Public Policy / Advocacy Committee

Advocacy is the cornerstone and pulse point of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women.

NCBW SACRAMENTO’S PUBLIC POLICY / ADVOCACY AGENDA
Our strategic agenda is to provide a culturally competent national voice for African American women and women of color to effectuate positive change for them personally and for their families, their communities and this great country.We understand intimately that the African American woman is centric in her community, her faith, her profession and most importantly her home. Her concerns, needs and voice must be heard to realize civic progress through sustainable public policy.

Economic Empowerment & Financial Literacy

Our goal is to provide education and training opportunities for the economic development of African American women as part of our annual seminars: Financial Literacy & Budgeting; Obtaining & Maintaining Credit; Buying a Home & Home Finance; and Entrepreneurship.

NCBW SACRAMENTO’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT & FINANCIAL LITERACY AGENDA
NCBW-Sacramento partners with the Salvation Army to provide at-risk women and domestic violence survivors with self-efficacy, job education and financial literacy training through a program called “Sisters Helping Sisters”.

Fostering Hope Mentoring Program

Our mentoring programs are designed to help young ladies in the areas of personal growth and development, cultural enrichment, and social development.

NCBW SACRAMENTO’S FOSTERING HOPE MENTORING PROGRAM AGENDA
Fostering Hope Mentoring Program affords young women, ages 12-17, an opportunity to further recognize their potential for success. Participants take an active role in a variety of NCBW events and they are recognized annually for achievements.

Support NCBW Sacramento

The NCBW, Sacramento Chapter, Inc. gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our Individual and Corporate Sponsors.