Greeting to our Members, Sponsors, Family and Friends!
I am humbly grateful that you are visiting our website.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women is a non-profit advocacy organization founded in 1981 and we are proud to have just celebrated 37 years of empowering women in the pursuit of justice.
Since October 26, 1995 when the Chattanooga Chapter was chartered, we have built a rich legacy of advocating on behalf of Black women and girls.
Advocating for empowerment and economic change, we work united in sisterhood to provide the women and girls of our community programs that meet their needs. These programs focus on our National agenda in the areas of Health, Education, Leadership Development, Economic Empowerment and Public Policy.
Your support of our fundraising events enables us to continue our “Sista -To-Sista” mentoring program based at Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) and our “Reach to the Future” Scholarship Program where we award at least $10,000 in scholarships to deserving inner-city high school students each year.
We are so grateful for the support of our sponsors, families and friends — everyone in our Chattanooga community. Thank you for your interest in our mission.
I hope you will return to our site frequently to monitor our advocacy work and remain abreast of the programs we provide to the women and girls of our community.
Chattanooga Chapter President