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In addition to his business successes, Darrell has more importantly contributed to the work of revitalizing and advancing Greater Cleveland through youth advocacy and inclusive excellence. The evening’s festivities will begin with a reception in the Atrium outside of the newly decorated Diamond Ballroom, followed by an exciting program celebrating Mr. McNair and honoring our long-standing tradition and history of supporting African American students and scholarship recipients.
Since its inception, the BPACF has distributed over $3.5 million dollars in college scholarships and program support throughout Northeast Ohio. Attached you will find general information about the event and forms that outline the various sponsorship opportunities. Please plan to join us on November 13, as we celebrate Darrell McNair and our future leaders.
Black Professionals Association Charitable Foundation
To create opportunities for African American professionals by providing scholarship, leadership and career development.
To be a catalyst that prepares and develops emerging professionals, celebrates distinguished leaders and elevates our community.
Heritage & Origin
Created in 1977, the Black Professionals Association (BPA) was an organization dedicated to networking, professional growth and development in Greater Cleveland’s African American community.
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