The National Council of Negro Women 

UCF Section

The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) is a non-profit organization with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African American women, their families and communities. NCNW fulfills this mission through research, advocacy, national and community based services and programs.  

Founded by Dr. Mary McLead Bethune in 1935, the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) played an important role in the struggle for human and civil rights. With its 38 national affiliate organizations and its more than 200 community based sections, NCNW has an outreach to nearly four million women, all contributing to the peaceful solutions to the problems of human welfare and rights. Founded in 1935, the National Council of Negro Women works to bring together other organizations representing African American women.  NCNW was founded at the University of Central Florida in 2005.

2012-2013 Officers

Dielande Cokeley - President
Obioma Ezinwa - Vice President
Roline Delva- Secretary
Lashell Lewis - Treasurer
Tsciena White - Community Service Liaison
Aisha Melville - Historian 
Brittany Bridges - Membership Chair

Our Annual Mahogany Awards Ball will take place on March 17, 2013. Follow the link below for all informatioin pertaining to this wonderful celebration of multicultural achievement in the UCF Community.

General Body Meetings:
Our organization meets every other Monday at 7pm. Check out our calendar to keep up with the dates & locations of our meetings.

Membership:

Application Link

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