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What does NCBW stand for?

NCBW stands for National Coalition of 100 Black Women


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GSC-BWLA--formerly the National Bar Association Women Lawyers Division, Dade County Chapter--along with its community partners, the South Florida Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College, The Giving Fund, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Greater Miami Chapter, and Millennium Movers, sponsored the forum to educate the community about judicial candidates in Miami-Dade County.
A ninety-eight-page Activity Book for African American Families: Helping Children Cope with Crisis was prepared by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the National Black Child Development Institute, in conjunction with organizations such as the 100 Black Men of America, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the Congress of National Black Churches, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Jack and Jill of America, the National Association of Black Social Workers, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, and the National Medical Association, to provide information and help for black families in the aftermath of the September 11 tragedy (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development & the National Black Child Development Institute, n.
Additionally, she has been recognized with several awards including recognitions from the Alliance for Women in Media 60 @ Sixty Women in Media, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Northern Virginia and as one of the 2007 "Top 10 National Broadband Promoters" by Broadband Properties Magazine.
Our Corporate Diversity Recruitment Program focuses on developing strong relationships with many organizations including Historical Black Colleges and Universities, the National Black MBA Association, the National Society of Hispanic MBAs and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and Urban Bankers Forum.
What started as the brainchild of its first chair, Jewell Jackson McCabe, and a group of about two dozen women quickly burgeoned into a national organization--The National Coalition of 100 Black Women.