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You’re invited to the African American Students Union at Harvard Business School conference and after-party Mar 28-30th.

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On the weekend of March 28th, you are invited to come to our conference and gain first-hand exposure to C-suite business executives across all industries through our networking sessions after each panel.

Come sharpen your business analyst skills by learning the The Case Method, taught by HBS Professor Andy Zelleke.

After conference events and networking winds down you should drop by the African-American HBS ( Harvard Business School)  After-Party experience. It features VH1’s master of the mix celebrity DJ B Hen.

African American Student Union at Harvard Busienss School

Keynotes Speakers are:

David A. Thomas – Dean, McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University and former H. Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School

David A. Thomas - Dean, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

David A. Thomas – Dean, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

Obie L. McKenzie - Managing Director BlackRock

Obie L. McKenzie – Managing Director BlackRock

Valerie Mosley - Chairwoman, Valmo Ventures and Former Partner of Wellington Management

Valerie Mosley – Chairwoman, Valmo Ventures and Former Partner of Wellington Management

The Bert King Award Recipient is  Carlton L. Guthrie

Lean Start-up Venture Competition:
 http://www.aasuconference.com/ventures-competition

Directions/Accommodations  http://www.aasuconference.com/logistics2013/

Visit the AASU Conference website at www.aasuconference.com for further information including the full schedule of events, presenters, or emailconference@hbsaasu.com.

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Written by aboutblackboston

March 12, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Why fleeing beyond the suburbs to rural Massachusetts counties will change priorities to worry about.

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Zakim park Boston GardenDo you wonder why no one talks about moving to the country from the cities of Massachusetts where life will be greener and most likely be better?

Well, the Boston Federal Reserve Community Outlook Survey found that moving to rural Massachusetts from urban area changes what people worry about the most.

Make the move and the new list of concerns become: job availability, access to affordable housing, federal budget cuts, state budget cuts, and K–12 education. Also credit scores and home foreclosures appeared on the list of the top 10 challenges, displacing crime and vacant properties.  When cruising on the open roads where houses are spread so far apart I have thought about what is it that people do out here for a living.

For more detailed information read   more than a million people in rural Massachusetts or small town New England.

Written by aboutblackboston

February 27, 2014 at 3:23 pm

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