Hudson is chairman of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's Minority Business Advisory Council, and he is president of Young Black Professionals of Arkansas, a 5-year-old nonprofit.
What does YBP stand for?
YBP stands for Young Black Professionals
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 12 other meanings of YBP in our Acronym Attic
- Yahweh Be Praised
- Yankee Book Peddler (Contoocook, New Hampshire)
- Years Before Present
- Yellow Bike Project
- Yellow Bird Project (Montreal, Canada)
- Yellow Book Pages
- Yellow, Blue, Purple
- Yellowstone Business Partnership (various locations)
- Yoga for Busy People
- Yokohama Business Park (Japan)
- Young Burundian Professionals
- Your Business Partner
- Young Black Positive Advocates (London, England, UK)
- Yale Black Political Forum (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
- Brandon, Manitoba, Canada (Airport Code)
- Yamaha Brilliant Riding (motorcycles)
- Yamuna Body Rolling (fitness; New York, NY)
- Yellow Brick Road
- You Better Run (gaming clan)
- Young Boys Rifa
Samples in periodicals archive:
In May, at a networking event for young black professionals, the 23-year-old human resources specialist for Sibley Heart Center Cardiology in Atlanta mingled with her peers, exchanging business cards and war stories about life in the working world.
I am really excited for us to continue our work to develop young Black professionals into senior faculty and administrators," says board member Karen Eley Sanders, assistant provost and director of academic support services at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Thanks, BE, for continually providing insights to business success and empowering young black professionals like myself.
But don't focus on the title: concentrate on the mechanics, because the term is also evolving As traditional urban centers are gentrifying, urban is broadening to include "hip" whites and young black professionals.
But now, says Stewart, there's been an increase in the number of young black professionals who have dedicated themselves to being active agents for social change, as opposed to doggedly pursuing personal wealth.