Founded in 1980, the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) is the premier organization that educates, advocates and empowers for multi-ethnic diversity in the communications industry.
Members-only access to NAMIC’s Learning Management System, an in-depth online learning management tool providing NAMIC members with professional development content in areas ranging from team building to soft-skills development to emotional intelligence. View webinars, presentations, white papers, on-demand recordings and more.
Attend local programs featuring professional development and career enhancement discussions and workshops. Eligibility to run for an officer position of a local chapter. Chapter officers build key leadership competencies including developing business and strategic management skills to be used in their own careers.
NAMIC initially established the mentorship program in 1993, and in 1997 renamed it in honor of the late L. Patrick Mellon, an executive with ESPN, Inc, one of NAMIC’s founding members, and a respected mentor in the cable industry. The goal of the L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program is to aid NAMIC members in growing their careers in the telecommunications industry.
Namic's Carolinas Chapter has had the honor of winning several awards including Chapter of the year.
Monica Alexander, Director, Customer Tools, Charter Communications and NAMIC-Carolinas President accepting the award for NAMIC-Carolinas: 2017 Programming Achievement.
NAMIC Carolinas earned the 2016 Chapter Award for Fundraising Excellence.
The Carolinas chapter is NAMIC's 2016 Chapter of the Year. The division earned the distinction during the 30th Annual Conference in New York on September 21. This is the third time in five years NAMIC Carolinas has been honored with the Chapter of the Year Award.