Kadia Tubman ’13 will be moderating tomorrow's Black Affinity Conference Keynote lunch panel. Currently a student at Columbia Journalism School, she started her career at Nielsen, the leading global provider of information and analytics around what consumers watch and buy. “Both Babson and Nielsen taught me so much in just four years. It feels like fate that this weekend I'll be speaking with Nielsen executive Cheryl Grace, who I worked with in my early days at Nielsen, and fellow Babson alum (and Liberian native!) Richelieu Dennis. I'm excited for a timely and important discussion at the BAC!” _________ For more information about the Babson’s Black Affinity Conference (Feb 23-25), please visit: www.babsonbac.com.
This year’s Black Affinity Conference keynote speaker is Cheryl Grace, a Senior Vice President of U.S. Strategic Community Alliances and Consumer Engagement for Nielsen. Widely recognized for her multicultural demographics expertise, she is the thought-leader and author of Nielsen's African-American Consumer Report and is one of Black Enterprise Magazine's 50 Most Powerful Business Women. During her keynote address, Cheryl will share insights about the African-American consumer, and encourage conference participants to continue owning economic and social value. I'm always thrilled to share empowering and fun insights that have a WOW! factor or make you say 'hmmm!' Looking forward to seeing what Babson's hmmm moments are at this weekend's Black Affinity Conference! _________ For more information about the Babson’s Black Affinity Conference (Feb 23-25), please visit: www.babsonbac.com.
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