Second Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo
New York, NY – What do Dell, PepsiCo, State Farm, IBM, and MetLife have in common? Besides the fact that they never a spot in the elite list of Fortune 100, they are also frontrunners in the field of Diversity & Inclusion. One of the ways that they reach out to potential employees from a variety of backgrounds is by attending events such as the Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo to be held this year at the Jacob Javits Convention Center from August 26th through the 28th. At this Event, they will recruit thousands of qualified MBAs as well as professionals with extensive working experiences. They will conduct and attend interesting seminars about the cutting edge trends and best practices in the Diversity & Inclusion frontier.
The Asian MBA Leadership Conference has released its impressive roster of sponsors who are looking to “Connect. Engage. Inspire.” The following are some of the Corporate Sponsors signed up to meet prospective employees:
Central Intelligence Agency
Contact Korea (KOTRA)
Delta Air Lines
Environmental Defense Fund
Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Deposit Insurance Company
Gilead Sciences, Inc
Greater New York Chamber of Commerce
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce
MassMutual Financial Group
National Language Service Corps
New York Life Insurance Company
The Home Depot
The United States Navy
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Department of State - Diplomatic Security
U.S. Government Accountability Office
U.S. Secret Service
Wyndham Worldwide Corporation
The special feature of the Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo is the “Jobs in Asia Pavilion,” where job seekers can find international opportunities with companies such as MetLife, GE Healthcare Korea, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Hanwha Chemical, USAID, U.S. Department of State, Pasona, Contact Singapore, Contact Korea, Hyosung, Caterpillar Inc., Mitsumi Electronics, only to name a few out of the list of top U.S. and Asian Companies.
The impressive roster of speakers is comprised of distinguished executives from major corporations and renowned leaders in the field of Diversity & Inclusion. So far, the keynote speakers include Frans Johansson, the best-selling author of The Medici Effect: Breakthrough Insights at the intersection of Ideas, Concepts, and Cultures; Michael Chen, the President & CEO of the Media, Communications, and Entertainment unit at GE Capital; and Michael Morris, the Chavkin-Chang professor of leadership at Columbia Business School and director of its Program on Social Intelligence.
With the enormous success of last year and this year’s remarkable list of sponsoring companies and speakers under its belt, the Second Annual Asian MBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo promises to be a must attend event for MBAs and Professionals of all backgrounds.
For the full Conference schedule, list of participating employers, business schools, and registration information, visit www.AsianMBA.org.
The National Association of Asian MBAs (NAAMBA)
NAAMBA is a leading non-profit, professional organization which serves as a platform to unite and empower the Asian American professional community and the pan-Asian professional Diaspora globally by providing them with professional development opportunities, with the vision to foster dialogue and mobilize related stakeholders in addressing critical social, cultural, and economic issues within the workplace and the community. The Second Annual Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo builds on the momentum generated by the 2009 First Annual Asian MBA Conference, a groundbreaking event which served as a source for initiating and fostering dialogue on Asian diversity, launched many new exciting careers and provided unprecedented networking opportunities for students and professionals alike.
National Association of Asian MBAs
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