram. The identity of the Top Executives will be announced in mid to late September 2013.

    Uptown Professional 2013 Top Companies & Organizations for Diversity & Inclusion (in alphabetical order):

    1. Abercrombie & Fitch
    2. Adecco
    3. Aetna
    4. AFLAC
    5. American Express
    6. American Institute of Architects
    7. AT&T
    8. Avery Dennison
    9. Cargill
    10. CDC
    11. Colgate-Palmolive
    12. Comcast
    13. CookRoss
    14. Credit Suisse
    15. Delta Airlines
    16. EMC
    17. Executive Leadership Council
    18. GE
    19. Huntington Bank
    20. IBM
    21. L’Oreal
    22. Lincoln Financial
    23. Lockheed Martin
    24. Lowes
    25. Macy’s
    26. Marriott International
    27. Mass Mutual
    28. MasterCard
    29. McDonald’s
    30. MGM
    31. Nationwide
    32. New York Life
    33. Pepsico
    34. Prudential
    35. Society for Human Resources Managers (SHRM)
    36. Sodexo
    37. Sprint
    38. State Street
    39. The Coca Cola Company
    40. The Home Depot
    41. The McGraw-Hill Company
    42. The Medici Group
    43. The Nielsen Company
    44. Toyota
    45. United Healthcare
    46. UPMC
    47. UPS
    48. Walmart
    49. Wells Fargo
    50. Yum Brands

    About Uptown Media
    Founded in 2004, Uptown Ventures Group is the only luxury lifestyle company targeting the Affluent African American (AAA) Market. UPTOWN Magazine affords luxury purveyors the broadest access to this highly sought-after demographic. Uptown Ventures Group, LLC offers traditional and innovative strategies, including UPTOWN Magazine (published eight times per year with NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington DC, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Detroit and National editions); interactive website UPTOWNmagazine.com, lifestyle guide UPTOWNsocial and Uptown's signature events. UPTOWN Magazine is available by subscription at UPTOWNmagazine.com and on national newsstands, including Hudson News. UPTOWN Magazine, a toast to Luxury, Lifestyle and Living.

    Source: UPTOWN Magazine

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    Association of Black Foundation Executives Challenges Philanthropic Leaders to be Unconventional in Addressing Needs of the Black Community

    ABFE 2013 Conference Hits Chicago Streets; Addresses Community Violence, Black Male Stereotypes and Celebrity Foundations

    [April 4, 2013, Chicago, IL] Over 225 leaders and professionals in philanthropy including presidents, trustees, program officers, athletes and donors are expected to attend The Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE) fourth annual conference on April 4-7, 2013, at the Palmer House Hilton Hotel, Chicago. The conference offers attendees strategic philanthropic solutions that impact Black communities. It puts a spotlight on violence, negative images of Black males in the media, and innovative community re-development initiatives. The rarely engaged and often misunderstood topic of foundation operations, specifically finance, investment and grants management, provides a 101 course in institutional investing. There is also a session designed to help sports and entertainment philanthropist increase their understanding of the mainstream grantmaking process, an issue recently portrayed negatively in an ESPN news story.

    Representatives of several organizations founded by athletes and entertainers are expected to attend, including Chicago Bears linebacker James Anderson. Robert K. Ross, M.D. President and CEO of The California Endowment will receive this year’s prestigious James A. Joseph Lecturer Award and John W. Rogers, Jr. Founder, Chairman and CEO of Ariel Investments will receive the 2013 Trailblazer Award. Maya Wiley, Founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion will give a keynote address and Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President, University of Maryland Baltimore County will close the plenary session.

    The theme: "Innovation + Investment = Impact" sets the tone for a conference that encourages members to leverage the power of philanthropy to address critical needs facing Black communities, including economic, educational and social inequalities. “Foundations move money,” said Susan Taylor Batten, President and CEO of ABFE, “and philanthropy is a powerful tool for positive, enduring social change.”

    With Chicago as the backdrop, the four-day conference opens with a plenary session that addresses violence in Black communities across the country. Visits to Dorchester Projects and other Rebuild Foundation sites demonstrate how arts and culture have revived formerly abandoned spaces on Chicago’s South side.

    For a complete schedule, visit abfeconference.org.

    About The Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE)
    The Association of Black Foundation Executives (ABFE) is an independent membership organization that counts among its members the most influential staff, trustees and donors of grant making institutions that promote effective and responsive philanthropy in Black communities. For more info, visit www.abfe.org.

