Charity Gala for Haiti

Thank you for visiting the page dedicated to the Georgia Tech Society of Black Engineers Inaugural Masquerade Gala. Through this gala, the Georgia Tech Chapter of NSBE wants to not only raise funds to send their students to help revitalize the country, but to also continue to raise awareness of the plight of the people of Haiti. With a Mardi Gras themed cocktail reception in one of Atlanta’s most upscale venues, attendants will not only enjoy the great atmosphere but also serve a great cause. The gala, “Unmasking the Face of Unity,” will take place on Friday, April 15th at 7:00 PM at the W Buckhead in Atlanta, GA.

The Georgia Tech Society of Black Engineers is one of the most renowned chapters in the National Society of Black Engineers. Founded in 1976, the chapter has been a beacon on the campus of Georgia Tech, providing programs and resources to help African American students in the STEM fields. Today, we have been continuing on with that tradition and hope that through this successful event we can begin a new international initiative.

For event details, please contact Shawntel Asemota of SOA Event Concepts at

Please visit for up to date information regarding tickets, advertising, and event information.


Want to have your company represented in this wonderful event? You can purchase ad space in our program that will be distributed to all of our participants. The sizes range from business card size to a full page ad. The instructions for this are located here:


If you would like to make a donation to our International Intitiative, you can do so at the link below.
Thank you for you generosity!

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