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A Few of Our Sponsors

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.,  Manhattan Chapter

Welcomes You!


We are thrilled to have you visit our website and learn more about the issues facing women of color! Welcome!

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Manhattan Chapter works diligently in advocating for leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment for women of color and their families. 

Over the past years, we've had the opportunity to learn more about the challenges facing women of color in our own country and around the world.

The members of this Chapter are wonderful, wise and talented ladies with incredible minds and sound judgment.  These courageous and strong women proudly bear the responsibility to speak for those who cannot.  The efforts of the National Organization and Manhattan chapter continues to break down barriers and silos in the areas of leadership and gender equity.  

If our mission is one you support, please consider becoming a member or providing financial support.  

We hope you enjoy your visit!

National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc.,      




where advocacy and leadership play

LeadersatPlay Institute

This will be an amazing way to expand the art of leading advocacy in complex and demanding times.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., Manhattan Chapter is excited to present to you the NCBW LeadersatPlay Institute featuring intersecting conversations that explore creative ways to understand leadership challenges. We've conveniently placed trend setters, creative thinkers and insightful experiences in cyberspace for your education. Leaders@Play aims to be exquisitely convenient and accommodate the lifestyles we are in now, as we reach for creative change.

As all good playtime, it will require dedicated time and focus. The goal is to take what we learn and create something new in how we lead advocacy – individually and collectively.

Visit for details and to register.

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