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2/22-5th Annual – BLACKS ON WALL STREET @ BNY Mellon Auditorium in NYC
February 22, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
REGISTRATION – Please RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/fZ8qAzLwTkGV7n092 or if you have questions please contact
EVENT Blacks on Wall Street, Inc. (BWS, Inc.), in recognition of this year’s Black History Month, and in partnership with The Bank of New York Mellon invites you to attend our 5th Annual Blacks on Wall Street Event. This event is targeted at under-represented high school students. BWS, Inc. and BNYM will present 5 successful IT and Finance professionals who have overcome many odds to reach the top of their respective fields. We are inviting 250 High School Juniors and Seniors to listen and ask questions of this panel that will undoubtedly benefit their career decisions.
WHERE: BNY Mellon Auditorium, 101 Barclay Street, New York, NY 10286 (Enter on Murray Street)
WHEN: 22nd February 2018. 3:00PM – 6:00PM (Food is provided)
PANELISTS Sabrina Lamb CEO Founder; World of Money Nelly Akoth Chief Credit Officer, IBM Andrea Holmes-Tomkins CEO, ACE Media Corporation Anthony Mayo SVP, BNY Mellon Guy Pujol Chief Architecture Officer, JP Morgan
NETWORK PARTNERS – *United Way, Year Up, Tracks, I have A Dream, In Roads, National Cares and NPower, Young Investors Society. *subject to verification and change*
firstname.lastname@example.org Students must have valid school ID. All non-student attendees will need a government issued ID. About BNYM BNYM is a global leader in providing a comprehensive array of services that enable institutions and individuals to manage and service their financial assets in more than 100 markets worldwide. Our global client base consists of financial institutions, corporations, government agencies, endowments and foundations and high-net-worth individuals. About BWS, Inc. BWS Inc.’s mission is to engage, assist and mentor underrepresented populations who are employed or who wish to be employed in the financial industry in any capacity, to mentor, provide educational programing for advancement in their respective fields, networking opportunities, facilitating internship opportunities, facilitating scholarships and scholarship opportunities, facilitating funding and housing for unpaid internship opportunities, assisting with and facilitating employment opportunities.