WHAT WE DO

NCNW addresses local needs while impacting communities nationwide. NCNW’S programs promote civic engagement, empower voters,  educate business owners, prevent HIV/AIDS, tutor and mentor youth and young adults, close the digital divide and  STEM gaps, encourage healthy lifestyles, promote traditional values and serve seniors and disadvantaged youth.

Our Programs

  • Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship
  • Mental & Physical Health
  • STEAM Education
  • Public Policy & Values

Millennial Webinars

NCNW has curated the Millennial Entrepreneurs (ME!) webinar series within the context of an ever-changing technological landscape (e.g., social media marketing, email writing strategies, etc.) and with an intentional focus on entrepreneurship and financial literacy. The monthly ME! webinars provide direct training in essential entrepreneurship principles and equip young, burgeoning entrepreneurs with the necessary tools to build and sustain a successful business.

Women's Empowerment Webinars

These webinars offer various strategies on how to help you maximize your chance for success in your business and minimize your financial risk.

Black Women & the Fight For Abortion Rights

Reproductive justice activists speak on the significance of "We Remember," a document released 30 years ago advocating for black women's right to choose.

All Of Us Research Program

NCNW, in collaboration with Delta Research and Education Foundation, is a partner in All of Us Research Program, an historic effort to gather data from one million or more people living in the United States to advance innovative health research that may lead to more precise treatments and prevention strategies. By taking into account individual differences in lifestyle, environment and biology, researchers will uncover paths toward delivering precision medicine. 

NCNW seeks to establish a more comprehensive, integrated response to the need for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics education for communities of color.  In recognition of the fact that economic stability and career opportunities are enhanced by familiarity with STEAM, NCNW believes it is important to cooperatively plan for and implement measures that will provide greater awareness of STEAM careers and greater access to the paths to those careers.

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Moving the legacy forward

across the globe, we are united in our dedication to women’s rights