President – Francena Bean-Waters

1st Vice President (Program Chair) – Awanya Anglin-Brodie

2nd Vice President (Membership Chair) – Robin Allen-Straiten

3rd Vice President (Youth/Young Adult/Collegiate Chair) – Donyae Brown

Recording Secretary – Rachel Graham 

Corresponding Secretary – Audrey Smith   

Financial Secretary – Debra Hood

Treasurer – Aisha Pounders

Parliamentarian (Bylaws Chair) – Terri Mason, Esq.

Chaplain – Darlene White

Historian – Julia Winborne


Stand Up For Mental Health event on June 8, 2024

Welcome to the website for The Greater Baltimore Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Following in the footsteps of founder Mary McLeod Bethune and President Emerita Dr. Dorothy Irene Height, the Greater Baltimore Section of NCNW aims at helping women of African descent to improve the quality of life for themselves, their families, and the community through advocacy, community services and personal development programs. We invite you to join us at our events and to become a member. GBS cannot continue its important work domestically and abroad without your support.

Our mission is to advance opportunities and quality of life for women of African descent, their families, associate members, and communities.  This is done through disseminating information about relevant issues, leadership training, mentoring, advocacy, community services and personal development programs.  Globally, GBS-NCNW supports women at the Centre de Promotion Feminine Arts Menages (CEPROFAM) in Bainet Haiti and Bahari Sisters in Nairobi, Kenya East Africa. 

A Two for Tea June, 9, 2024 recap!
Special thanks to 
NCNW Morgan State for their support!

 Please join us in congratulating our First Vice President and President-Elect, Awanya Brodie as she has been selected to receive the Special Award for Outstanding Woman in Industry (Careers) at the upcoming Mid Atlantic Region - Bethune Height Recognition Program in September.


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