The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. - Central Mississippi Chapter has several Signature Chapter Program and Activities.  These activities help forge the mission, values, and vision of the Chapter to help support and foster local community needs and issues of African American Women and Girls.  The Chapter's Committees are uniquely formed in order to properly advocate and create a unique demographic representation of the Central Mississippi community.

Signature Programs & Activities Include:

  • Annual Holiday Top Hat BRunch - FUND DEVELOPMENT

  • Scholarships & Awards Ceremony - Programs

  • Sister-to-Sister WORKSHOP - MEMBERSHIP

  • Annual Spring High Tea EVENT - MEMBERSHIP

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The Central Mississippi Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. annually awards scholarships to outstanding high school graduating seniors within the Central Mississippi area.


2014 Scholarship Awards: 

     Xiara Day - Brandon High School                   

  Kyeisha Dennis - Canton High School                

Rakedra Ford - Crystal Springs High School          

   Emoni Harris - Provine High School                   

    Camara Jones - Brandon High School                  

    Whitley Pannell - St. Joseph High School                  

  Alexia Thomas - Murrah High School                   

  Comelia Walker - Canton High School                   

   FranTreasea Williams - Crystal Springs High School         

   Kristen Williams - Murrah High School                   


2013 Scholarship Awards:

 Jasmine Barnes - Hinds AHS, Brittany Bass - Provine High School,

Ebony Davis - Vicksburg High School, Deja Patterson - Clinton High School,

Kayla Smith - Hazlehurst High School, Jennifer Smith - Callaway High School

Gabrielle Teague - Forest Hill High School


2012 Scholarship Award:

Khadijra Britton - Wingfield High School, Jordan Carter - Northwest Rankin High School,

Acacia Cooper - Northwest Rankin High School, Cornelia Greene - Northwest Rankin High

School,  A’Kendra Lewis - Clinton High School, Monia Moore - Jim Hill High School,

Chezlyn Patton - Terry High School, Kiana Pauline - Clinton High School