The NCNW members work through a committee structure to accomplish the organization’s work in the community. NCNW Greater Atlanta Committees overview:

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  • The Business Directory Committee gathers information from NCNW Greater Atlanta members and local businesses in an effort to build a resourceful online directory.

  • The Communications Committee creates, updates, and manages the Section’s website, social media accounts, electronic communications, and printed materials.

  • The Education Committee acts as a liaison to the Section Members and explores partnership opportunities in Atlanta area and surrounding communities.

  • The Foster Care Initiative Committee is committed to serving at risk, abused and neglected youth. The committee works with Carrie Steele Pitts Home year-round holding trunk parties and sending care packages to students who are going off to college.

  • The Health Committee promotes health and fitness by providing information regarding health care awareness in our community.

  • The Hospitality Committee coordinates refreshments; extends a warm welcome to Members and visitors; recognizes achievements, illnesses, birthdays and bereavements of our Members and their families.

  • The Membership Committee develops and implements membership recruitment activities, annual membership drive and membership orientation.

  • The Paraphernalia Committee sources NCNW branded items and recommends these items for Section-wide wear.  

  • The Political Action/Public Affairs Committee provides the Section with information and education on the political process that impacts our community and supports voter registration activities.

  • The Program Committee coordinates the total NCNW programs in order to guarantee all-out efficiency of the purposes of NCNW.

  • The Public Relations Committee provides a positive and professional image of within the Atlanta community by promotes community awareness of NCNW Greater Atlanta Section events and activities using print media, radio, television, articles, and advertising.

  • The Ways and Means Committee conducts fundraising activities to support the projects/programs of the Greater Atlanta Section.

  • The Volunteer Committee is comprised of individuals who express a willingness to volunteer for various events and community initiatives.

The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) is a non-profit organization with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African-American women, their families and communities. NCNW fulfills this mission through research, advocacy, national and community-based services and programs in the United States and Africa.

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