The 2019 edition of the “Minority Business Leader Awards”, an annual event organized by the Washington Business Journal (WBJ), will be held at MGM National Harbor on March 28.
The awards recognize the top minority business owners and leaders of the Greater Washington region. The honorees are selected based on their entrepreneurial drive, creativity and success, according to the program brief.
United Way NCA, Howard University, Montgomery Hospice, Accenture Federal Services and Tandem Sports + Entertainment are included in this year’s business organizations and entities that will be awarded at the event.
Among other awardees of 2019 are Sara Kumiko Abiusi, Managing Director at Accenture Federal Services; Timothy Adams, CEO of Systems Applications & Technologies, Inc., Ellis Carr, CEO of Capital Impact Partners; Tashni-Ann Dubroy, COO of Howard University; You Mon Tsang, CEO of ChurnZero; Sundar Vaidyanathan, CEO of Karsun Solutions; Meg Vootukuru, CEO of Syneren Technologies Corp, and W. Frank Williams, SVP at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Angel Rick, CEO of The Wealth Factory Inc., Dr. Charles Thomas Jr., CEO of Clear Sound, and Julie Weber, Partner at Brllnt, will also be presented awards as “Rising Stars” at the event.
The ceremony, which will take place from 6:00-9:00 p.m., includes cocktail reception and awards dinner. Attendees can come in business casual, cocktail attire. Contact Courtney Nakoneczny email@example.com for more information or any queries.
WBJ event tickets are non-refundable but transferrable. They range from $250-$6,500 and can be purchased here.