Professionals contribute their unique perspectives, experience and insight to the successful governance of organizations.
AABLI recruits and prepares African Americans for leadership roles on a broad range of governing boards.
We aim to increase active participation of African Americans on governing boards.
Diversity gives institutions the opportunity to be better aligned with the communities they serve, improve decision-making and expand networks of dedicated talent.
Public Boards and Commissions Training
The Public Boards and Commissions Training is designed to train AABLI Alumni on the state, county and/or city commissions process.
The first session is on State commissions and will be held: Saturday, December 3, 2016
AABLI Board Leadership Program
AABLI’s Board Leadership Program prepares professionals for board placement and sharpen their board skills. This two-day intensive program is taught by individuals in academia, nonprofit and business professions.
The Value of AABLI
AABLI offers business professionals training, guidance, and opportunities in their pursuit of board leadership. Alumni and experienced board members can benefit from our continuing education courses, webinars, invitations to guest speakers series, and valuable networking events.
Many boards lack diversity and tend to elect individuals who share the same personal networks. This potentially limits opportunities to reach beyond their boundaries. AABLI helps organizations diversify and find qualified African American candidates to serve on their boards.
AABLI is pioneering change for this country and will soon be a global force. If you’re ready to gain or enhance your board presence and impact your community at the decision table, sign up with AABLI today!
–LaVada English, Class #10
I commend AABLI for the targeted focus to support African Americans serving boards. It was so inspiring to learn from a brilliant faculty and to be in a cohort of the best and brightest.
–Kelly Redmond, Class #10
I consider it my personal responsibility to join a board not only to expand my network, but to enhance my personal and professional experience. AABLI is there to help me, as an alum, achieve my objectives. I have learned a great deal from the board interview process alone.
–Brittany Carter, Class #7