During Black History Month – 2017, Blacks on Wall Street, Inc hosted its 4th Annual forum, that’s targeted at underrepresented high school sophomore and senior African-Americans.
This year was attended by 230 High School Juniors and Seniors. They not only got the opportunity to listen and ask questions of a panel of highly successfully Blacks, but were exposed to many non-profits who offer mentorship, scholarships, and internships at Fortune 500 firms.
Chief Administrative Officer – BNYM Treasury
Lenny Singletary currently serves as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Firm’s Corporate Treasury Division, after achieving a long and successful record of accomplishment within various departments across the franchise. In this role, Lenny is responsible for overseeing the strategic management and development of BNY Mellon’s relationships with the Federal Reserve Bank and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), as well as managing compliance and corporate policy adherence, human resources, and technology needs for Treasury.
Founding Partner Ceres Law PC
Rudyard W. Ceres’ work has transcended over 20 years of international legal and financial experience. Rudy has represented Fortune 500 companies, including Boeing, Emerson Electric, Honda and Marriott International and is particularly versed in conducting business in the Americas, Africa and Europe.
Currently, Rudy is Founding Partner of Ceres Law, a minority international corporate law firm based in New York, serving domestic and international clients in a variety of disciplines and industries. Also, he is President of an international consulting firm, WorldCeres Inc., co-founded with his wife, Michele L. Clarke-Ceres which is focused on working with businesses, domestically and internationally; as well as mentoring students and adults in their professional journey.
Vice President Sales, Oracle Corporation
Delores Rochester Over the last two decades Delores (Del) Rochester has held numerous sales, business development and technical leadership roles. Currently, Del is the VP of Cloud Infrastructure at Oracle where she leads a team of maniacally focused sales professionals, dedicated to bringing our Public, Hybrid, and On-Premise Cloud offerings to market.
She is predominantly focused on the North Eastern US and Canadian Unix markets to move critical workloads to the Oracle Cloud and providing the only Unix Cloud solution available in the marketplace today.
Founding CEO, World of Money and Author
Since 2005, author Sabrina Lamb has been the Founding Chief Executive Officer of the WorldofMoney.org, a leading provider of financial education of youth in the New York City Tri-State area.
She is a 2014 and 45th NAACP Image Awards nominee in Outstanding Literary Work-Instructional for her book "Do I Look Like An ATM?
A Parent's Guide To Raising Financially Responsible African-American Children". In 2013, she was honored by Essence Magazine as one of “50 Women Who Make Us Proud”. Sabrina is also a 2013 inductee into the NBC News/The Grio 100 and is also a contributor to the Huffington Post and featured at the Miami International Book Fair.
Co-Founder Beast of the East Productions LLC.
Ramfis Myrthil Beast of the East Productions is a New York based film company. The company was founded by Ramfis Myrthil and Adam Lawrence. Over the years they took their knowledge of the industry and have incorporated it into Beast of the East Productions. Their vision is to create inspirational stories that provoke thought, reflection and change.
With a strong streamline of projects in development their goal is to create a strong presence in New York and provide a wealth of films worldwide.
Beast of the East Productions comprises of creative artists who are able to bring the pen to the pad as writers, provide quality productions as producers and an exciting body of work as actors. Beast of the East Productions has a bright and promising future with its rising talent and passion in filmmaking. Its projects produce a meaningful value in entertainment, which provides an attractive appeal to all audiences