Partnering with the Central Exchange, the Kansas City Chapter of the National Black MBA Association will host a session on: Creating an Inclusive Organization: Insights on how to build a best in class leadership accountability model When: August 27, 2015 Time: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Where: CX Downtown 1020 Central, Suite 100 Kansas City, MO 64105 Central Exchange Members: No Charge Non-members: $15 Click here to register for this event. Learn how to connect, motivate and drive accountability

Partnering with the Central Exchange, the Kansas City Chapter of the National Black MBA Association will host a session on:
Creating an Inclusive Organization: Insights on how to build a best in class leadership accountability model
When: August 27, 2015 Time: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Where: CX Downtown 1020 Central, Suite 100 Kansas City, MO 64105 Central Exchange Members: No Charge Non-members: $15
Learn how to connect, motivate and drive accountability with the mixed generations in the workforce while building an inclusive organization. Diversity MBA has collected research for more than 9 years developing best practices to support organizations in building talent management models. They have surveyed over 800 companies and recognized more than 300 companies for the best places to work for Women and Diverse Managers. Pamela McElvane CEO and Founder of Diversity MBA headquartered inChicago, IL. Diversity MBA is a knowledge sharing management and leadership organization that provides recognition, development and reputation strategies to Fortune 1000 companies. McElvane leads an innovative and creative team that provides clients like, AT&T, Kaiser Permanente, Walmart, Verizon, Allstate Insurance, American Airlines, CSX, Colgate-Palmolive and more with access to leadership development programs, benchmarking research on current trends for diversity strategy, and reputation management. Diversity MBA has become a national brand providing strategic resources and services that support diversity & inclusion, marketing and talent management strategies.
Diversity MBAs key brands have positioned companies to recognize top talent, celebrate diversity leadership, and support thought leaders. Diversity MBA Magazine distributes to 1.85 million subscribers print and online; Diversity MBA Benchmarking has surveyed more than 700 companies across industries and recognized more than 300 companies for the Best Places for Women and Diverse Managers to Work; Diversity MBA Top 100 has recognized 900 leaders for outstanding performance; and Diversity MBA’s Leadership Institute has trained more than 2500 professionals. Diversity MBA also partners and supports more than 15 professional associations.
McElvane has her MBA in Finance and Marketing from University of California at Berkeley. Ms. McElvane has received numerous awards; recently she was awarded Martin Luther King Excellence Award from Illinois Department of Human Rights; Strategic Star from Diversity Woman; Phenomenal Women, Black Women’s Expo; Who’s Who Most Influential Chicago Spotlight; Chicago Minority Supplier of the Year. Ms. McElvane is also dedicated to help others and support their dreams. She serves on American Cancer Society Regional Board; Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council Board; Howard University Executive MBA Board, Sutherland Youth Foundation Board and LUV Institute Board.