The Black Business Students Association & The African American Alumni Association
are pleased to present
The 30th Annual BBSA Conference Benefit Gala
This year’s Gala Keynote is Lisa Price, Founder of Carol’s Daughter
Friday, November 4th, 2011
Helmsley Park Lane Hotel
36 Central Park South
New York, NY 10019
Seven O’Clock Cocktails
Eight O’Clock Dinner & Program
Cocktail attire suggested
About the Benefit Gala
In conjunction with the 30th Annual BBSA Conference, the Columbia Business School Black Business Students Association is excited to host the BBSA Benefit Gala on Friday, November 4th, 2011. Proceeds from this event will be used to fund the Theodora Fonteneau Rutherford Scholarship Fund. The event will also be an opportunity to students, alumni, and friends of the BBSA to network and enjoy each others’ company. Corporate sponsors will also have the opportunity to interact with potential candidates from the Columbia Business School, both at the current student and experienced professional levels. In efforts to continually broaden our networks, the event is also open to friend of the BBSA. This will be an event you definitely do not want to miss!
The Theodora Fonteneau Rutherford Fellowship
Originally named the BBSA Fellowship, the Theodora Fonteneau Rutherford Fellowship was renamed several years ago to recognize the first black woman to graduate from Columbia Business School. It is a need-based scholarship awarded to deserving students with special consideration for students who embody the commitment to diversity, leadership and community service that the BBSA upholds.