Since inception in 1998 Minority Professional Network (MPN) has continuously leveraged formal or informal online and offline partnerships and alliances to enhance value and benefit for our users, subscribers, partners, clients and advertisers.  Our well-rounded and strategic approach to branding and awareness encompasses: (1) Partnerships & Alliances, (2) e-Communications, (3) Social Media, (4) Online Advertising, (5) Public Relations, and (6) Offline Events. 

Our steadily growing list of online, e-Marketing or offline partners or resource users have included many thousands of entities, including the following:

Academic Institutions, Agencies, Businesses, Organizations, Groups, Online Sites, Networks, Coalitions, Media, Councils, etc.


§   100 Black Men of America

§   Alpha Kappa  Alpha Sorority

§   Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity

§   American Society of Women Accountants

§   Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)

§   Asian Women In Business (AWIB)

§   Association of Hispanic Advertising Agencies (AHAA)

§   Atlanta Business League (ABL)

§   Bernard Hodes Group

§   Bernard Hodes SmartPost

§   Black Business Professionals and Entrepreneurs

§   Black Career Women (BCW)

§   Black College Reunion (Barton Thomas Comm.)

§   Black Enterprise


§   Blacks in Technology

§   Boy Scouts of America

§   Boys and Girls Clubs

§   Clinton School of Public Service

§   Contemporary Istanbul (Turkey) Art Fair

§   Council for Opportunity in Education (COEnet)


§   Delta Tau Lambda Sorority

§   Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

§   Emory University (Goizueta)

§   EmployeeROI

§   Essence


§   Executive Leadership Symposium for Women


§ (George C. Fraser)


§   Gamma Phi Delta Sorority

§   Girls Quest

§   Give N Take Network for Women

§   HBCU Network

§   Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA)

§   Health Power for Minorities

§   Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)

§   Hispanic Business Foundation

§   Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA)


§   International Association of Hispanic Meeting Professionals (IAHMP)

§   J. Walter Thompson (JWT)


§   Kunta Kinte Celebrations

§   Latin American Association

§   Linkage Summit on Leading Diversity


§   The MBADiversity Organization

§   Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

§   Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

§   Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA)

§   Minority Chamber of Commerce (FL)



§   National Association of Minority Investors (NAoMI)

§   National Black MBA Assoc. (NBMBAA)

§   National Career Fairs

§   National Coalition of 100 Black Women

§   National Council of Jewish Women

§   National Council of La Raza

§   National Minority Supplier Diversity Council

§   National Organization for Mexican American Rights (NOMAR)

§   National Organization of Black Law Enforcement  Executives (NOBLE)

§   National Sales Network

§   National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA)

§   National Urban League

§   Networking For Professionals

§   Network of Indian Professionals (NetIP)

§   Non-Profit Leadership League

§   The New Leaders

§   Northstar Conferences

§   Professional Career Development Institute

§   Sales and Marketing Executives Club (SME)

§   Shomex Diversity Career Fairs


§   South Asian Journalist Association


§   TAG TEAM Marketing International

§   TechExpo

§   Texas L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Education and Diversity)

§   TMP Worldwide


§   United Negro College Fund (UNCF)

§   Urban League of Young Professionals


§   U.S. Department of State

§   U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

§   Vertical Response

§   Women Entrepreneurs Of America

§   Women for Hire

§   Women of Color in Technology

§   And Many More…

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