Board Members

Brenda Johnson-Moore

Brenda Johnson-Moore, Ed.D. Dr. Moore's enthusiasm and commitment to succeed…

Seretha S. Tinsley


Seretha S. Tinsley   Seretha is the Owner of several…

Virginia W. Harris, CGFM


Virginia W. Harris, CGFM   Dynamic, highly respected, public servant…

Dee Strum


Dee Strum   For over 30 years, Dee Strum was…

Beverly A. Pasley Johnson


Beverly A. Pasley Johnson   Beverly A. Pasley Johnson retired…

Elizabeth Young


Elizabeth Young   Elizabeth Young is the Deputy Director of…

Lavern R. Kelly


Lavern R. Kelly   Lavern R. Kelly is President and…

Mary L. Harden


Mary L. Harden   Mary Harden is a Residential Real…

Michele McNeill-Emery2


Michele McNeill-Emery   Michele is a seasoned health care administrator…

Nadine C. Bonds


Nadine C. Bonds   Nadine C. Bonds celebrates her 27th…

Paula J. Ward


Paula J. Ward   Paula Ward's varied and extensive community…

Sherese Brewington-Carr


Sherese Brewington-Carr   Sherese Brewington-Carr is a System's Change Agent…

Wilma Holmes Tootle


Wilma Holmes Tootle Ms. Tootle is a native of Autaugaville,…

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News & Information


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 2016 Annual Leadership Retreat, June 22-25

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Whether you choose to travel by train, plane, bus or car it doesn't matter, just be in RICHMOND, VIRGINIA for NCBW's Annual Leadership Retreat, June 22-25, 2016. AND, remember, the Leadership Retreat is for "ALL" NCBW members and "EVERY" member is encouraged to attend. This year's retreat will be hosted at the Richmond Hilton Hotel & Spa/Short Pump, 12042 West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23233, right off Interstate 64, just 20 minutes from the Richmond International Airport. Join the national leadership team, local chapter leaders and other Coalition sisters as we gather to be empowered and network through participation in interactive workshops and presentations designed to strengthen our knowledge and skills.

During down time enjoy the convenient location of the hotel which is within walking distance of the Short Pump Town Center which features a selection of entertainment options including shopping, movie theaters and dining.


For those that don't want to venture out, relax in a guest room seamlessly blending comfort and functionality. Catch up with work at the desk with internet access, or simply relax watching the 42-inch HDTV. Or you might choose to visit the Aura Spa and Salon for a facial or body treatment and enjoy the serene ambience of the chromatherapy lounge. Swim laps in the indoor pool or work out at the fully equipped fitness center. You may also choose to taste freshly cut steak at the hotel's onsite Shula’s American Steak House, inspired by NFL coach Don Shula, or gather with friends in the lobby café with a favorite Starbucks coffee. Wind down after a busy conference day in Shula’s Lounge offering an array of fine liquors.