National Society for Black Engineers
|Vice President||Tobi Olasubulumi|
|VP Academics||Edem Nuviadenu|
|VP Communications||David Enga|
|VP Programs||Rugia Malik|
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) was created by two engineering students at Purdue University, Edward Barnett and Fred Cooper. NSBE’s main goal is to provide academic and career opportunities to its members through various programs, scholarships and training.
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is to increase the number of culturally responsible students who excel academically to also succeed professionally and thereby make a positive impact in the community. Our objectives are to stimulate and develop interest in engineering, sciences and business. We encourage members to seek advanced degrees in their fields and to obtain professional registrations.
NSBE McGill aims to:
- empower engineering students from different minority groups through events geared towards academic and career development.
- encourage the enrollment of young adults from minority groups in STEM fields.
A Walk for Education
Black History Month - Black Legacy Dinner
NSBE McGill was established in 1991. It is the first international chapter to be created and is part of the NSBE Canada zone.
Previous Executive Teams
|Vice President||Joy Chizoba Chianu|
|VP Communication||Bashir A. Ahmed|
|VP Academics||Valary Malowa|
|VP Programs||Tobi Olasubulumi|
|VP Membership||Ellina Kouam-Sangona|
|VP Communication||Joy Chizoba Chianu|
|VP Finance||John Chikezie|
|VP Academics||Monnie Flicky and Ramson Mwanyai|
|VP Programs||Hannah Isaac|
|VP Membership||David Ugo|
|VP Finance||Tinotenda Makuvire|
|VP Academics||Hannah Isaac|
|VP Programs||Iptisam Sani|
|Vice President||Beverly Muita|
|VP Communication||Thaddeus Ecko|
|VP Academics||Joy Chizoba Chianu|
|VP Finance||Adeola Odunsanya|
|VP External||Clovis Fowo|
|VP Membership||Fola Bankole|
|VP Media||Kosa Akaraiwe|