Pitt Black MBA Network

Purpose

PBAN is an organization of black MBAs interested in strategic alliances and partnerships among each other, and between PBAN and the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business for the purpose of enhancing and building the prestige of the University’s MBA program. The growing success and prominence of PBAN will provide an incentive for future talented blacks to attend the program. 

Give to PBAN

Your support provides scholarship opportunities to diverse students enrolled in the MBA program at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business. This scholarship initiative is intended to assist the Katz School in its efforts to attract and retain students who contribute to the diversity of the student body. Give to PBAN

Officers

Denise Hughey, President

Brandon Spires, Vice President of Administration, President-Elect

Aleta Richards, Vice President of Operations

Rosalie Joseph Myers, Treasurer

Ariel Hodge, Secretary

Tricina Cash, President Emeritus

General Members

Jacob Evans                                      

Alisa Gentry                  

Tracey Grace

Roxanne Dye Grimes

Kristen Hayes    

Robert Innis

John Weston           

Bruce Williams

Learn More About PBAN

https://pban2010.org/