The following guidelines are designed to assist members of the National Association of Black Accountant’s (“NABA”), vendors and other stakeholders with the proper use of the NABA logo, organizational colors, lettering styles (fonts), stationery, business cards and promotional items. Following these guidelines will provide a foundation for protecting NABA’s overall brand, trademarks, name recognition, and other intellectual property. It is essential that materials distributed by NABA, or those representing NABA, convey a consistent and appropriate use of its trademark and brand.
The official NABA logo is registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office. NABA has exclusive ownership rights regarding the use of this logo as well as the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. name. This logo is intended for the express use of NABA and shall be used in its entirety with no alterations or visual distortions.
The official logo of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (shown right) should appear on all official NABA materials, exactly as shown, including adequate white space in and around the logo. The logo must never be combined or crowded with another graphic or overlayed with lettering. The logo is made available for use in black or in white and should not appear in any other color without explicit permission from NABA headquarters.
These download links are for official and approved usage by NABA entities and affiliates and should be used in accordance with the guidelines outlined on this page. Any other use is strictly prohibited.