NCBW Appoints Two Members to their Executive Leadership Team
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NCBW Officers and Board of Directors Appoint Two Members to their Executive Leadership Team
Atlanta, GA, June 13, 2022 – The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Incorporated (NCBW) Officers and Board of Directors have appointed Minnie Miller as National First Vice President of Programs and Sharon Stone as National Financial Secretary at their June 2022 Leadership Conference in Memphis, Tennessee.
Minnie Miller has held numerous NCBW positions on the local and national level. Minnie is currently a National Board of Directors member and has chaired several high-profile committees and conferences. The retired elementary, middle, and high school principal and education consultant has been featured in Women Looking Ahead Magazine – 100s List of the most Powerful and Influential Woman 2019 and was presented with the National Women of Achievement, Inc. – Profiles of Prominence Award in 2019.
Sharon Stone has been an NCBW member since 2013 and is a National Board Director. Sharon has been the chair and co-chair of several national and local NCBW committees and events. She has 40 years of federal government resource management experience which includes 21 years in military medical management processes. She has a number of community involvement and board affiliations, including Board Member at the Army Board for Correction of Military Record, Army Review Board Agency and American Society of Military Comptrollers. Sharon was presented with the Delta Sigma Theta Minerva Dorothy Height Award (2021) Prince William County Kathleen Seefeldt Award in Community Service (2020), and the Dale City Multi-Cultural Award; Meritorious Service Award Civilian Service (2019).
“Our organization has chosen two strong and capable women to drive growth and engage with members as active participants in our programs and activities. Minnie and Sharon have accomplished careers. They bring a great work ethic and passion to our executive leadership team and will be instrumental in promoting NCBW’s goals and objectives,” said NCBW National President Elizabeth A. Jones.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Incorporated is a 40-year-old advocacy organization whose vision is that black women and girls will live in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist. Thus, we advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education, and economic empowerment. As a voice for millions of black women and girls in the United States, the Coalition believes in inclusion, respect, racial and social justice, integrity, accountability, and collaboration. For more information, visit the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc. at www.ncbw.org.
We operate as a non-profit organization exclusively for charitable, educational, and social purposes and, are organized for
tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code of 1954.