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From Our President
In uncertain times, your support keeps us going.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been damaging to economies throughout the world, but it has had a particularly harsh impact on nonprofit organizations. Like many nonprofits, NANBPWC, Inc. has been able to accomplish a great deal on a limited budget, but the effects of the pandemic have put an enormous strain on our resources.
While news about COVID-19 continues to develop, and the financial toll comes into clearer focus, NANBPWC, Inc.’s commitment to our mission of promoting and protecting the interests of African American business and professional women has not waivered. This commitment has always worked both ways. We have served you by providing the tools and skills you need for career success and you have supported us. We need your support now, more than ever. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to NANBPWC, Inc. by clicking on the “Donate” button.
It’s difficult to thrive in these challenging times, but we will ~ and when this is over, we’ll be here to inform, assist and equip business and professional women so they will thrive in the “new normal.”
Sherelle T. Carper
24th National President & CEO
The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. founded in 1935, emerged as a national non-profit organization in light of the need to promote and protect the interests of women business owners and professionals.
The importance of education and economic development through entrepreneurship was emphasized as women sought to support women through community service and social activism. The NANBPWC, Inc. through its national leadership, regional districts and local clubs provides opportunities for women to increase their leadership skills, experience governance and parliamentary procedures, and enhance their educational awareness of issues impacting the Black community through volunteerism. The NANBPWC, Inc. encourages youth and young adults to achieve economic independence by joining the rising tide of young people in business today. Our International Affairs Division operates in Africa, the Caribbean and the global community building socio-economic relationships between women. The members of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc. understand that we can make a difference by sharing our blessings.
Partnerships & Affiliations
We believe in building a strong connection between organizations and companies as part of our commitment to strengthen the NANBPWC, Inc., while striving to maintain a positive impact on our community.