WHO ARE WE?
The National Association of African Americans in Human Resources Northeast Alliance (NAAAHR NEA) serves members, supporters, and sponsors of the Northeastern states within NAAAHR, including: Baltimore MD, Connecticut, Delaware, New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode Island), Philadelphia PA, New Jersey, Washington D.C., and Western New York/Rochester. NAAAHR NEA will connect you with Black and African American HR and business professionals and leaders throughout the Northeast region of the US. Network with us to builld leadership competencies, keep abreast of the latest HR, EEO and Compliance updates, support equitable and inclusive people practices in your workplaces, and brand your business as an employer of choice!
NAAAHR NEA PRESIDENTS
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AFRICAN AMERICANS IN HUMAN RESOURCES
Our Mission and Vision
NAAAHR exists to provide a unique global forum for the career development of
Black and African American human resources professionals.
The National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR), is an
inspirational and unique career development and networking powerhouse for Black
and African American human resources practitioners and those who are aligned with
our goals to provide: Networking, Career Opportunities, Educational and Professional
Development, Mentorship and Coaching and Tools, Tips and Resources. These opportunities
will enhancethe careers of our members and position them to be key contributors of the
strategic direction of their organizations!
Incorporated in September 1998 in the State of Maryland, the NAAAHR was co-sponsored by the Baltimore Black Human Resources Network a
nd the Washington DC Black Human Resources Network. The NAAAHR was formed by a coalition of 17 local organizations of Black and African American
professionals and consultants from many cities across the country.
The Association’s social media community is made up of a collection of over 25,000 HR members, affiliates and operates over 25 chapters and interest groups throughout
the nation. Many of the members are affiliated with other professional and trade organizations but find their local NAAAHR chapter a valued resource for shared
learning, professional development and personal growth opportunities.
To establish a national network and forum for Black and African American HR practitioners.
To serve as a resource to individuals interested in entering the Human Resources profession.
To conduct, monitor and disseminate research and analysis on major workforce issues.
To influence platforms of national and international organizations on human capital best practices.
To establish a mechanism to monitor legislation and other factors that affect Human Resources practitioners and to develop strategies that effectively
represent membership interests.
To provide opportunities for professional development which advances and expands the knowledge of HR practitioners.
To provide vehicles for connectivity and best-practice sharing amongst members