CUP Presents A Conversation with Financial Expert Mellody Hobson

As part of its Distinguished Leadership Series, the Council of Urban Professionals will present “A Conversation with Mellody Hobson”. March is Women’s History Month and Mellody Hobson, President of Ariel Investments, has been an inspiration to women across the country for breaking through the glass ceiling in a male dominated industry.  She joined the Ariel Investments as an intern and has risen through the ranks to become the leader of this investment firm.  Below are details on the event that will be held on Monday, March 11th at 6pm.  Go to grow, connect and build.

Mellody Hobson

Topics will include: 

Insights and Thought Leadership on Corporate Board Service
Leadership in a Global Economy
Creating New Financial Opportunity & Inclusion for Diverse Professionals

Monday, March 11, 2013

6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m

383 Madison Avenue, 2nd Floor Auditorium

(Between 46th & 47th Streets, Entrances on Vanderbilt St.)
New York City

CUP Convo w Mellody Hobson___________________________________________________________________

$25 CUP Members/ $50 Non-CUP Member

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For more information, please contact:
Kiyana N. Stansbury, Director of Marketing & Events
@ 646.619.8691 |

About The Council of Urban Professionals:

The Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) connects, empowers and mobilizes the next generation of diverse business and civic leaders. Founded in 2007, CUP is a 21st century leadership development organization with over 1,500 individual members, a national network of 20,000, and 58 corporate partners spanning the financial services, law, media & entertainment, digital & technology, and non-profit and public sectors. Through a series of forums, leadership development programs, and peer networks, CUP empowers aspiring diverse professionals to develop relationships, expertise, and opportunities that best position them for top leadership positions, resulting in transformative impact on society.

Latoya Henry is the publisher and founder of Haute Giving: The Sexy Side of Philanthropy.
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