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BBA Alumni: Wine & Cheese Soirée

Friday, Jul 14 2023 at 6:30 - 8:30 pm EDT

Alumni | In Person

40 W 25th St, New York, NY 10010, USA

Black Business Alliance Alumni invites all Yale SOM alumni to a special evening of making an impact on business & society on Friday, July 14 in New York City! The BBA Alumni Affinity Group will host their inaugural in-person event as a Wine & Cheese Soiree at NOIR et BLANC; a Black-owned fashion boutique by former model & stylist, Deborah Koenigsberger. The Yale SOM Alumni community is encouraged to join us for this special evening of networking and community building while supporting a local Black-owned business and nonprofit organization.

Attendees may be joined by Professor Heidi Brooks. If you’re interested in joining, please register as space is limited. If you know an alum who frequently travels to NYC for business and might be interested, please don’t hesitate to pass along an invitation to join this wine & cheese soirée with them.

About NOIR et BLANC, Hearts of Gold & The Thrifty HoG: NOIR et BLANC is a Black, woman-owned fashion boutique in New York City. The owner, Deborah Koenigsberger, is a proud mother of a Yale College Alum and the founder of a local NYC non-profit, helping homeless women and their children since May 2010 called, Hearts of Gold, whose mission and purpose is “reimaging the future of homeless mothers and their children, together, by helping them to become confident and self-sufficient as they prepare to transition out of the New York City shelter system to permanent homes.” To further support Hearts of Gold, Deborah used her expertise in the fashion industry and opened The Thrifty HoG, an upscale resale boutique that employs Heart of Gold mothers and all proceeds directly fund Hearts of Gold’s programs & services.

When: Friday, July 14, 2023 | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. EST
Where: NOIR et BLANC | 40 W 25th St, New York, NY 10010, USA
Cost: $15/alumni & guest

Parking: Public transportation or ride share recommended (Parking Garage available on the corner of W 24th Street & 6th Ave)