The Bert Mitchell Minority Management Organization (B.M.M.M.O) is a pre professional organization designed to address the needs of minority students interested in various business disciplines; and promote the development of skills and talents central to successful careers in the future. B.M.M.M.O was founded in 1981 on behalf of Bert Mitchell, on the Binghamton University Campus by Anthony Kendall, who is currently the CEO of Mitchell and Titus, LLP. For more information about Bert N. Mitchell and Anthony S. Kendall please click on the History section of the website.
In part of B.M.M.M.O the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) has become part of our new Binghamton University Student Chapter. Since 1969, NABA has been fully committed to grow and advance the educational, professional, and career aspirations of African-Americans and other minorities in related fields of business in accounting, audit, finance, tax, consulting, and information technology. We are a membership organization of professionals and students committed to maintaining the highest standards of professional and academic achievement and excellence while continuing to advance our mission. For more information on NABA’s mission, membership, and history please click on the NABA section of the website.
We hold weekly seminars every Wednesday at 7pm located at the UU325 (the new union), and workshops, as well as recruit professional speakers from all business fields in order to execute our mission. One of our paramount events for the year is attending the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Conference. The NABA Conference helps prepare students for a future in corporate
In addition, we partake in numerous community service events, host annual talent show, and host an annual banquet where students receive the opportunity to network with
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