Who We Are


The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Memphis Chapter, is a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to civic engagement and community service, leadership development, and advocacy through the delivery of programs for women and children of color. Founded in 1982, under the leadership of Chartering President Veronica Coleman Davis (formerly Freeman) and now deceased Honorable Judge Rita Stotts, the Memphis Chapter is 1 of 61 chartering chapters of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. 

We stand strong with educated women who understand the power of collaboration and the need for a commitment to service in order to make a real a difference in the Memphis community. We are passionate about our mission to touch the lives and hearts of those we serve. Whether interested in membership as an individual, corporate partner or sponsor, we welcome your support.

If you would like additional information about the Memphis Chapter, please feel free to contact us at NCBWMemphisInfo@gmail.com.


If you would like information about the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc, please visit the national website at http://www.ncbw.org.



Welcome to the National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Memphis Chapter website. I bring you greetings on behalf of the Memphis Chapter. Our mission is to advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education, and economic empowerment. We aim to achieve this mission through strategic alliances and civic engagement.

African American women face tremendous challenges in the areas of Economic Empowerment, Education and Health.  As a result, our chapter programs are designed and implemented in response to critical national issues that affect the black community.  Our goals are to address the current issues, concerns and needs that impact the lives of African American women and girls.

I continue to appreciate the organization’s mission, vision and goals which are very much aligned with my personal beliefs about women and the critical role we play in society.  It is for these reasons that I am passionate about our programs, activities and presence in the community.


Warm Regards,

Katrina Thompson, President

National Coalition of 100 Black Women-Memphis Chapter

“As a black woman, the decision to love yourself just as you are is a radical act. And I'm as radical as they come.” 
― Bethanee Epifani J. Bryant


2020 -2021
Board Members


  • Katrina R. Thompson, President

  • Enette Hayes, 1st Vice President

  • Deborah Rivers, 2nd Vice President

  • Leslie Smith-Thomas, 3rd Vice President

  • Cynthia Johnson Webster, Recording Secretary

  • Nyshi Taylor, Corresponding Secretary

  • Dr. Brinders Jones, Treasurer

  • Charlotte Bush, Financial Secretary

  • Gwen Creech, Parliamentarian and Sgt At Arms

  • Charie Caroll, Historian

  • Natasha Boyland, Health Director

  • Jiljuana Jamerson, Economic Empowerment Chair 

  • Sanquanata King, Education Director

  • Milnetrice Thomas, Technology Director

  • Vickie Terry, Public Policy Director

  • Yvonne Acey, Nominations Committee Chair

  • Marilyn Whitney, Chaplain

Our Vision

The Vision of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. is to see black women and girls live in a world where socio-economic inequity does not exist.

Our Mission

The mission of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., is to advocate on behalf of Black women and girls in the areas of leadership development and around gender equity issues of health, education and economic empowerment.