Reaching OUT

by Anthony Esposito
The national Reaching OUT LGBT MBA  (ROMBA) Conference is held every year in October.  It is as a gathering of LGBT MBA students and professionals from 100 of the leading diverse companies in the US and the world.  The conference is a great event that brings together the entire national community of gay MBA students each fall.  This year’s event will take place in Dallas, TX from October 13th-16th.  If you are just learning about ROMBA, check out the ReachingOUT MBA website.
 We, ZicklinOUTSource, are actively recruiting for one of the 45 minute Personal or Professional Development Sessions that are part of the conference. Being a director involves deciding on the format and choosing speakers for your session, and you will be supported by the national organizing committee and the company that is sponsoring the session.
This is a relatively small commitment (1-2 hours per week), and many past attendees report that was a meaningful part of their conference experience. Moreover, if selected, you get FREE ADMISSION to the conference AND great exposure to the organizers and sponsoring companies. The list of sessions is below and click here to apply at the link below before May 14th:
I hope you’ll apply!  E-mail me with any questions.  As a part of the Organizing Committee I have some insights to help answer your questions.
Anthony, MBA Candidate 2012.
Consulting
Marketing and Advertising
Finance and Investment Banking
Technology and Social Media
Healthcare
HR and Human Capital
Corporate Social REsponsibility / Creating Shared Value
Fashion & Luxury
Media & Entertainment
Real Estate
Sustainability / Environment / Energy
Non-profit / Social Enterprise
Entrepreneurship
Women’s Leadership
Estate Planning / Legal Issues
Shades of Gay – Out in the Workplace
Building Business Relationships / Trust
Transgender Issues
International Issues – Out & Abroad
Operation, Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Brand and Consumer Goods Management
Line Dancing
Leading a Diverse Team
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