Academy Securities, a registered broker-dealer, certified Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE), and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), sponsored the First Annual Black Female Network Breakfast at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, on October 26, 2019.
The Firm is honored to support this group of Naval Academy alumni in their initiatives to provide pathways of success to this group of strong female midshipmen and to develop networking opportunities for the enhancement of their careers. At the breakfast event, notable guests and alumni gathered to celebrate the legacy that these females carry and their responsibility to pave the way for future generations. The order of events included a breakfast sponsored by Academy, and a panel discussion with a Q&A session. “As a Minority Business Enterprise, we understand how important diversity is to a company and our society,” said Chance Mims, Academy’s founder and CEO. “We are honored to support such a valuable event that helps nurture the careers of this group of Midshipmen.”
Academy Securities’ leadership consists of several Naval Academy graduates including CEO, Chance Mims, President, Phil McConkey, CFO and COO, Anthony Graham and CCO, Michael Boyd. Additionally, Academy’s advisory board is represented by distinguished Naval Academy alumni including VADM (Ret.) Edward M. Straw, RADM (Ret.) Julius Caesar, LtGen (Ret.) Robert S. Walsh, RADM Mark Heinrich, and VADM (Ret.) Robert S. Harward.
SOURCE: Black PR Wire