Welcome to the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., (NCBW)  - Anne Arundel Chapter website.  We thank you for your interest in our organization.  

MERCHELLE HALSEY, PRESIDENT

NCBW is an advocacy organization  whose mission is to advocate on behalf of women and girls of color to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas such as Health, Education, Economic Empowerment and Public Policy.

The Anne Arundel Chapter is in its twenty-third year of making a difference in the lives of women, children and our community, with our work extending into Harford county.  Some of our programs include: Economic Empowerment Summit, Youth Awards and Recognition Breakfast, Shero Awards, Political Candidates Forum, Voter Training and Registration, Legislative Days, and Health Awareness Spotlights, as well as many others. 

Our membership is a diverse group of professional and progressive women dedicated to fulfilling the mission of NCBW and propelling us to the next phase of our existence .

I am excited to continue the work that we have undertaken in our communities.  We welcome women interested in becoming members of NCBW to join us in our mission of advocacy,  of empowering women, children and our community.

Health
  • Prevention
  • Affordable Healthcare
  • Quality of Life, Safety

Education
  • Eliminate Disparities
  • ​Improve Graduation Rates
  • ​College Preparation

Economic Empowerment
  • Pay Equity
  • Business Ownership
  • Liveable wages
Advocacy
  • ​Voter Registration and Education
  • Issue Position Papers
  • Increase number of Women Political Candidates

recent programs

My Sister's Keeper Economic Empowerment Summit was held on August 22, 2015 at the BWI Marriott Hotel. The key speaker was MD Congresswoman Aisha Braveboy.  

ABOUT US

NCBW Anne Arundel County chapter serves women and girls of color in Anne Arundel and Harford County, Maryland.


mission 

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

our priorities

chapter History

1970 - NCBW was founded in New York in an effort to continue the successful socio-economic and political strategies that began in the mid 1960's. 

1992 - Christine Davenport organizes the Anne Arundel Chapter of NCBW, formerly known as the Greater Glen Burnie Chapter. The Chapter was Chartered on October 12, 1992.

2012 - ​National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Anne Arundel County Chapter celebrates 20 years of advocacy for African-American women and girls in the greater Maryland area.