Join students, professional members and corporate partners from the Pacific Northwest for an evening of music, dinner, and presentations at our

29th Annual Scholarship & Awards Banquet.

Visit our Banquet Page for information on applying for scholarships and attending this years event at the

Museum of Flight on Thursday, May 28th.  

 

Be more than just black. Stay connected, be flexible, stay consistent.
— David Pierre-Louis | LUCID Lounge

 We are part of a nationwide professional association with the primary purpose of developing, encouraging and serving as a resource for the greater participation by African-Americans and other minorities in the accounting and finance professions.

 

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Corporate partners in the greater Seattle area have found a strategic fit with the Seattle Chapter for several years. Meeting recruitment goals, providing professional development and increasing diversity & inclusion within their accounting and finance organizations are top priorities the chapter has helped corporate partners achieve.

Click HERE to review our chapter prospectus for partnership opportunities. Visit our Partners Page or contact our chapter President, Stephen Ejide (president@nabaseattle.org) or Vice President, Kelley Smith (vp@nabaseattle.org) for more information.


Increasing the number of black accountants across the nation is the essence of NABA's mission. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants mission is to provide members with resources, information, and leadership that enables them to provide valuable services in the highest professional manner to benefit the public as well as employers and clients.

Watch this video produced by the AICPA & The Alabama Society of Public Accountants for bit of historical context.