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Jameka S. Whitten and Candice Johnson

Source: Ron Holland / Jameka Whitten and Candice Johnson

When it comes to the empowerment of Black women, whether it’s in the area of education, economics, politics or in corporate board rooms, black women are taking the reigns of leadership and making their mark.  At the forefront of empowering black women is the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.  And the organization’s Queen City Metropolitan Chapter – which has established itself as a significant voice in Charlotte – is also on the front lines of women’s issues. ‘COMMUNITY VOICES’ host, Ron Holland delved into the organization’s efforts with Candice Johnson, First Vice President of Programming for the Queen City’s Metropolitan Chapter  and Jameka S. Whitten,  CEO of JSW Media Group and the organization’s Public Relations liaison about the Chapter’s upcoming 3rd Annual ‘My Sister’s Keeper’ Award Luncheon.

 

 

 

 

 

Third Annual ‘My Sister’s Keeper’ Award Luncheon to Honor local Leaders and Students was originally published on praisecharlotte.com

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