“The mission of The AUMF is to develop and sustain a pipeline of exceptional underrepresented minority biomedical scientists
    in the American workforce by building a network that functions as a resource to advance the professional growth of these
scientists and to participate in dialogue that impacts national science policy.”
“The UNCF/Merck Science Initiative (UMSI) UMSI brings together UNCF, the Merck Research Laboratories and The
Merck Institute for Science Education to offer 37 annual awards to outstanding African American undergraduate and
graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who are pursuing studies and research careers in biological and
chemical sciences.”

“UNCF—the United Negro College Fund—is the nation’s largest and most effective minority education organization.
UNCF  provides operating funds for 39 member historically black colleges and universities
 (HBCUs), scholarships and
internships for students at about 900 institutions and faculty and administrative professional training.”

“Behind each of our medicines and vaccines is a team of researchers who are leaders in their fields. People
whose unwavering enthusiasm for finding new ways to prevent and treat disease is matched only by their
unrelenting commitment to scientific excellence and patient safety.”

“Established in 1957 by Merck, The Merck Company Foundation is a U.S.-based, private charitable foundation and is Merck’s chief source of funding support to qualified non-profit, charitable organizations. Since its inception, the Foundation has contributed more than $480 million to support important initiatives that address societal needs and are consistent with Merck’s overall mission to enhance the health and well-being of people around the world.”

“Our Mission: Case Western Reserve University improves people’s lives through preeminent research, education and creative endeavor. We realize this goal through: Scholarship that capitalizes on the power of collaboration; Learning that is active, creative and continuous; and Promotion of an inclusive culture of global citizenship.”

 “The Office of Inclusion, Diversity and Equal Opportunity not only champions, builds and enhances campus-wide
diversity efforts, but also serves as a spirited, persuasive and inspirational point of connection across the
University and greater community.”

“After interviewing and screening several potential and well qualified consulting firms, we engaged CMC. That single decision changed our organization, and their efforts strategically and effectively redirected our focus. Beyond just a simple job as consultants, they became personally involved in driving us to explore opportunities, to identify funds, and to effectively implement an executable program. Their commitment to our success led us to hire them as a management consulting team. I am glad we did.” Dr. Emmitt R. Jolly, Assistant Professor of Biology, Case Western Reserve University
; President, The AUMF
“I have worked with consulting firms with good and bad outcomes while in “big pharma” in the past; however most recently, I haveworked with CMC and they have given me my single-best consulting experience. CMC is without peer when it comes to examining the internal workings of an organization. They adroitly found ways that we as clients could reach operational goals by identifying funding streams, restructuring leadership, leveraging networks, enhancing ideation, and reallocating resources. Most importantly, they remained engaged with us to ensure their recommendations and changes were enacted. We have now decided to hire them in an ongoing management capacity. Dr. Matthew Walker III, Principal, Strategic Imaging Biomarkers Consulting, LLC; and Principal Consultant at SonoSite; Executive Leadership Team,The AUMF
“As Vice-President and a member of the Strategic Planning Committee for the Association of UNCF-Merck Fellows (The AUMF), I ascharged with interviewing and recommending a qualified consulting firm to our Board of Directors (BOD). Compared to the many consulting firms that were interviewed, CMC was the most prepared with the strongest management proposal. CMC continues to demonstrate the highest degree of professionalism and dedication to the success of The AUMF. Their dedication and high quality of work has led the BOD of The AUMF to secure CMC as our Management Team to continue to move us along to fulfill our mission. We are confident they can do this.” Dr. Marcus Jones, Vice-President, The J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI); Vice President, The AUMF