The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Northwest Georgia Chapter, Inc.

Advocating on behalf of Black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.

OUR ADVOCACY

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Health

Eliminate Disparities  •  Mortality Prevention/Decrease  •  Access to Affordable Healthcare & Improved Outcomes  •  Research on Chronic Disease Impacting AA Women  •  Quality of Life: Public Safety and Crime

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Education

Eliminate Disparities  •  Improved Outcomes & Graduation Rates  •  Vocational/College Preparation  •  STEM Education  •  HBCU Supports  •  Access Affordability

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Economic Empowerment

Pay Equity  •  AA Women-Owned Business Growth  •  Livable Wage  •  Employment Opportunities

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Strategic Alliances

Government  •  Corporate  •  Non-Profit  •  Faith-Based International

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Civic Engagement

Voter Education, Registration, and Rights  •  Increase Women Candidates Running for Office  •  Issue Timely Policy Alerts  •  Issue Position Papers on PP Platform Issues

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Membership Development

Membership Recruitment  •  Meet and Greet  •  Project Effectiveness  •  Seasonal Banquets

Support Us

Together we can continue providing services that empower and transform the lives of Black women and girls. We rely on the generosity of people like you to support our organization. Help us strengthen our advocacy by donating funds to address current issues, concerns, and needs that impact the African American community.

Get Involved

The NCBW Northwest Georgia Chapter is a place where our members can serve the community, gather leadership skills, and feel empowered. Help strengthen our advocacy on behalf of Black women and girls by donating your time and engaging with our organization. You do not have to be a member to participate in NCBW-NGC sponsored events.

“The Northwest Georgia Chapter is proud of our 15 years of service and our commitment to the mission of advocating on behalf of Black Women and girls.”

- Iteeah Pounds, Immediate Past President, NCBW 100 Northwest Georgia Chapter