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Michelle Fish to Sit on NAAAHR & Urban League Panel

Sep 15, 2011

“How to Emerge as a Leader in Changing Environments” Thursday September, 15th 2011, 6PM – 8PM at the Wells Fargo Learning Center - “The Green” at 435 S. Tryon St

The National Association of African Americans in Human Resources Charlotte Chapter (NAAAHR) and The Urban League of the Central Carolinas invite you to participate in a dynamic panel facilitated by emerging leaders within the Charlotte community. Please join us as we share perspectives on how career development, inclusion, and empowerment of others have consistently shaped their success in a world of constant change.


  • A. Michelle Fish: CEO, Integra Staffing & Search
  • Garth David: Director of Finance, Time Warner Cable
  • Joachim Rogers: Director of Individual Client Services, TIAA-CREF
  • Miranda Acree: Revenue Management Analyst, UPS
  • Okeatta Brown: VP, Supplier Diversity Manager, Wachovia a Wells Fargo Company
  • Sherryl Baker: Human Capital/Management Professor, Queens University of Charlotte
  • NAAAHR Charlotte / www.naaahrcharlotte.com

    The National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR), a not-for-profit organization, exists to provide a national forum where Black and African American human resources practitioners and those who are aligned with our goals can share, gain information and provide leadership on issues affecting their individual careers and the global workforce.

    Urban League of the Central Carolinas / www.urbanleaguecc.org

    MISSION: To empower the community to attain financial stability and social justice in a global economy through education, training and placement. VISION: To be the premier change agent inspiring the community to attain socioeconomic and educational inclusion for a global economy The Urban League of Central Carolinas is a multi-service, non-profit Agency, organized in 1978. Its mission is to empower the community by providing education to enhance financial stability and social justice that enables families to successfully compete in a Global Economy.

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