Message from President Kelli Humphrey
We would like to thank you for visiting our site. It is with great pleasure and honor that I bring you a message from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., Northwest Georgia Chapter.
The Northwest Georgia Chapter is proud of our 15 years of service. We remain committed to the mission of advocating on behalf of Black Women and girls by promoting Leadership Development and Gender Equity in the areas of Health, Education, Economic Empowerment, and the exposure to Arts and Culture.
The Northwest Georgia Chapter is committed to empowering our community through our signature programs such as: High School to High Heels Mentoring Program, The Kwanzaa Experience, our P.O.W.E.R. (Preparing Our Women to Engage Responsibly) Program, Uncork the Truth-HIV/AIDS Event, Legislative Day at the State Capitol, and a Journey through Advocacy for many years to come. We recognize that there is still work to be done, therefore, we are committed to continuing our efforts of meeting the needs of the community that we serve.
The Northwest Georgia Chapter is proud of the activities we have planned in the upcoming year for our service areas of Cobb, Douglas, Paulding, North Fulton and Cherokee Counties. It is our sincere hope that you will support our advocacy programs and fundraising efforts as we work to build a better world one community at a time.
To advocate on behalf of Black women and girls to promote gender equality and leadership development in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.
NCBW advocates on behalf of Black women and girls through national and local action and strategic alliances that promote our national and international agenda on leadership development and gender equity in health, education, and economic development.
Racial & Gender Equality
Social Justice & Inclusion
Integrity & Accountability
Respect & Collaboration
Health & Education
Foster principles of equal rights and opportunities
Promote the awareness of Black culture
Cheryl C. Cole
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Lucinda M. Kinloch
3rd Vice President
Dr. Marty Pinkston
Immediate Past President
Founded in 2002, The Northwest Georgia Chapter addresses the initiatives of the National Organization by providing an effective network among Black women. We strive to establish connections with corporate and political sectors to gain visibility in the socioeconomic arena. We bring the career needs of women of color to the forefront, serving as role models and mentors to young women through recognition of the historic and current achievements of Black women.
2015 - 2019: Iteeah Pounds
2011 - 2015: Cheryl Cole
2007 - 2011: Virginia Martin
2004 - 2007: Alice Archey
Check out our our latest annual report.