BYP New Year New Network event 2023
Attend on January 19th 2023 and connect with hundreds of Black Professionals.
Changing the black narrative
BYP Network is the partner of choice for hundreds of organisations looking to genuinely diversify their talent pools by tapping into the Black professional community. With 150k members, 50+ events a year and hundreds of mentorship opportunities, we are the place to go for all things Black professional. Through our products and services, we enable companies to enhance their brand as an employer of choice to the Black community and hire from a talent pool that has previously been difficult to reach.
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Working with industry leaders
Join Hearst’s Head of Diversity & Belonging, Richie Booker, as he sits down with Kenya Hunt to discuss her career journey. Kenya Hunt is Editor-in-Chief of ELLE
A panel event on making an impact featuring three young leaders. About this event BY-Peers Lagos is pleased to present a panel event on making
Talk about banking and what springs to mind for many people is smart suits, bank tellers endless spreadsheets and a long list of obscure acronyms
Connecting Black Professionals
To each other, job opportunities, black businesses and events
BYP Network is a platform with tens of thousands of members across the globe and we provide a social network, professional development blogs, leadership podcasts and events as well as newsletters.
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We want to ensure that there is a future where black people can see themselves represented in all industries.
BYP Network aims to harness and elevate the status of the Black professional, shatter misconceptions of the Black narrative and promote equity in the professional sphere.
Aondo-Kume Feese serves as a Business Risk Unit Manager at Morgan Stanley. His responsibilities are vital to ensuring the business analyses potential risks, prevents them from occurring, and handles them if they arise.
To be successful in his role, Feese brings nearly a decade of experience and expertise that he’s earned internally at the firm. He started as an Analyst, then progressed to an Associate, and was promoted to Director in the Operations division, before landing his current role within the firm’s Bank Resource Management division. Feese regularly leans on his previously acquired skills to deliver above what’s asked of him.
How Mentorship Helped Mars VP Erik Owino Move Beyond Self-Limiting Beliefs To Forge His Path To Success
When it comes to a diverse cultural lens, Owino has a unique insight. Growing up as a half Swedish and half Kenyan child, he was exposed to a multicultural environment he would spend years learning to navigate. BYP sat with him during an open conversation about his experience, self-perception, and professional growth.
Noticing a lack of ethnic minority engineers, Dr. Ollie Folayan took action and began developing programmes to boost education, mentoring, and awareness in his community.
We help organisations to ATTRACT, ENGAGE, RECRUIT and RETAIN Black Talent from our network
of over 50,000 Black professionals.