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The 100 Black Women of
Metropolitan Baton Rouge
is a diverse group of change agents united through a shared vision to advocate for black women and girls unapologetically. We aim to set a standard of excellence, create a legacy of forward thinking leaders and to serve our community through
leadership, commitment, and service.


 

Chartering Date: November 5, 2017

 
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Chartering/Current Officers

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Dr. Tamiara Wade, President

Raushanah S. Hunter, Esq., 1st Vice President of Programs

Daffney Jenkins-Webster, 2nd Vice President of Finance and Fund Development

Dr. Valerie Richardson, 3rd Vice President of Membership

Candace L. Perry, Treasurer

Dr. Ursula White Chapman, Financial Secretary

NeShana Bilbrew, Recording Secretary

Courtney Hunt, Parliamentarian

Kwame Adkins, Historian

Sonya Murray-Wade, Corresponding Secretary

Deshone Smith, Chaplain

 

Our National Mission, Vision, Values, Agenda and Purpose

 

NCBW Mission

To advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment

NCBW Vision  

Black women and girls will live in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist.  

NCBW Core Values
We believe in…

  • Gender equity

  • Inclusion

  • Respect

  • Racial & social justice

  • Integrity & accountability

  • Economic empowerment

  • Collaboration

Our Agenda

  • Health

  • Education

  • Economic Empowerment

  • Strategic Alliances

  • Civic Engagement

Our Purpose
The Purpose of the Coalition is to:

  • Foster principles of equal rights and opportunities;

  • Promote the awareness of Black culture;

  • Develop the potential of the membership for effective leadership and participation in civic affairs;

  • Take action on specific issues of national and international importance, and

  • Cooperate with other persons and organizations to achieve mutual goals.