TreasurerDavid A. Day is Chief Administrative Officer of the National Black MBA Association, David is responsible for directing, administering and coordinating the activities of the NBMBAA in support of policies, goals and objectives. He is also responsible for providing the leadership, management, and vision necessary to ensure that NBMBAA has the proper administrative support, associated reporting procedures and systems to effectively manage and grow the organization.
Prior to this position David was the Regional Director of Marketing and Credit Promotions for Macy’s. In this role David was responsible for marketing and driving credit solicitation and promotional programs for the North Region, which made up 78 Macy’s stores in ten Midwestern states.
He previously served as Director Communications and Community Affairs for AT&T Broadband, now Comcast, where he was responsible for internal and external communication activities, Media Relations, Government Affairs and Community Affairs for the Midwest Region, which included Chicago, Chicago Suburbs, and portions of Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan.
David started in the cable industry as the General Manager for TCI where he was responsible for the management of TV cable installation and maintenance for the city of Chicago. Prior to joining TCI, David worked in the telephone telecommunications industry at Ameritech and AT&T. He has held numerous positions including Director Product Management for Central Offices Services, General Manager Customer Sales and Service Centers, Director Financial Assurance and Procurement, Operations Manager Facilities Assignment Staff.
David graduated cum laude with a B.A. in Economics and Finance from Chicago State University. He subsequently earned his Masters Degree in Business Administration, Economics and International Finance from the University of Illinois – Chicago.
David has served on several Boards including The Alliance of Black Telecommunications Employees, Inc. and as Chairman of the Board Directors for the College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University – Chicago. He is currently a member of the 100 Black Men of Chicago, Inc., where has served as a member of the Board of Directors, Vice President of Administration and Operations and Vice President of Development. He is also currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Chicago State University Foundation, Illinois African American Coalition for Prevention, and in March of 2014 appointed to the Cook County Economic Development Advisory Council by the Cook County Board President.
David has been a member of the Ameritech Black Advocacy Panel (ABAP), National Association for Multi-ethnicity In Communications (NAMIC), Chairman Technical Advisory Panel – Chicago South Side NAACP, Chicago Urban League, and the Boys and Girls Club of Chicago. Recognition includes Who’s Who in Black Chicago, 100 Black Men Of Chicago’s Chairman Award and received the Chicago Defender Newspaper’s 50 Men Of Excellence award.