The Southeast District of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. (NANBPWC, Inc.) was organized in March 1958 in Montgomery, Alabama by Florence Allen Holmes, National First Vice-President. The Southeast District is the first district organized in NANBPWC, Inc.
Through networking and outreach, the Southeast District commits to fostering purposeful relationships, increasing membership, improving technology skills to enhance social bonds, and remaining faithful to our core values of unity, teamwork, and sisterhood.
As members of the NANBPWC, Inc., we are committed to protecting and promoting the interests of business and professional women within our Association and the communities we serve. Programs are the core of NANBPWC, Inc. it is our interest to help bring our Association’s mission alive through creative programming to include webinars, conferences, and collaborative partnerships. Take a moment to learn about all that the NANBPWC, Inc. has to offer!
The members of The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. are progressive, innovative and dynamic women who continue to uphold the tenets of our Founders and promote the highest standards of business and professional acumen. We invite you to become a member of a national organization with over 80 years of dedication to making an impact for individuals in communities throughout the United States and abroad. JOIN US!
Giving Tuesday 2021
NANBPWC will host "So You Think You Can Dance - Giving-Tuesday" - a virtual fundraiser consisting of trivia questions focusing on women, B&P, and black history. There will be a Fashion show, games, and dancing. Brittany Montgomery, Brittney Doyle, and Nikki Baker will serve as hosts, B&P's own "DJ Lorrie" (Lorrie Ayers-Hutchinson) will provide the music and Gwen Landrum will MC the fashion show. NANBPWC Members and Friends please join and register.
To register go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/.../so-you-think-you-can-dance...