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National Coalition of 100 Black Women Members
Jackie Ingram, Sylvia Allen, Jerrie Merritt and Ida Gaines attends the installation of the Urban Chamber of Las Vegas luncheon where Jerrie Merritt was announced as new Chair and Jackie Ingram as Treasurer.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women
Las Vegas Chapter
"My Sisters' Keeper" Conference and 11th Annual Madam C. J. Walker Luncheon/Induction Ceremony will be held at The Mirage on May 30, 2015--Tickets are now available. Please contact: Glennie @ (702) 204-0914 or Tricia @ (702) 481-3963.
A Message from the President
The chapter is pleased to inform you on the wonderful initiatives underway in pursuance of advocacy for African American women and our families; inclusive of Economic Development, Education & Leadership and Health Awareness.
In addition to individual venues, we also are launching our mentoring program in an expanded platform that will include working with youth in the 8th & 9th grades and their parents!
Our partnership with both Segway Middle School and Canyon Springs is exciting and focuses on life skills . Our city is in great challenge of how to make a difference in an environment where educational skills are at it’s most lacking in the city of Las Vegas. We are a pebble in those waters of change efforts and appreciate the collaboration of many. Click here to read the entire message
NCBW Las Vegas Chapter
Our Vision, Goals, Mission, Leadership Our Vision A driving force for meaningful change in gender equity and sociopolitical advancement for women of color. Our Mission Advocate on behalf of women of color to promote leadership development and gender equity in health, education and economic development. 2014-2015 Goals 1. Get Aligned a. Each existing member and new members must be clear Continue Reading...
Our History The Las Vegas Chapter of the National Coalition was chartered in May, 2004 under the leadership of Dr. Sandra Mack. Our purpose is to advocate and serve as a catalyst for change in the lives of African American women in the Las Vegas, Clark County area. This has been and will continue to be accomplished Continue Reading...
Economic Development The Las Vegas Chapter of The Coalition of 100 Black Women advocates for increased wealth building practices for African American women through partnerships with public and private institutions that focus on individual investment practices. We sponsor educational workshops to help assist women to empower women and assist with the development of solid plans for success Continue Reading...