Welcome to the HBSAAA

The Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association (HBSAAA) serves over 2,200 African American, African, and other graduates of HBS who identify with an African American heritage. It is dedicated to building and sustaining a beneficial network that connects alumni, current students, and applicants with HBS to increase our influence at the School and in the broader African American Community.

Events & Featured Members

June 8th: Consumers: How We Think, Feel and Behave in Response to Prices
Consumerism – is it driven by science or emotions? How successfully can marketers harness, or even predict, the buying impulse? Join HBS Professor Santana as she will discuss these questions and more at the Harvard Club of New York. Free event, RSVP here.

March 24: TIAA-CREF CEO Roger Ferguson on Retirement, the Economy & Markets
Roger Ferguson, the president and CEO of financial services behemoth TIAA-CREF, will discuss the nation's challenges in funding retirements as America ages. He will also address recent developments in the economy and markets. Register here.

Sheila Marmon, MBA 1999, Recognized in Digital LA's Top 50 Digital Women
In honor of International Women's Day, Digital LA presented the inaugural Silicon Beach: Top 50 Digital Women of 2015. The list recognizes women CEOs, founders of Silicon Beach startups, executives, content creators, community leaders and others who have made outstanding contributions to the Los Angeles startup tech ecosystem and community. Congratulations to Mirror Digital Founder and CEO, Sheila Marmon, on her recognition at the event!

Do you have a program idea or alumni news to share? Let us know. Contact us secretary@hbsaaa.org with the details. Thank you!

The HBSAAA W50 Alumnae Celebration
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of women being admitted to Harvard Business School's full-time MBA program, the School is hosting a series of special events, programs, and exhibitions. The Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association (HBSAAA) is participating in this celebration by profiling remarkable black alumnae—women who represent the broad mosaic of the HBS community. To read the profiles, go to hbsaaa.net.