Our Chapter

       About Us
The Carnegie Mellon Chapter of the National Society of Black Egnineers is a chapter that strives to uphold the mission of the organization by providing members with the tools to succeed during and after college. By organizing activities that bring Carnegie Mellon's African-American technical students together, we aim to enrich and diversify the campus community...

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       Executive Board
Libby Adams, Chapter President Shanel Buchanan, Chapter Treasurer DeVynne Farquharson, Chapter Programs Chair Samantha Mitchual, Chapter Secretary Blake Anderson, Pre-College Initiative Chair TBA, Freshman Representative Princess Kara Parker-Smith, Community Service Chair
Brandon Tyson, Academic Excellence Chair Nicole Ifill, Conference Planning Co-Chair Alissa Ebong, Conference Planning Co-Chair and Senator Ryan Sanders, Co-Corporate Liaison Bryan Lewis, Co-Corporate Liaison Kamal Ibrahim, Fundraising Chair Manny Sampson, Publications Chair Karl Dockery II, Telecommunications Chair
Comprised of seventeen of Carnegie Mellon's most elite academic scholars, CMU|NSBE's Executive Board strives to preserve the continuance of excellence within the chapter and the community.
       Campus Life
Carnegie Mellon is located in the heart of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania just steps away from our sister school, the University of Pittsburgh. Ranked one of the best technical institutions in the United States, CMU's 140 acre main campus is considered home for it's 5,000+ undergraduate student body.

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       Current Members*
Our members represent a broad spectrum of educational backgrounds and goals. Though NSBE focuses on the advancement of Black engineers, not all members pursue engineering degrees; all technical majors are welcome!

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