I am honored that you have chosen to visit our website and learn more about NCBW's role in the Northern Palm Beach County community. Our membership represents a diverse group of progressive women from various professions dedicated to advocacy on behalf of women of color. The West Palm Beach Chapter was chartered on April 23, 1994, under the leadership of Mrs. Ethel E. Isaacs. We strive to create a world where socioeconomic inequality does not exist for Black women and girls.
As the President of the West Palm Beach Chapter, I have the pleasure of serving alongside some dynamic change agent women of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. West Palm Beach Chapter. As a chapter, we will continue our mission to advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in health, education, and economic empowerment. In addition, we will continue to build on our work to influence policy that supports our mission.
As we continue our advocacy work on behalf of black women and girls locally and nationally, please consider supporting our efforts. If you are interested in joining our distinguished sisterhood, we invite you to visit our membership page for more details.
Anitra Moss, MS
West Palm Beach Chapter President
"I want to be remembered as someone who used herself and anything she could touch for justice and freedom. I want to be remembered as one who tried." – Dorothy Height