    Carla Sims
    202-360-9959
    Media@aspecialgathering.com


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    (BPRW) BUSINESS WIRE AND BLACK PR WIRE TO HOST BEST PRACTICES WEBINARS


    - Free online sessions take place February 20th & 27th 2013 -

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – In recognition of Black History Month and in celebration of their continued partnership, Business Wire and Black PR Wire will launch their 2013 Minority Leadership Series. The series will showcase the best of multicultural services and practices used by business professionals in the country. It will also highlight networking tools essential for effective media and public relations practitioners and provide insight for the new and seasoned communications professional.

    The much-anticipated event includes two online webinars. Part I is entitled “Preparing for a Future in Communications.” This 90-minute session will include a panel of HBCU graduates working in newsrooms and leading PR/marketing departments from across the country. Speakers will share their best tips to help students and young professional communicators excel in the industry and maximize their collegiate and early career experiences for success, job opportunities, and leadership positions. This webinar takes place on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. EST.

    Raschanda Hall Raschanda Hall, Global Media Relations Manager – Business Wire

    “The Minority Leadership Series offers a great opportunity for both college students and PR agencies to gain effective insight on ways to grow, survive and thrive in this ever-evolving industry,” says Raschanda Hall, Global Media Relations Manager for Business Wire, and the session’s moderator. Presenters joining this session include: Greg H. Lee, Executive Sports Editor, Sun-Sentinel; Aprill O. Turner, PR Professor and Communications Consultant; and Vince McGraw, Online Web Producer, Detroit News.

    Part II of the series is entitled “Leveraging Opportunities for Strategic Partnerships.” This 90-minute session includes a panel of marketing and communications professionals who will share their experience of leveraging business services through strategic partnerships. This webinar takes place on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 from 1 – 2:30 p.m. EST.

    “Participating in this webinar will help the busy business professional to grasp key and critical information needed to position their business for success by effective partnering techniques and services,” adds Bernadette Morris, president and CEO of Black PR Wire, and the session’s moderator. “Our goal is to create a win-win for both the boutique and large business, and ultimately, their clients.”

    Presenters for Part II, “Leveraging Opportunities for Strategic Partnerships” include Danita King, principal/founder, PRNoir; Cyn Davis, senior manager, ICF International; and James Andrews, founder, Social People. Panelists will discuss how they combine their passion for their products and services to partner with other agencies for a successful collaboration.

    Bernadette Morris Bernadette Morris, President/CEO – Black PR Wire

    Both webinars are free and open to the public. However, registration is required for all participants. To register for the session on February 20th – “Preparing for a Future in Communications,” please visit - https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/324362504. To register for the session on February 27th – “Leveraging Opportunities for Strategic Partnerships,” please visit - https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/921401105.

    Registered guests will also be able to follow along with our conversation or ask our panelists questions by tracking and including the #bwbprw hashtag on Twitter during the webinar. For more information on the 2013 Minority Leadership Series, please contact Vanessa Loy at 1-877-BLACKPR.

    About Business Wire
    Business Wire, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is the global leader in press release distribution and regulatory disclosure. Investor relations, public relations, public policy and marketing professionals rely on Business Wire to accurately distribute market-moving news and multimedia, host online newsrooms, build content marketing platforms and provide audience analysis that improves engagement with specified target markets. Founded in 1961, Business Wire is a trusted source for news organizations, journalists, investment professionals and regulatory authorities, delivering news directly into editorial systems and leading online news sources, while boosting SEO and social media engagement via its multi-patented simultaneous NX Network. Business Wire has more than 30 bureaus worldwide to securely meet the varying needs of communications professionals and news consumers.

    Learn more at www.BusinessWire.com and the BusinessWired blog; follow updates on Twitter @businesswire and Facebook

    About Black PR Wire
    Black PR Wire is a powerful leader in effective news delivery services. With an unmatched database and listing of over 1500 Black (African American, Caribbean and Haitian) media, organizations, social influencers and opinion leaders, Black PR Wire is the first and largest news distribution service to target the Black market. Services of Black PR Wire include a full range of comprehensive new release distribution, electronic audio and video messages, newsletters and more. The company offers its services in both English and Creole.

    Learn more at www.blackprwire.com where you can sign up for Thrivin,’ our award winning newsletter and join The Hook Up and receive customized releases on demand. Also, follow us Facebook.com/BlackPRWire, and get updates on Twitter @BlackPRWire. At Black PR Wire, we distribute the news our media can use.

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