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Who is the National Coalition of 100 Black Women?

Support NCBW Advocacy Programs & Initiatives

LEAD Academy Application Opens on June 6!

Applications for LEAD Academy Class IV (2024 - 2025) are opening soon!

The NCBW100 LEAD Academy is a 13-month leadership development program for NCBW members who represent the next generation of organization leaders! It’s a venue where leaders are appropriately trained for their roles, adhering to the NCBW Mission Statement. Visit the LEAD Academy website to learn more and browse our Yearbook!

National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Through advocacy we work as change agents to influence policy that promotes gender equity in health, education and economic empowerment. 

We believe through our efforts we will fulfill our vision of seeing black women and girls living in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist.

NCBW is an Advocacy Organization

ADVOCACY is the deliberate process of influencing those who make policy decisions.

NCBW Programs Support Advocacy

ADVOCACY is a strategy that NCBW uses to complement efforts in:

  • Strengthening capacity for self-help.
  • Delivering relief in emergencies.
  • Addressing discrimination in all its forms.

NCBW Public Policy Focus = Advocacy In Action

NCBW’s “Legislation Supporting Advocacy” Agenda:

  • Voter Education/Rights
  • Civic Engagement
  • Increase Women Candidates Running For Political Office
  • Issue Timely Policy Alerts
  • Issue Position Papers on Public Policy Platform Issues
Advocacy empowers people and educates them. Advocacy is not only our responsibility; as citizens, it is our right.
NCBW Programs
Health

NCBW’s health and wellness priorities are to: 1) raise awareness of health disparities and solutions; and 2) provide access to health care and wellness information that promotes behavior change resulting in a healthier lifestyle for our young people and communities.

NCBW Programs

Education

NCBW believes that mentoring is a strategic intervention that provides a way to multiply collaboration through partnerships. NCBW wants our youth to be equipped with the valuable knowledge and skills that students attain by studying science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.).

NCBW Programs

Education

NCBW believes that “mentoring is a strategic intervention that provides a way to multiply collaboration through partnerships”. NCBW wants our youth to be equipped with the valuable knowledge and skills that students attain by studying science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.).

NCBW Programs
Economic Empowerment

NCBW defines economic empowerment as the ability to self-determine dreams, pursue them, and ultimately realize them by establishing the mechanisms to sustain generational wealth. Throughout the country, chapters’ Economic Empowerment programs address financial literacy and life skills training.

63

Chapters

25

States

3200+

Members

40+

Years Strong

Testimonials

What people say about us
  • I wanted to shout out Thank You National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. [Dallas Metropolitan Chapter] for the free [workshop] last week.  I personally thank you for this time, knowledge, and encouragement. My business will be two steps ahead because of your advice.” 

    S. Stephenson-Davidson
    Lead Consultant, PreCollege Solutions
  • “Before attending the NCBW webinar I was unaware of the different resources that my city had to offer.  I really appreciate you for giving the chance to me get the experience and information from the knowledgeable speakers in this webinar.”

    K. Daniels
    Webinar Participant, NCBW Chattanooga Chapter
  • These sessions were so phenomenal. I’ve learned about what I can do to assist with my credit; how to select the right insurance when needed…great information.”

    B. Seymone
    Workshop Participant, NCBW Greater Omaha Chapter

News & Updates

NCBW to Host its 2024 Legislative Day

NCBW to Host its 2024 Legislative Day Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: contactus@nc100bw.org 404-390-3982 The National Coalition of...
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NCBW Pays Tribute to Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter

NCBW Pays Tribute to Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: contact@nc100bw.org 404-390-3982 The National...
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