If you were unable to attend the monthly meeting for the Austin Section of NCNW, please keep up to date with our President’s Vision by reviewing her monthly reports! Details on current, upcoming, and past events that the Section, or our President, have participated in will be summarized on a monthly basis for your convenience! Always stay in the loop!
Welcome from our newly elected president, Sheri Marshall and a roll-out of her vision for the Austin Section:
Health and Wellness, Advocating and communicating health challenges and disparities in the African American community; Education, Educating and training young women and children with an emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM); Economic Empowerment & Security, focusing on financial literacy and stressing entrepreneurship; Youth, forming new organizational partnerships to encourage young African American women and men to embrace the values needed to build strong families and communities and Corporate Partnership; Building a Value Proposition, and a Strategic Vision to engage partners.
The month of May was filled with details on the upcoming Membership Tea, a review of activities for the year, and encouragements from the President. Check it out!
See Announcements about the upcoming Boat Ride, the mentoring program, and the Annual Membership Tea!
Read about the success of the Black History Roll Call Program in February as well as the community outreach program partnership with LifeWorks, teaching students how to sew. Facebook has photos of both events!
Get ready for the Black History Roll Call coming this month, Black History Month 2016. Find out more details on that event and others in our community. Don’t forget elections are coming this year.
Welcome to the New Year! The Section is planning for the Black History Roll Call program for Black History Month. Check out details and get your ticket!
2015 is on its way out so it’s time for a year in review and a year to come! Check out our proposed calendar for the 2016 year.
Looking forward to the Holiday Season! Read highlights on the Health Fair and Youth/Young Adults Conference.
Updates on Harambee Breakfast, a shift in focus from internal to community centered activities as well as a list of current and new positions within the Section.
Highlights of upcoming events: Harambee Breakfast and The Youth and Young Adults Conference as well as community events.
The Section retreat was well attended by the executive board and some affiliate leadership members. Discussion revolved around budgeting, program planning, calendar set up, and proposing future partnerships. Find out more details by clicking on the link!
Information on the upcoming August retreat as well as a request to all members to share ideas on how to improve the effectiveness of the Section. President Sprinkles invites all leadership to the retreat, including Affiliates, to brainstorm actions for the upcoming year.
Check out a synopsis of our Annual Membership Tea, key note speaker (Dr. Sheila Overton), and key updates regarding the Section’s status.
Promotion of the upcoming Membership Tea as well as kudos to our Section’s first male life member.
Highlights regarding the Membership Tea, Year in Review, and financial secretary findings.
A review of the success of our Black History “Roll Call” Program as well as highlights of the WeCon conference.
Summary of the activities of the committees during the January break as well as upcoming activities. Please review for details on the Black History Program “Roll Call”.
Focus is on upcoming events that were spun off of the Women and Girls of Color Conference.
Focus is on upcoming events: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Black History Month, etc. Also includes Section National status updates.
A review of the Women and Girls of Color Conference and encouragement to the membership.
The charge from the National NCNW Mission as well as an introduction of our newly elected President, Dr. Shirley Sprinkles.
An outline of our newly elected president, Dr. Shirley Sprinkles’ vision for the Section over the next biennium.