Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Looking For Leaders: NBMBAA & Urban League Hartford

Young Scholars. INROADS. National Black MBA Association. National Urban League.  I owe my career to these organizations.  So while I don't have the time to be as active a member as I was in the past, I look to help out where I can.  Both the NBMBAA and the Urban League's Hartford chapter are looking for new CEOs.  I'm more than happy to pass on the info and hope they snag the best talent available.

See below for details.

NBMBAA Partners with James Jordan, LLC
for New President and CEO Search
CHICAGO, IL March 25, 2010 - Recently the National Board of Directors retained the services of James & Jordan, LLC, an executive search firm based in Sugar Land, TX, to assist with its efforts in a search for a new President and CEO.

For more information about this search, please contact Darrell James at 281-207-5307 or

For more information about NBMBAA, please visit their Web site at

The National Black MBA Association has been committed to leading in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for African American professionals since its inception in 1970. The NBMBAA in conjunction with over 400 of the country's top business organizations has inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sector all of which are committed to the organization's goals and values.

The Board of Directors of the Urban League of Greater Hartford (“ULGH”), headquartered in the Capitol City of the State of Connecticut, seeks a dynamic and skilled president/chief executive officer who will lead the organization in effectively achieving its important mission and vision.

Background on the Organization
The Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc. is an affiliate of the National Urban League.  Founded in 1964, ULGH is a community based nonprofit, and one of the largest direct social services agencies in New England. The Hartford affiliate serves a population of about 850,000 in 40 towns throughout Central and Northeastern CT.  The organization’s total revenue and support was approximately $3.5 million for the year ending June 30, 2009.  A 48-member board of directors with a wide range of skills and experiences supports ULGH.

Promote  the  self-empowerment  of  individuals  in the Connecticut Capital Region  to  achieve  educational,  occupational,  and economic equality for themselves and their families.

Application Guidelines:   This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England’s Executive  Transition Program with Transition Consultant Michael J. Negrón.   Successful finalists for this position will also be required to undergo a formal certification process by the National Urban League office in New York City as part of the selection process.

To view a copy of the full President/CEO Position Profile, with the Application Guidelines, please go to the TSNE website link at    Please note, applications will only be accepted when submitted through the TSNE website application process.   To express an interest, please respond by March 31, 2010.