NATIONAL COALITION OF 100 BLACK WOMEN, INC.
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY CHAPTER
Andrée Mountain, PhD - President
Andree Mountain, PH.D.
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Third Vice President
The Vision of the National Coalition of 100 Black Woman, Inc. is to see black women and girls live in a world where socio-ecomomic inequity does not exist.
I am honored to be the newly elected President. Chartered in 1992, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Anne Arundel County Chapter, is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization made up of professional women, committed 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.
Now more than ever, the fight for social equality and justice is critical. The last few years have shown disparities in the Black community in the areas of systemic racism, systemic poverty, ecological devastation, civil unrest, and police brutality, to name a few. Through strategic alliances and civic engagement legislation, we are organized, positioned for action, and dedicated to being a united voice for Black women and girls in both Anne Arundel County and Harford County, Maryland.
We welcome women interested in becoming a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Anne Arundel County Chapter. Join us in our mission, as we remain vigilant as a voice and advocate for Black women and children in our communities.
1970 - National Coalition of 100 Black Women (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 - The Honorable Christine Davenport organizes the Anne Arundel County Chapter of NCBW, formerly known as the Greater Glen Burnie Chapter. The Chapter was Chartered on October 12, 1992.
2012 - Celebrated 20 years of advocacy for Black women and girls in Anne Arundel County.
2017 - Celebrated 25 years of advocacy for Black women and girls in Anne Arundel County and 6 years in Harford County.
2018 – Designated a “Model Chapter” by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.- This recognition is for excellence in advocacy, programming, fiscal compliance, leadership development, chapter operations, and alliances.
2019 - Hosted our first Mental Health Seminar.
2020 – Proactively continued to advocate through virtual platforms. Conducted virtual Town Halls, Voter Registrations and Education, presented Sister-Nomic$TM Economic Empowerment classes and Health Awareness Campaigns and workshops.