The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Delaware announces the induction of 33 new members.
The inductees bring expertise and passion to the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Delaware, further strengthening the organization's commitment to empowering Black women and girls in the areas of economic empowerment, education, health, and public policy.
"We are incredibly honored to welcome these talented and dedicated women to our sisterhood," said Melanie Daniels, president of National Coalition of 100 Black Women Delaware. "Their commitment to advocacy and action will undoubtedly make a significant impact on our community."
Ms. Daniels said, "As we embark on 2024, we are energized by the addition of these remarkable new members. Their contributions will undoubtedly propel our organization to new heights of success."
Dr. Doris Griffin, vice president of membership, said, “We are excited to have 33 women join hearts and hands for the purpose of advocating and advancing Black women and black girls in our great state.”
Cassandra Evans, a new member, said, "Joining NCBW Delaware is deeply meaningful to me, as it allows me to honor the legacy of my great-grandmothers, who were passionate advocates for their communities. I am truly honored to stand alongside women who share my commitment to empowering Black women and girls."