Identity> Black Business Students Association (BBSA)

The UCLA Anderson Black Business Students Association strives to foster a sense of community and teamwork by coming together to share personal, academic, and professional insights. BBSA seeks to provide opportunities for our members to enhance their professional development and recruiting prospects, and provide a stable peer-support system.


BBSA Officers


Tazia Middleton


Felix Watson


Armund Allen

VP of Professional Development and Outreach

Ghermayn Baker

VP of Admissions

Landon Medlock

VP of Events

Amari Guisinger

VP of Marketing and Communications

Dominique Akens

VP of FEMBA Relations



National Black MBA Conference

Each year, more than 10,000 professionals from around the world attend this annual conference and exposition presented by the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) and Prospanica. The 2017 conference, held at the Philadelphia Convention Center, will offer attendees a week-long exploration of leadership, career opportunities, and networking connections that enable professional development. BBSA members are encouraged to attend this conference and participate in the NBMBAA Case Competition. Support is provided if needed.

Alumni Brunches

BBSA Members, Alumni, and distinguished Senior Associate Dean Al Osborne convene at the Bel-Air Country Club to network and share success.

Black History Month Fireside Chat and Anderson Afternoon

One of the most highly attended Fireside Chats of the year. Members of BBSA participate in a panel, taking a deep dive into various cultural topics with Anderson classmates and faculty. Afterwards, BBSA hosts Anderson Afternoons, bringing unique cuisine to the Anderson community.