Ken Theobold
Entergy North East
The programs and activities of the AAMW, and its membership’s involvement in the community are totally consistent with Entergy’s motto of “lighting the way to a brighter future by investing in our communities”.   We are both committed to diversity, expanding educational opportunities, preparation for the challenges of a changing business world, and developing a sense of community service among our young people.
Cindy Rubino
Berkeley College
Programs and activities like the Business Skills Olympics, the Brotherhood Breakfast, and the Visionary Gala are just a few examples of the vast talents, resources, and commitment that the AAMW have utilized to make Westchester a better place for all of us.
Dr. Marsha Gordon
Business Counsel of Westchester
The work of the African American Men of Westchester is key to the future of Westchester’s business community.  The AAMW is building the intellectual capital of our region’s future workforce by nurturing the partnerships between business and our young people. We are especially proud to be a co-sponsor of the Annual Brotherhood Breakfast, which celebrates the rich diversity of our business community.