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Apply to be on the 2014-2015 NEB or PEB Apply to be on the 2014-2015 NEB or PEB

Take the next step up to leadership! Apply for the 2014-2015 open positions of the National Executive Board or Professional Executive Board! Be a part of the board of directors of the National Society of Black Engineers - expand your network, mix and mingle with high-ranking officials, make a difference in NSBE! 

Application Deadline for NEB Candidates: April 13
Application Deadline for PEB Candidates: April 21


SAT to drop essay requirement and return to top score of 1600 in redesign of admission test SAT to drop essay requirement and return to top score of 1600 in redesign of admission test

The SAT college admission test will no longer require a timed essay, will dwell less on fancy vocabulary and will return to the familiar 1600-point scoring scale in a major overhaul intended to open doors to higher education for students who are now shut out.

The second redesign of the SAT this century, announced Wednesday, will take effect in early 2016, as today’s ninth graders are sitting for their college admission tests.

Source: Washington Post


NSBE Luncheon Focuses On Leadership And Voice NSBE Luncheon Focuses On Leadership And Voice

The National Society of Black Engineers Potomac River Professionals held the latest iteration of its “Lunch and Learn” series March 27 at the University of Mary Washington Dahlgren Campus, where guest speaker Tonya McNair, deputy program manager for the Above Water Sensors Directorate within the Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems, offered insight on leadership and finding one’s voice.



National Executive Board

Administrative Zone

Sossena Wood (Bio)

Lacie Pierre (Bio)

Brianna Hammond (Bio)

Corey E. Baker (Bio)


Programs Chairperson
Jasmine I. Keene (Bio)

Ahmed Awadelkarim (Bio)

National Chair Emeritus
Calvin Young (Bio)

  Professionals Chairperson
Keith Humphrey


Communications Zone


Communications Chairperson
Jordan Gill

Public Relations Chairperson
Khalia Braswell (Bio)

Publications Chairperson
Shuffarel Bonaparte



Finance Zone


Finance Chairperson
 Gabriel Draper

National Financial Controller
Carly Cobbold (Bio)

2014 Convention Planning Committee Chairperson
Brandon Johnson

National Treasurer Emeritus



National Assistant Treasurer
Special Projects

Krystal McDoom




Programs Zone


Academic Excellence Chairperson
Tiffani A. Davis

Business Diversity Chairperson

Leadership Institute Chairperson
  Makita Phillips

Pre-College Initiative Chairperson
Paula A. McCall (Bio)



National Leadership Conference Chair
Andrew Ellis



Membership Zone

National Membership Chairperson
Charon Miller

Region I Chairperson
Sukari A. Brown

Region II Chairperson
Vernon Cutting

Region III Chairperson
Jessica Ford

Region IV Chairperson
Harry Kennedy

Region V Chairperson
JaRod Collins (Bio)

Region VI Chairperson
Demetri Wilright

International Committee Chairperson
Henrietta Kasaini

Photography By: Tiffany Lively