Harvard Business School Honors Its Black Alumnae

The African American Alumni Association of Harvard Business School has launched a new website that profiles Black alumnae who have gone on to successful careers. The site was established in conjunction with the 50th anniversary celebration of co-education in the full-time MBA program at Harvard Business School.

lillian-lincoln-lambert-smAmong the women profiled are Lillian Lincoln Lambert, who in 1969 was the first African American woman to earn an MBA at Harvard Business School. She established a building maintenance company in her garage that grew into a $20 million company with more than 1,200 employees.

The website can be viewed here.

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