Joseph T. Wilson, Jr., MBA ’86, receives the 2010 BGBA Wilbur Parker Distinguished Alumni Award
11/2/2010 3:46:00 PM
Joseph Wilson, the managing director of global credit sales at Citi, received the Wilbur Parker Distinguished Alumni Award from the Black Graduate Business Association.
Joseph Wilson is a managing director of global credit sales at Citi. He joined Citi’s global loan sales desk in May 2002 after spending 16 years at JP Morgan. At JP Morgan, he spent four years in investment banking, five years in commercial lending, and seven years in HY bond and loan sales. A founding board member and the former treasurer for the Bronx Preparatory Charter School, Wilson also serves on the board of the Hope Chest Scholarship Foundation, the Johnson Advisory Council, and is a member of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Visiting Committee for the Gastrointestinal Cancer Center (Boston).
Wilson received a BS in accounting from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in 1982, and an MBA from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University in 1986. He is a certified public accountant, a CFA charter holder, and a member of the New York Society of Securities Analyst.
The Black Graduate Business Association (BGBA) created the Wilbur Parker Distinguished Alumni Award in 2003 as a legacy to Johnson for providing a forum for African-American alumni and students and the greater Johnson community to come together, connect with one another, and celebrate business and life successes. The award recognizes alumni who demonstrate outstanding professional achievement, commitment to their community, and who embody Johnson’s shared values of mutual respect, collaboration, integrity and trust, pride and accountability, professionalism and investment in self.