National Society of Black Engineers – NSBE

About the MSU Chapter

The National Society of Black Engineers is an organization founded in 1975 that encourages academic excellence, professional success, and community involvement in all its members. The organization was created to limit disparities of certain communities in Engineering and Technology. The MSU chapter of NSBE strives to create an encouraging community, increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers, and send them into their jobs as leaders in the field.

Mission

The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is "to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community."

Officers

President
Maysa Vivians

Treasurer
Andrew Martin

Secretary
Kyla Hunter

Parliamentarian
Marcus McInnis

Telecommunications Chair
Sydiah Ervin

Senator
Cameron Cummings

 

Torch Chair
Austin Wheeler

Membership Chair
Jordan Gilliespie

Publications Chair
Shenna Booker

Programming Chair
Maurico Smith

Fundraising Chair
Naima Bradley

Senator
Andric Knott

Want to get involved or learn more?

For more information about NSBE or to join:

Email the President Maysa Vivians mgv50@msstate.edu

Email Membership Chair Jordan Gilliespie jdg798@msstate.edu