The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization, whose vision is the full participation of Black women in the mainstream of Long Island economy.  
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Rachel Bretton

rachel bretonRachel Breton decided to leave her position as an assistant vice president at a top Fortune 500 financial services firm on Wall Street to pursue her lifelong dream of entrepreneurship.

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Barbara McFadden

mcfaddenBarbara McFadden, Senior Vice President for Resident Care at Buena Vida Continuing Care was recognized for “Outstanding Contributions to the Nursing Profession” at the 22nd Annual National Black Nurses Day Celebration. The Theme “Let’s Celebrate Nursing."

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Grace Blake

grace143Grace Blake is the new President of the Long Island Chapter of Partners. Partners of the Americas is an international grassroots network connecting volunteers, institutions and communities to serve and change lives. Long Island is partnered with St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Grenada.

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Delores Smalls

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Delores V. Smalls is a full professor and coordinator of Educational Counseling in the Department of Student Personnel Services at Nassau Community College. Delores Smalls, added two honors to her impressive work as a leader in our community when she received the Community Service Award by the Coalition of Black Trade Unionist, Long Island Chapter.

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Dr. Veronica Henry

henry veronicaDr. Veronica Henry promoted at Farmingdale State College Alumna and Former Nursing Professor to Head Diversity Issues

Dr. Veronica Henry, a member of the campus community since 1981, has been promoted to Executive Assistant to the President.

 

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Wilma Holmes Tootle

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The Links, Incorporated
Long Island Chapter

Wilma Holmes Tootle is President of The Links, Incorporated, Long Island Chapter and President of the Big Apple Links Cluster.

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