Hosted by the Temple University Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
GRF Partner and Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Trevor Williams, CPA will serve as a panelist during day 2 of the Temple University NABA Chapter’s inaugural Black Business Leadership Symposium at the Fox School of Business. As a Temple NABA alumnus, Mr. Williams will share his perspective on what it took to achieve career success, how NABA has impacted his journey, and his thoughts on what young Black professionals should consider in today’s workforce.
On March 24 and 25, NABA President Guylaine Saint Juste is launching a national campaign, starting at Temple University, which aims to make a positive impact on high school graduation rates, college attendance, and retention for students of color, especially in business and technology.
The 2-day event will focus on discussion and knowledge sharing on how to create avenues for the Black business leaders of the future. The event will help strengthen the links between Temple, NABA, and community colleges across Philadelphia by creating a pathway to support and empower Black students and professionals.
Partner, Audit, and Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion