NC100BW

Greater Omaha Chapter

For more information, you can contact us

Email: ncbwomaha@gmail.com

Phone: 402-490-0600

Address:

PO Box 641984

Omaha, NE 68164

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The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Greater Omaha Chapter

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

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Our Signature Programs

Women of Color Leadership Conference and Legacy Awards Luncheon

Money Matters

Mental Health Summit

Talking Circles

Women of Color Leadership Conference and Legacy Awards Luncheon

The Annual Women of Color Leadership Conference and Legacy Awards Luncheon addresses the need for promoting awareness and providing information to women seeking leadership development, professional growth, and networking. The Coalition is proud to offer this day-long event as an opportunity for networking, developing support systems and sharing experiences with other women the skills for leadership and ladders of succession that birth new and nurture experienced leaders instinctively.

 

NC100BW Greater Omaha Chapter, a 501-C3 non-profit organization implements innovative and advocacy-driven programs which support our mission of advocacy on behalf of black women and girls to promote solutions in leadership development and gender equity in health, education and economic empowerment. Each year, we recognize women in specific industries to inspire black women to aspire to overcome challenges and reach the apex of their success in any field

Money Matters

Coming soon. 

Mental Health Summit

The Mental Health Summit (MHS) is the National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s continuing education bearing program that advocates on behalf of black women and girls through striving to bridge the mental health gap between awareness and disparity by providing one plenary session and nine break-out educational sessions that impact adolescents, adults, families, professionals and the community at large. Our mental health training sessions are strategically planned with hopes of minimizing stigmatization and increasing community consciousness associated with the African-American mental health paradigm.  The sessions will stimulate thought and engage the audience in processes that affect behaviors which lead to mental health struggles. The program will benefit those who are interested in learning more about mental health and how mental health concerns impact the African-American community. Existing community mental health resources, advocates and treatment programs are also outlined in an effort to place our community members in a position of strength when it comes to their mental wellbeing. 

Talking Circles

Coming soon 

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