NSBE CEO Janeen Uzzell Profiled By Inc.

From the underrepresentation of black engineers to creating inclusive environments for affiliate partners, Janeen Uzzell talks about how the organization is helping to reshape the community both within and outside of the National Society of Black Engineers. 

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NSBE Featured in STEM Magazine

STEM Magazine profiles NSBE, speaking with CEO Janeen Uzzell about inspiring pre-collegiate students to pursue technical degrees, NSBE's 10 year strategic plan, and NSBE's program areas to achieve that plan.

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NSBE CEO Janeen Uzzell Discusses Her First Year

White House Honoree Janeen Uzzell talks about her one year anniversary as NSBE's CEO including coming back to convention following COVID, upcoming initiatives, and promoting change from within the organization as she moves into her second year.

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NSBE Responds To Member's Recent Police Incident


NSBE member and University of Tennessee alum Brandon Calloway was the victim of a violent police incident over a minor traffic stop. NSBE continues to stand with Brandon and all those impacted by police violence as we pursue true equality for all Americans.

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Game Change 2025, the 2020–2025 Strategic Plan of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), reshapes the work of the Society’s mission to enable greater success in the coming era of social and economic transformation.

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NSBE Stands With Ukraine and Buffalo

NSBE stands united with all of those impacted by the mass shooting in Buffalo and the tens of thousands of African students in the Ukraine. We offer our full support to those affected by these acts of violence and stand in solidarity with those seeking peace.


NSBE Social Justice

A Call for Justice: We Shall Not Be Moved

Our community has experienced too many injustices that have been promoted by systemic racism and institutionalized oppression.

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NSBE Condemns Violence Against AAPI Community

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) stands with the loved ones of the eight persons slain and one person injured in the senseless shootings that took place at 3 metro Atlanta spas on March 16th. NSBE recognizes that violence against any community is a threat to us all, therefore, we join the nation’s Asian-American communities, and warriors for peace and justice everywhere, in calling for a thorough investigation of the motives of the crime and for the development and implementation of a national plan to stem the current rising tide of hate speech and hate crimes against Asians in the United States.

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