LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., May 14, 2012 — The Central & North Florida Minority Supplier Development Council (cnFMSDC) announced that Genesis VII, Inc. has been honored with a scholarship to attend the Advanced Management Education program at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business.
“We’re pleased that one of Central Florida’s finest minority-owned businesses will be able to attend the Advance Management Education on the campus of Northwestern University,” said Malik Ali, president of the Central & North Florida Minority Supplier Development Council. “The scholarship was made possible by the generosity of the Minority Business Development team at Walt Disney World Resort”. Once again, Walt Disney World Resort is demonstrating its commitment to supporting minority-owned businesses and diverse suppliers by stepping in and providing an amazing opportunity to such a deserving recipient.
Genesis VII, Inc. has a long history working with businesses across Central Florida, including Walt Disney World Resort. The company is an Engineering, Logistics and Construction Services Company. The company was chosen from among five minority supplier finalists in Central Florida and has been involved with the Central & North Florida Minority Supplier Development Council for the past twenty three years.
The Kellogg School of Management is a weeklong intensive management course. To qualify, a supplier has to be certified as a diverse supplier with sales of over $5,000,000 and in business at least three years.