CHICAGO, IL - DiversityMBA Magazine, an internationally distributed publication targeting
business professionals in corporate America, entrepreneurs, and students has named
the 2012 Top 100 Under 50 Diverse Executive & Emerging Leaders.
The leaders were selected from a group of more than 300 highly competitive candidates
from public and privately held companies, as well as entrepreneurs and not for profit
organizations. We are pleased that organizations have taken a leadership role in
their business sector to recognize and promote leaders for their achievements and
Chicago State University Vice President of Enrollment Management, Angela Henderson
and Dean of the College of Business, Derrick Collins, were among few honorees in higher
"We are humbled by the success of our Top 100 under 50 recognition program. We aspired
to recognize high potential and seasoned executives for their outstanding leadership
within their organization and communities. We believe that celebrating individuals
who value higher education is a unique recognition in aligning leadership and education"
says Pam McElvane, CEO & Publisher.
The honorees were featured in DiversityMBA Magazine's summer 2012 issue and honored
at the magazine's Awards Gala held September 20th & 21st at the Palmer House Hilton
Hotel, Chicago, IL. The gala and leadership forum has proven to be one the of the
most powerful and engaging forums of its kind, with 85 percent of the Top 100 Under
50 Diverse Executive and Emerging Leaders in attendance.
DiversityMBA Magazine is a global leadership publication for professionals seeking
to enhance their knowledge base from a thought leadership perspective.
Another product of the magazine is "50 Out Front List: Best Places for Diverse Managers
to Work," which recognizes organizations that not only demonstrate their strong commitment
to diversity but also understand the value of supporting external programs that enhance
leadership and retention within their organizations.
This year's honorees come from around the world, including China, Africa, and Europe
and from a wide spectrum of industries, including retail, financial services, automotive,
railroad, healthcare, education, medical, pharmaceutical, communications, government
and consulting. Eighty percent are from corporate America.
Please visit DiversityMBA Magazine for more information.