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The Kansas City Chapter of the National Black MBA Association® presents its 2nd event in the 2014 Speaker Series “MBA ROI: Understanding The Personal and Professional Value of an MBA”, on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm, at the Kauffman Conference Center, 4801 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64110.
Featuring open interactive dialogue our panelists will engage the questions such as:
- How much should you really invest in getting your MBA?
- What is the right business school for you?
- What do employers really value in a MBA?
Our panelists for the evening are:
DEBRA BRONSTON, MANAGING PARTNER, ON-POINT CAREER STRATEGIES
PAT CASSADAY, DIRECTOR TALENT DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITY MISSOURI KANSAS CITY BLOCH SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
TURNER WHITE, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ROCKHUST UNIVERISTY HELZBERG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
REPRESENTATIVES FROM KANSAS CITY AREA MBA PROGRAMS WILL BE ON HAND
AVILA UNIVERSITY • BAKER UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL AND GRADUATE STUDIES • BENEDICTINE COLLEGE • COLUMBIA COLLEGE – KANSAS CITY • MIDAMERICA NAZERENE UNIVERSITY • PARK UNIVERSITY BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION • WEBSTER UNIVERSITY • ROCKHURST UNIVERSITY, HELZBERG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT • UNIVERSITY OF ST. MARY’S • UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL MISSOURI, SUMMIT CENTER CAMPUS • UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS EDWARDS CAMPUS • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, KANSAS CITY, BLOCH SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
There is no fee to attend. For a list of dates and events and to register for this session, visit our calendar page.