Ime Archibong is a 2006 MBA Prep alum. He received his MBA in 2008 from Stanford University Graduate School of Business and is currently the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Facebook. We reached out to congratulate him on his 40 Under 40: Top Diverse Talent in Silicon Valley award.
Brian Dixon is a 2011 MBA Prep alum and a 2013 Babson MBA graduate. He is currently a Principal with Kapor Capital and was recently named one of the 40 Under 40 Top Diverse Talents in Silicon Valley. We sat down with him to discuss his journey from startup founder to tech investor.
Now in its second year, MLT Ascend will nearly double in size to serve 300 college freshman and sophomores this year, nominated by community partners in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.
Pablo Fuentes, a 2008 MBA Prep alum and Stanford MBA (2010) is the Founder & CEO of Proven, a mobile hiring tool for the restaurant and hotel industry. We sat down with him to discuss his recent 40 Under 40: Top Diverse Talent in Silicon Valley award and his journey from MLT to Proven.
Marlon Nichols is a 2007 MBA Prep alum and 2011 MBA of Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Named one of the 40 Under 40 Top Diverse Talents in Silicon Valley, Marlon shared insights into his experience as one of the few African-American venture professionals.
We are proud to share stories about our MLT alums who were named among the 40 under 40 Top Diverse Talent in Silicon Valley. Our colleague, Deborah Mintz, attended the Awards ceremony in the Bay Area. Here she shares some highlights of this extraordinary evening.
Pandora’s Senior Diversity Manager Lisa Lee and MLT’s West Coast Managing Director, Mark Taguchi, spoke about their organizations’ partnership – and what it takes to gain meaningful traction in attracting and retaining diverse talent.
Last May, MLT’s 10th Anniversary Gala and Rising Leaders Conference kick-started a transformational year that has accelerated our journey to develop 1,000 senior leaders and a pipeline of 10,000 more coming behind them. I am excited to share a few of our accomplishments since MLT’s 10th Anniversary celebration.
The Africa Business Fellowship is a unique opportunity for professionals to promote U.S.-African business relationships through cultural exchange. Through this highly competitive Fellowship, 10-15 professionals – US citizens and permanent residents – will gain unprecedented exposure to and hands-on experience working in one of several top African-led businesses.