Marilyn French Hubbard
Marilyn French Hubbard is the founder of the National Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs, Inc. (NABWE), listed by the New York Times in 1995 as a top black business group for networking. She is a nationally recognized authority on marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership and women’s issues. She has served in several corporate and federal leadership roles through appointments by Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. She specializes in performance management, executive coaching, training and accountability for individuals and organizations. She has earned a BA and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.