Brian Reaves and Danny Allen of the SAP Black Employee Network leadership team had a successful meeting with the faculty and administration at Tuskegee University on December 13th.
Tuskegee University leaders learned about how SAP’s Black Employee Network champions opportunities for African American students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and that SAP is interested to engage with Tuskegee for recruiting its best and brightest students into careers at SAP.
SAP and Tuskegee also explored how SAP through its University Alliances program could support Tuskegee faculty in enhancing the teaching of courses in the Andrew F. Brimmer College of Business and Information Sciences, including in supply chain management, accounting, marketing, and information systems.
As a current member of SAP University Alliances, Tuskegee University has access to outstanding resources to enable students to learn, apply, and share SAP knowledge and skills to help them better compete for careers at SAP and the SAP ecosystem.
The SAP University Alliances team wishes to thank Dr. Faye Hall Jackson, Head of the Management Department, as well as Dr. Jack Crumbly, Assistant Professor, in the College of Business and Information Sciences, for hosting Brian and Danny and supporting the deepening of an academic partnership between SAP and Tuskegee University.
University Alliances also wishes to thank Brian Reaves, GVP & Global Lead, Products & Service Delivery, Design and Frontline Applications at SAP and Senior Leader of the SAP Black Employee Network; as well as Danny Allen, Development Director – Technology Innovation Platform, SAP. Your collaboration with the University Alliances in support of Tuskegee University is outstanding!
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SAP University Alliances contact: John Baxter, Program Manager, Eastern U.S. and Canada email@example.com