MCCA EVENTS

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association holds exceptional events and conferences throughout the year that focus on networking, career development, education, and job training. Attendees learn, connect, and are inspired. Below is a list of our upcoming events and programs. We hope to see you there.

Please click here for instructions to add events@mcca.com to your Safe Sender List, Address Book, or Contacts to receive future communications regarding MCCA Events.

Want to sponsor one of our events?

MCCA EVENTS

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association holds exceptional events and conferences throughout the year that focus on networking, career development, education, and job training. Attendees learn, connect, and are inspired. Below is a list of our upcoming events and programs.
We hope to see you there.

Please click here for instructions to add events@mcca.com to your Safe Sender List, Address Book, or Contacts to receive future communications regarding MCCA Events.

Want to sponsor one of our events?

MCCA EVENTS

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association holds exceptional events and conferences throughout the year that focus on networking, career development, education, and job training.

Attendees learn, connect, and are inspired. Below is a list of our upcoming events and programs. We hope to see you there.

Please click here for instructions to add events@mcca.com to your Safe Sender List, Address Book, or Contacts to receive future communications regarding MCCA Events.

Want to sponsor one of our events?

Working With MCCA

MCCA has created a new “Request for Proposal” (RFP) process to provide transparency, improve our operations and manage our third-party vendors efficiently. We also hope to create opportunities for women and minority-owned businesses to earn our business in a competitive manner that is transparent and fair while getting MCCA the best value to ensure our dollars stretch the farthest.

The bidding for the Pathways Conference Event Planner RFP and Diversity Gala Event Planner RFP is now closed.
Please check back soon for future RFP opportunities.

Working With MCCA

MCCA has created a new “Request for Proposal” (RFP) process to provide transparency, improve our operations and manage our third-party vendors efficiently. We also hope to create opportunities for women and minority-owned businesses to earn our business in a competitive manner that is transparent and fair while getting MCCA the best value to ensure our dollars stretch the farthest.

The bidding for the Pathways Conference Event Planner RFP and Diversity Gala Event Planner RFP is now closed. Please check back soon for future RFP opportunities.

ORGANIZATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

AtIAS

Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture - The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements

APRIL 28, 2022 @ 4:45PM ET | WEBINAR

The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) and Emory University Law School invite you to attend the Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture on the evening of April 28th 2022.

Our Speaker this year is Sternford Moyo, President of the International Bar Association (IBA), Chairman and Senior Partner of one of Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest law firms, Scanlen & Holderness. The Lecture will consider The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements.

IBA President Moyo is the first IBA President of African descent and is widely regarded as one of Southern Africa’s leading corporate and commercial lawyers. Mr. Moyo has held numerous senior IBA roles, including: Council Member, Management Board Member, Advisory Board Member and Chair of the African Regional Forum, Deputy Secretary-General for Southern Africa, Co-Chair of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), Trustee of IBA-established entities, such as the Southern Africa Litigation Centre and eyeWitness to Atrocities, and member of the Task Force on Illicit Financial Flows, Poverty and Human Rights.

The program will feature a welcome address by Emory Law School Dean, Mary Anne Bobinski, and a Tribute to Emory Law Alumnus and AtlAS stalwart Bernard “Ben” Greer (Alston Bird LLP, retired). The Lecture will be held on Emory’s beautiful campus. You may attend in-person or virtually. The reception begins at 4:45 pm in the Hunter Atrium, and the program will begin at 6:00 pm in Tull Auditorium, in the Law School.

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EQUILAR DIVERSITY NETWORK ETHNICITY DATA CAMPAIGN

We are proud to announce that MCCA has partnered with the Equilar Diversity Network (EDN) to launch a data campaign to aggregate additional measures of diversity, specifically race/ethnicity. We’d like to invite MCCA members to participate in this important campaign, and encourage you to ask your executive and board member colleagues to do the same, to increase transparency around ethnic representation on corporate boards and the C-suite.

Members can claim their profiles on Equilar’s BoardEdge platform, which hosts more than 500,000 executive and board member profiles for board search opportunities. By self-selecting ethnicity, participants are supporting a data-driven approach to increase board diversity while also making profiles more accessible when diverse candidates are searched.

In partnership with Equilar, we’ll be releasing a report this fall on our progress. We hope you take a moment to participate, and we look forward to continuing our important work together.

PARTICIPATE NOW

ORGANIZATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

AtIAS

Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture - The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements

APRIL 28, 2022 @ 4:45PM ET | WEBINAR

The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) and Emory University Law School invite you to attend the Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture on the evening of April 28th 2022.

