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Challenging Social Legacy To Unlock Human Potential

  • Sunday, January 14, 2018
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Green Hedges School

NoVES presents Martin Luther King Day Platform:
Challenging Social Legacy To Unlock Human Potential

Brenda Stith Finch will discuss the legacy of Historically Black Colleges and their impact on the African American community and American society today.

Brenda  has held several senior executive positions in the telecommunications industry during which she was responsible, both within the USA and globally, for organization teams of several thousand people and projects supporting over half a billion in sales revenue.

She is a Board Member and Vice President of GALA Hispanic Theatre. In addition, she serves on the Advisory Board for Center for Excellence in Supply Chain Management at Howard University. She served as a former member of National Board Member of Future Business Leaders of America and Children’s Advisory Board for INOVA Fairfax Children’s Hospital

Brenda was twice presented with the Verizon Enterprise Solutions Group Excellence Award for Business Unit performance.  She also received the National Eagle Leadership Institute Award, the National Women of Color Technology Award and the Most Important Blacks in Business and Technology Award.

She  received her BS degree from Virginia State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Syracuse University. She completed the Center for Creative Leadership Development and the Wharton School of Leadership Development.


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