LEADERS OF TOMORROW
Since its inception in 1991, the NBMBAA® Leaders of Tomorrow® Program has mentored more than 8,000 talented youth aspiring to leadership roles in professional fields. The LOT® Program is a comprehensive programmatic approach for providing leadership development to high school students. The program is driven by mentoring across four developmental areas: Leadership, Financial Literacy, College Preparation and Career Preparation. The program offers participants resources, knowledge and opportunities in the way of mentoring relationships, scholarships, and internships.
LOT® strives to teach each participants fundamental leadership skills and provide you with opportunities to practice and refine these abilities.
LOT CO-CHAIR - KELLI MILLER
Kelli Miller is originally from Detroit, Michigan. She has lived in Virginia for 16 years, 5 of those in Northern Virginia. In 2006 Kelli achieved her Bachelor's degree in Marketing Management from
Davenport University. She achieved her 1st MBA in Finance from Trident University and a 2nd MBA in Accounting and Financial Management from Keller Graduate School Of management. She is a veteran of the Navy and the Virginia Army National Guard. She is currently a Senior Financial Management Analyst with supporting the Navy Office of the Inspector General at Koniag Government Services. She has been working in accounting and financial management within the Department of Defense for over 13 years. She has been an active member of the DC Chapter of the Black MBA Association since 2019.
LOT CO-CHAIR - TIESCHEKA STUART
Ms. Stuart holds a Master’s Degree in Education and has been active in the field of hospitality training and education development for twenty years. For the eleven years she has taught both at the high school and post-secondary level. Ms. Stuart consistently provides strategic leadership planning and strong execution with a continual process improvement mindset. Her focus results in an increase performance that analyzes situations for root cause while developing effective corrective action plans. Presently, she serves as the Career & Technical Education Teacher and Advisor for SkillsUSA at Roosevelt STAY Opportunity Academy.
2019 Business Case Competition
Some of the specific programs that students in the program participate in include:
- Twice monthly, specially curated professional development programming
- Oratorical competition
- Chapter Case Competition
- National Case Competition
- Annual LOT Leadership Summit
- HBCU College/University Tour
- Fun events
- Networking with corporate partners
... and many other opportunities!
Students have the potential to earn scholarship money for participating in the LOT program, with opportunities to earn even more!