Move Ahead…Move Forward…Move Up with Multiculturalism!
I am pleased to announce that our November 3rd Multicultural Conference registration is NOW OPEN. This is our 10th conference since 2008 and we are proud to have our 13+ sponsors onboard. This includes our host sponsors, UMass Boston and theCommonwealth Compact.
10th Multicultural Conference
Thursday November 3, 2016
University of Massachusetts Student Center - Alumni Lounge
8am to 3pm
High Impact Networking. Bring your Business Cards.
Our theme for the conference is “Innovation Interconnection Impact.” Those concepts are essential to expanding our goal of advancing multiculturalism, global diversity and inclusion throughout our country and the world.
We will kick off our morning with a compelling message from the President and CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce James Rooney. Up next will be an engaging and though provoking Distinguished Panel, moderated by the Massachusetts President of People’s United Bank, Patrick Sullivan.
In the afternoon our luncheon keynote speaker is a rising star and Senior Vice President and Regional Manager at Eastern Bank, Roxann Cooke.
Special Thanks To Dr. Keith Motley, Chancellor or UMass Boston, who will bring a special welcome message during the conference.
Back by popular demand are the highly interactive conference Roundtable Discussionsfeaturing several of the region’s leading advocates who will address diversity and multiculturalism from their own areas of expertise.
It’s a Multicultural Conference designed with YOU in mind where you can learn more and implement new ideas and techniques as soon as you return to work.
Registration is $125 per person through September 30th. On or after October 1st, registration increases to $175. Register Early and Save!!!!
The Multicultural Symposium Series (MSS) is a face to face, online, and broadcasting endeavor designed to further the advancement of worldwide multiculturalism and global diversity. This upcoming conference is a signature event of MSS.
There are several SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES for companies who believe in supporting African American led initiatives like the Multicultural Symposium Series.
Call us at 508 947-5755 or email email@example.com to find out more.
This will be a golden opportunity for YOU to connect with regional, local and world leaders all advancing the cause of multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion.
The ideal event for organizational leaders to BRING YOUR TEAM to the conference and demonstrate YOUR commitment to multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion.www.mssconnect.com
Affordable. Engaging. Action-Oriented.
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-Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP, CITM
Ever upbeat and enthusiastic. I have seen him describe the endless construction on campus and its inevitable parking challenges as “progress in the making.” And I have seen him take the high ground in professionalism and dignity when career setbacks would have made the average executive cry “foul!”
The students love him. The community respects him. And his tall physique and booming voice make everyone stop and stand at attention.
Dr. Keith Motley, Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Boston Campus is a TRUE friend of the Multicultural Symposium Series and my various business endeavors. He is a FRIEND to the small business community and goes out of his way to support worthy causes.
We have held our annual Multicultural Conferences on his campus since 2010 (following a strong partnership with Bentley University) and the partnership between the university and my business is anchored in the dedication and commitment of Dr. Motley.
Dr. Motley will bring Greetings during the November 6th Multicultural Conference in his unique and energizing way to let us know we are welcome to his campus.
State Street Corporation is the LEAD SPONSOR of the Multicultural Symposium Series.
J. Keith Motley, Ph.D., is the eighth chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Boston. He leads an institution with approximately 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students, a full-time and part-time faculty of more than 900, and a $294 million annual budget.
In addition to representing UMass Boston locally, nationally, and internationally, Chancellor Motley provides direct oversight of a four-pronged strategic plan for the university whose stated goals are to increase student access and engagement; attract, develop, and sustain highly effective faculty; create a physical environment that supports teaching, learning, and research; and enhance campus-community engagement through improved operational structures.
In support of this strategic initiative, Motley is also guiding a 25-year master plan for the physical plant of the university that will significantly enhance the face of the campus and its layout on the scenic Columbia Point Peninsula in a way that invites and welcomes the Greater Boston community to interact with its public university.
This project will also include the construction of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, which the late senator requested to be located on the UMass Boston campus next to the JFK Library. The institute will be dedicated to educating the general public, students, teachers, new senators, and senate staff about the role and importance of the senate. Chancellor Motley has also overseen considerable growth in UMass Boston’s faculty research spending, which has increased to more than $46 million in 2008-2009, and an expansion of the university’s private development funding, which has increased by nearly 200 percent under his leadership.
Dr. Motley holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northeastern University and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Boston College. He also holds an honorary degree awarded by Northeastern University. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh’s Upward Bound Program. He is married to Angela Motley and is the proud father of Keith Allyn, Kayla Iman, and Jordan Kiara.
We hope that YOU will attend this upcoming conference. It will be held at the University of Massachusetts - Boston Campus on Thursday November 6, 2014 from 8am to 3pm. Tickets are only $99, which includes a 12 month membership in the Multicultural Symposium Series.
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