The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Manhattan Chapter carries out its agenda through programming that focuses on issues relating to women of color such as professional and personal development; gender equity challenges in health, education, economic development.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Manhattan Chapter's activities are structured through a selection of committees that target its agenda. The core committees consists of Health, Membership & Professional Development, and Political/Legislative. All members of the chapter have an opportunity to contribute to the organizations activities through our committees by bringing their ideas forward from personal experiences, community assessments as well as local and national research.
Throughout the year the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Manhattan Chapter provides a forums for the community to learn about issues that affect or are of importance to women of color. Guests in relevant professions are invited to educate our community on up to date studies. We offer seminars, and targeted workshops that allow the community to receive a more in-depth understanding of a subject. We provide leadership guidance to young women. In addition, we do not forget to recognize and celebrate the great achievments made by women of color in our community.