NAMIC is pleased to announce the first of three (3) 2018 NAMIC Leadership Seminar scholarship opportunities for eligible professionals of color from small cable operators and programmers that might otherwise not have adequate resources to support participation in this transformational learning experience.Read more
NAMIC is pleased to announce the second of three (3) 2017 NAMIC Leadership Seminar scholarship opportunities for eligible professionals of color from small cable operators and programmers that might otherwise not have adequate resources to support participation in this transformational learning experience.Read more
NAMIC has launched a new online mentoring platform to ensure that mentors and mentees have the necessary resources to ensure that their relationship is effective and efficient.Read more
NAMIC and WICT (Women In Cable Telecommunications) are partnering once again on a joint survey for the next editions of the NAMIC AIM* (*Advancement Investment Measurement) and the WICT PAR* Initiative (*Pay Equity, Advancement Opportunities, and Resources for Work/Life Integration).
Funded through generous support of the Walter Kaitz Foundation, the survey will focus on the current state of ethnic and gender diversity within the cable and communications industry, benchmarking data vital to the advancement of ethnic and gender diversity. The research will account for geographical distinctions among the locations of survey participants.Read more
NAMIC is pleased to announce the first of three (3) 2017 NAMIC Leadership Seminar scholarship opportunities for eligible professionals of color from small cable operators and programmers that might otherwise not have adequate resources to support participation in this transformational learning experience.Read more
Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) XVII, In Partnership With The University of Virginia Darden School of Business
The Executive Leadership Development Program (ELDP) is designed to nurture visionary and transformational leaders of color in the media and communications industry. With more than 500 graduates, this competitive executive education program takes place over the course of seven months, and comprises four visits to the historic Darden grounds. Open to mid- to senior-level executives of color, ELDP explores the intersection of business-critical leadership competencies and cultural identity. The program is designed to help solve some of the industry’s most persistent challenges: increasing the diversity of the industry’s executive suites; retention of executives of color; and maximizing the ROI of a diverse workforce in a business environment that demands strategic leadership agility and creative innovation.
- A deepened understanding of the changing strategic and market context in the communications industry in an increasingly global and competitive context;
- An enterprise-wide perspective anchored in the overall business and the interconnections of the functional business areas such as financial management, marketing and strategic talent alignment;
- Enhanced capacities to convert business strategy into action;
- A learning mindset that drives innovation;
- Business and strategic insight from leading industry and non-industry professionals; and,
- Competencies to grow and sustain high-performing teams, across organizational, cultural, and ideological spectra.
Location: University of Virginia Darden School of Business, Charlottesville, VA (NAMIC’s University Partner)
October 9-13, 2017
December 5-8, 2017
February 20-23, 2018
May 7-11, 2018
Target Audience: Directors (minimum of two years at that level), Senior Directors, Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents, Executive Vice Presidents, General Managers, and other mid- to upper-level executives of color; all applicants must complete necessary application and supporting documentation.
Fee: $21,800, includes tuition, executive coaching and materials
The NAMIC Leadership Seminar
The NAMIC Leadership Seminar is a three-day professional development program created specifically to cultivate and transform eligible high-potential professionals in the communications industry pipeline, regardless of race or ethnicity, into more effective leaders. The highly interactive instructional methodology sets the stage for participants to obtain the knowledge, competencies, and diverse perspectives necessary for maximum performance and career enhancement. The program integrates theoretical knowledge with participants’ own experiences to generate powerful insights about leadership and individual advancement. Drawing upon the most respected academic research and business case studies, The NAMIC Leadership Seminar is open to all professionals whose leadership is critical in organizations where a high premium is placed on Diversity and Inclusion as a strategic business imperative.
Dates & Locations:
April 10-12, 2017: Los Angeles, CA
July 12-14, 2017: Philadelphia, PA
October 25-27, 2017: Dallas, TX
Target Audience: Managers, Supervisor, Coordinator, New Directors (less than 2 years) of all ethnicities who are motivated to succeed and aspiring to higher positions with increasing visibility and responsibility.
Fee: $4,000, includes meals (with the exception of dinners), tuition and workshop materials.
L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program
What types of questions should one be considering on their career journey? How can work knowledge be boosted with interpersonal skills to get to the next career level? The L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program was created to help NAMIC’s members achieve career success in a constantly changing, complex communications industry work environment. Program participants are matched (mentees) with seasoned industry executives (mentors) who, through guidance, advocacy, sponsorship, and friendship, can assist them with enhancing on-the-job effectiveness and career strategies to attain future professional and personal goals.
2017 Application Deadlines
Participants, both mentors and mentees, should submit their applications for 2016 according to the following schedule:
|January 2017||November 15, 2016|
|June 2017||May 5, 2017|
|September 2017||August 4, 2017|
Target Audience: Junior to more senior-level professionals as mentees; mentors need to contact NAMIC directly to participate.
Fee: FREE to all NAMIC members
Sign Up: suite.insala.com/login/namic
Questions: Contact Darryl Jackson, Manager, Mentoring Relations and Chapter Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-594-5985.