Temple hosts local NABA Student Chapters for an event focused on achieving leadership in business.

Friday, March 253:30p.m. to 6:00 p.m.Alter Hall, Room 133

About this Event

Hear from President Guylaine Saint Juste and join the NABA community for a panel featuring Black leaders who will discuss how they achieved success in their careers. Plus, learn how to navigate the challenges of the current work environment and continue to develop leadership skills, best practices and professional etiquette so you can thrive in your field.

For Fox students, 150 FLDP points will be provided.

Please note: The dress code for this event is business professional.


3:30 p.m. | Guests check-in and networking

4:00 p.m. | Opening remarks from Temple NABA Chapter

  • Marquise Boyd, Temple NABA Fundraising Chair and senior finance major
  • Wayne W. Williams, professor of accounting at the Fox School, Temple NABA chapter advisor
  • Zöe Morgan, Temple NABA President, and senior finance major with a real estate minor
  • Randell Daniels, Philadelphia NABA Chapter co-director of student members and services, auditor in financial operations at Comcast Global Audit

4:35 p.m. | Introduction of Keynote Speaker

  • Chuck Allen, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Students

4:45 p.m. | Keynote remarks

  • President Guylaine Saint Juste, National Associations of Black Accountants

5:20 p.m. | Panel: Bridging the Gap Between from College to Business Career Professional

  • Maya Kilcullen, BBA ’20, equity research analyst at J.P. Morgan
  • Rautz Marc, BBA ’06, MS ’16, senior risk director at Vanguard, current president of NABA Eastern Region
  • Alonna Whittle, CFE, BBA ’14, internal auditor at First American Financial Corporation, current president of NABA Philadelphia
  • Trevor W. Williams, CPA, BBA ’91, director of diversity, equity and inclusion, GRF CPAs and Advisors

6:00 p.m. | End


Alter Hall, Room 133, 1801 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19122