Membership

Join Sacramento NCBW

“Looking for a Few Good Women”

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Sacramento Chapter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization that advocates on behalf of Black women and girls. Chartered in November of 2001, we are change agents working to influence policies that promote gender equity in health, education, and economic empowerment. We are one of seven California chapters and have 37 members. Read more about our history, our programs, and how to join Sacramento NCBW.

Join Sacramento NCBW

“Looking for a Few Good Women”

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Sacramento Chapter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization that advocates on behalf of Black women and girls. Chartered in November of 2001, we are change agents working to influence policies that promote gender equity in health, education, and economic empowerment. We are one of seven California chapters and have 37 members. Read more about our history, our programs, and how to join Sacramento NCBW.

What you should know about Sacramento NCBW:

  • We are an all-volunteer organization.
  • We are professionals who use the skills and training gained at our colleges and universities and our career experiences to benefit our communities.
  • We are an intergenerational organization.
  • We would love to have you as a member.
  • Membership requires sponsorship by an NCBW member in good standing.

Ready to join?

If you are interested in joining NCBW to make a difference in the lives of Black women, girls, and families in our Sacramento community and beyond or to learn more about our programs, complete the Interest form and we will contact you about membership and our programs.

2023-2024 Executive Board Members

(Elected and Sworn September 19, 2020)

President Jennifer Willis
Immediate Past President Dr. Elizabeth Sherrell-Davis
1st Vice President Gloria Robertson
2nd Vice President K. Denise DeLuz
3rd Vice President Regena Boyland
Recording Secretary Denise Shepherd
Corresponding Secretary Bonnie Oliver
Nominating Committee Chair Evelyn Frazier
Financial Secretary Tanika Banahene
Treasurer Shelia Howell
Member Liaison Arnet Heath
Parliamentarian Doreathea Johnson
Chaplain Ramona Thomas

Committee Chairs

Programs Jennifer Willis
By-Laws Barbara Yonemura
Chaplain Gloria Robertson
Economic Empowerment Denise Shepherd
Education & Scholarships Christine Lovely
Finance & Fund Development Tanika Banahene
Fostering Hope Arnet Renee Heath
Health Charlotte Scott-Day
Membership Martha Tate Glass
Parliamentarian Doreathea Johnson
Advocacy & Public Policy Carolyn Mullins
S.T.E.A.M. Ebony Stagg & Sonja Steward

Membership

Dr. Adrienne Lawson
Anita Johnson
Bertha Gorman
Carolyn Mullins
Charlotte Scott-Day
Cheryl Brownlee
Cindy Hill
Debbie Richardson
Debora Richardson
Ebony Stagg
Elnora Woods
Felicia White-Curtis
Gail Russell
Greta Gross-Wallace
Joyce Ivy
Judy Billingsley

Katrice Cain
Kay Powell
Kyla Howell
LaShelle Dozier
Linnea Willis Smith
Lonette Williams
Margaret Fortune
Marilyn Currington
Martha Tate-Glass
Ollie Watson
Phyllis Johnson
Rita Abel
Dr. Robin Carter
Rosemary Jones-Melvin
Sonja Steward
Tenisha Cummings

“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”

~ Margaret J. Wheatley