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April 23, 2018 Written by Howard Newsroom Staff

Howard University MBA Team Places In National Business Case Competition

Washington, D.C. (April 23, 2018) – Four MBA candidates from Howard University School of Business recently won third place in The Executive Leadership Council’s (ELC) 2018 National Business Case Competition on April 9-10, making a compelling case for “How to Stop the Diversity Pipeline Leak: Averting a Leadership Crisis.” The team won a $15,000 cash award.

The team from Howard University included Aaron Ford, team captain and a dual-degree Master of Social Work and Master of Business Administration candidate at Howard University. The other MBA students on the Howard University team were Steve Alexis, Janeen Blige, and Christopher King. The annual competition, sponsored and hosted by Exxon Mobil Corporation, invites students from the nation’s top business schools to form teams, led by black team leaders, to analyze a timely business issue that demonstrates the students’ critical thinking, analytical and communications skills.

Read the full article at:  https://newsroom.howard.edu/newsroom/article/8211/howard-university-mba-team-places-national-business-case-competition