Our Speaker this year is Sternford Moyo, President of the International Bar Association (IBA), Chairman and Senior Partner of one of Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest law firms, Scanlen & Holderness. The Lecture will consider The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements.

IBA President Moyo is the first IBA President of African descent and is widely regarded as one of Southern Africa’s leading corporate and commercial lawyers. Mr. Moyo has held numerous senior IBA roles, including: Council Member, Management Board Member, Advisory Board Member and Chair of the African Regional Forum, Deputy Secretary-General for Southern Africa, Co-Chair of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), Trustee of IBA-established entities, such as the Southern Africa Litigation Centre and eyeWitness to Atrocities, and member of the Task Force on Illicit Financial Flows, Poverty and Human Rights.

The program will feature a welcome address by Emory Law School Dean, Mary Anne Bobinski, and a Tribute to Emory Law Alumnus and AtlAS stalwart Bernard “Ben” Greer (Alston Bird LLP, retired). The Lecture will be held on Emory’s beautiful campus. You may attend in-person or virtually. The reception begins at 4:45 pm in the Hunter Atrium, and the program will begin at 6:00 pm in Tull Auditorium, in the Law School.

REGISTER NOW

EQUILAR DIVERSITY NETWORK ETHNICITY DATA CAMPAIGN

We are proud to announce that MCCA has partnered with the Equilar Diversity Network (EDN) to launch a data campaign to aggregate additional measures of diversity, specifically race/ethnicity. We’d like to invite MCCA members to participate in this important campaign, and encourage you to ask your executive and board member colleagues to do the same, to increase transparency around ethnic representation on corporate boards and the C-suite.

Members can claim their profiles on Equilar’s BoardEdge platform, which hosts more than 500,000 executive and board member profiles for board search opportunities. By self-selecting ethnicity, participants are supporting a data-driven approach to increase board diversity while also making profiles more accessible when diverse candidates are searched.

In partnership with Equilar, we’ll be releasing a report this fall on our progress. We hope you take a moment to participate, and we look forward to continuing our important work together.

PARTICIPATE NOW

ORGANIZATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

AtIAS

Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture - The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements

APRIL 28, 2022 @ 4:45PM ET | WEBINAR

The Atlanta International Arbitration Society (AtlAS) and Emory University Law School invite you to attend the Seventh Annual AtlAS Hybrid Lecture on the evening of April 28th 2022.

Our Speaker this year is Sternford Moyo, President of the International Bar Association (IBA), Chairman and Senior Partner of one of Zimbabwe’s oldest and largest law firms, Scanlen & Holderness. The Lecture will consider The Importance of International Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in International Commercial Agreements.

IBA President Moyo is the first IBA President of African descent and is widely regarded as one of Southern Africa’s leading corporate and commercial lawyers. Mr. Moyo has held numerous senior IBA roles, including: Council Member, Management Board Member, Advisory Board Member and Chair of the African Regional Forum, Deputy Secretary-General for Southern Africa, Co-Chair of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), Trustee of IBA-established entities, such as the Southern Africa Litigation Centre and eyeWitness to Atrocities, and member of the Task Force on Illicit Financial Flows, Poverty and Human Rights.

The program will feature a welcome address by Emory Law School Dean, Mary Anne Bobinski, and a Tribute to Emory Law Alumnus and AtlAS stalwart Bernard “Ben” Greer (Alston Bird LLP, retired). The Lecture will be held on Emory’s beautiful campus. You may attend in-person or virtually. The reception begins at 4:45 pm in the Hunter Atrium, and the program will begin at 6:00 pm in Tull Auditorium, in the
Law School.

REGISTER NOW

EQUILAR DIVERSITY NETWORK ETHNICITY DATA CAMPAIGN

We are proud to announce that MCCA has partnered with the Equilar Diversity Network (EDN) to launch a data campaign to aggregate additional measures of diversity, specifically race/ethnicity. We’d like to invite MCCA members to participate in this important campaign, and encourage you to ask your executive and board member colleagues to do the same, to increase transparency around ethnic representation on corporate boards and the C-suite.

Members can claim their profiles on Equilar’s BoardEdge platform, which hosts more than 500,000 executive and board member profiles for board search opportunities. By self-selecting ethnicity, participants are supporting a data-driven approach to increase board diversity while also making profiles more accessible when diverse candidates are searched.

In partnership with Equilar, we’ll be releasing a report this fall on our progress. We hope you take a moment to participate, and we look forward to continuing our important work together.

PARTICIPATE NOW

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