National Association of Black Accountants

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About Us

The National Association of Black Accountants, Inc., (NABA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging the opportunity gap for students and professionals of color within not just the accounting industry but throughout the business sector by providing leadership and technical training. NABA has exclusive partnerships from companies such as PWC, EY, KPMG, Bloomberg, Deutsche Bank, and many more, and due to such, NABA Brooklyn College has become the go to for all business students! Let us help you in your professional development journey. Come join the NABA family!

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Members Benefits

- Network with the big 4 and other accounting firms - Assistance in resume, interview and application help for internships for members. - Classwork assistance for a lot of accounting majors. - Be apart of a community that are BIPOC and have similar goals as you !

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Connnections

Meeting new students with shared interest

Our Team

Aracelis Rodriguez Profile

Aracelis Rodriguez

Club Connector
Karen Thomas Profile

Karen Thomas

Events Coordinator
Ashley Wat Profile

Ashley Wat

Secretary
Brielle Rowley Profile

Brielle Rowley

Vice-President
Jiaian Flanders Profile

Jiaian Flanders

Events Coordinator
Ezae Darby Profile

Ezae Darby

Marketing Coordinator
Danny Santacruz Profile

Danny Santacruz

Financial Coordinator
Oji Miller-Fernandes Profile

Oji Miller-Fernandes

Membership Coordinator
Nadyah Ibrahim Profile

Nadyah Ibrahim

Financial Coordinator
Adia Braithwaite Profile

Adia Braithwaite

Events Director
Jessica Vaivao Profile

Jessica Vaivao

President
Racquel Porteous Profile

Racquel Porteous

Marketing Director
Kyle King Profile

Kyle King

Treasurer

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