The African American Employee Network (AAEN) of the Bay Area hosted its 2nd Annual Black Professionals Holiday Mixer Wednesday, Dec .18 at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MOAD) in San Francisco.
The widely anticipated and sold out event was attended by more than 400 people. The event featured a hosted bar sponsored by Hennessy, complimentary food and live music courtesy of award-winning saxophonist Ric Alexander.
The network is a collaborative network of African American employee resource groups from the private, public, and educational sectors in Bay Area, supported by EY, the Clorox Company, Google, PG&E, Bank of America, Charles Schwab and others.
The organization was launched in December 2011 by Michael DeFlorimonte, principal of MichaelD Communications and publisher of the Registry Bay Area; Nicole Felix assistant director, Americas People Team EY; Dela Weeks of PG&E; and David Spencer of Merrill Lynch.
To learn more about the African American Employee Network and upcoming events, visit michaeldcommunications.com or email [email protected]