Serving the NBMOA as Chair and CEO for the past 6 years has been both an honor and a privilege.
Ours is a vital and unique organization whose members collectively make meaningful contributions to enhance the community everyday.
We do this because we care and also because we value our ability to make a difference in the lives of so many people. Continue reading
Historically, the National Black McDonald’s Operators and its members have been visible and vocal proponents of many community level initiatives that educate and encourage community engagement.
A recent Consumerist article posed the question, “Can A McDonald’s Be The Center of A Community?”
The answer is an undeniable yes!
This is especially true today as so many communities struggle with issues of inequality, racism and social unrest. Continue reading
Recently, I read a study from the University of California, Riverside School of Business Administration Center for Economic Forecasting and Development. The study’s primary focus was on Black Owned Business changes and trends in inland Southern California, as well as the Region and the Nation.