Minorities in Corporate America

May 5, 2011

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Minorities in Corporate America “Emerging Leaders: Reinvented”

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 28, 2005

The theme of this yearÂ’s conference is “Emerging Leaders:     Reinvented.” The agenda of the conference is the exploration of the call & responsibility of the new generation young professionals as productive leaders in our community. As an auxiliary of the Dallas Urban League, the Young ProfessionalsÂ’ mission includes community service and professional development. This goal of this conference is to educate the minority professionals on current trends in the work place as well as opportunity to network with other professionals. In addition, it provides minorities with an insiders look into Dallas and the efforts it is undertaking to attract upwardly mobile minority professionals into the area.

The event’s keynote speaker, H. Ron White is Managing Partner of Adorno Yoss White & Wiggins – the largest and fastest growing full service minority-owned law firm in Texas. “It is important for young African Americans and Latinos to develop, to effectively function in the business arena because the Corporate/Business model defines and influence public policy, employment, business opportunities and our quality of life. Our competitors are no longer in our small geographical communities but worldwide,” say Mr. White.

Session Topics: Mentor- Find one/Be one; Black Men/Women -My struggle; Wealth Building Strategies; Office Politics; How does one emerge as a leader; Team Building/Team Player; Entrepreneurship; Networking Techniques; Upward Mobility; Bring up the next generation.

Early registration deadline is October 21st, but registration will be accepted on event day. Cost to attend is $ 40.00.

Vendors are welcome to attend and display their products and services. For more information or to register for the event, please email micaconference@yahoo.com or visit http://www.micaconference.com.


In the 1980Â’s, several Urban League affiliates recognized the need to prepare the new generation to assume leadership of the civil rights movement. They recruited African American men and women 20 to 30 years old and invited them to take active leadership roles in local Urban League programs and activities. The Dallas Urban League Young Professionals supports the Urban League of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas, the National Urban League Young Professionals and the National Urban League’s agenda by establishing programs within the following categories:

·    Financial Empowerment

·    Real World Education

·    Political Involvement


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