economic empowerment series, and the Biennial Black and White Candlelight Ball; two mentoring programs; a scholarship awards and recognition program; collaborative partnerships with community, civic and corporate organizations, and an advocacy agenda that addresses critical issues at all levels.
We hope you enjoy your visit and we invite you to join forces with us to help make a greater impact on the Long Island community.
We are guided by the creed “it is not enough to be compassionate. We must act.”
NCBW 100 will act to Educate, Engage, Empower and Enact!
Wilma Holmes Tootle, L.H.D.
Welcome to the website of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter, Incorporated.
The chapter is proud of its over thirty-year history and remains committed to the organization’s mission of advocacy for Black women and girls through actions and alliances that promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.
Our membership reflects a group of outstanding and dynamic women who are leaders in their profession and in the community. Our program initiatives include stellar programming in the three main areas of focus; chapter signature events which include the Women and Girls Conference, the Kwanzaa celebration, the political candidates forum, the Sister-Nomic$