The Minority Business Hall of Fame & Museum honors those who have been instrumental in accelerating the growth of minority-owned businesses. By celebrating the innovators and trailblazers who have broken new ground and had the conviction to persevere in the face of obstacles, we record into history the bold journey that carved the path for minority business success and instill the future with a legacy for others to follow.

The MBHF&M is committed to preserving and recognizing the contributions of individuals and institutions that were pioneers in the development and growth of minority businesses globally and educating society on their accomplishments.


Corporate sponsors play an important role in our organization’s work and success. Sponsors also enjoy the following benefits:

Sponsorship Benefits:

  • Enhance your company’s brand awareness
  • Engage with an elite membership of honorees – many of whom may be candidate providers for your Supplier Diversity Program
  • Engage with successful and emerging minority businesses
  • Share your learning and best practices as a supplier diversity expert
  • Opportunities to mentor future inductees


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Paige Adams is the senior manager of supplier diversity at PepsiCo Inc. Prior to joining PepsiCo, Ms. Adams was the director of development and corporate relations at the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

Paige Adams, Pepsi Co.
Michael K. Robinson

As the leader of IBM’s Integrated Supply Chain, Michael Robinson is responsible for leading IBM’s supplier diversity initiatives in the U.S., Latin America, Canada, Europe, Asia and South Africa.

Michael K. Robinson, IBM

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