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African-American professionals will share their stories of success at the Minorities in Corporate America panel discussion 7 p.m. Thursday in the David A. Portlock Black Cultural Center. The event is open to all students.

  • The McDonogh Report celebrates the contributions of African Americans to the Lafayette community.

Panelists will discuss their personal paths to success, creating and managing goals, and diversity in the workplace. Companies represented include Goldman Sachs, a full-service global investment banking and securities firm; FutureTrade, a fully integrated electronic trading platform for institutional traders; and Bloomberg, a global provider of data, news, and analytics.

“We want students, specifically minority students, to get a taste of corporate America from a new perspective,” says economics and business major Nkrumah Pierre ’06 (Glen Head, N.Y.), president of Brothers of Lafayette. “It will unite the Lafayette community and provide insight on how to be successful.”

The panel is sponsored by Brothers of Lafayette and the Office of Intercultural Development. Students should bring a note pad. Refreshments will be provided by Campus Pizza.

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