Prince George's County Section, NCNW, Inc. Executive Officers
(Left to Right) Dolores M. Tilghman, President; Loretta Tillery, 1st Vice President; Gerry Eggleston, Treasurer; Betty S. Griffin, 2nd Vice President; and Danyale Corradi, Correspnding Secretary. Sandra Owens, Recording Secretary and Charlotte Simpson-Hopkins, Financial Secretary (not shown).
2015 Fashion Show/Jazz Luncheon Committee
Left to Right: D. Stratton; F.Vinson; S.Jordan; P.Dula; P.Brown; E.Allen; B. Murdock; B.Griffin; C. Simpson-Hopkins; G. Eggleston; and S.Owens. (L. Tillery-not shown) D.Tilghman, President (Seated)
Literacy Program Committee
Ms. Lakesia Brown, Instructional Lead Teacher (Literacy) of North Forestville Elementary School, introduces the students to the Literacy Program Committee in their first reading session called the “Lunch Buddies”.
Literacy Program Committee
The Literacy Program Committee initiates activities at N. Forestville Elementary School to stimulate student interest and love for reading. Top Row/Left to Right: V.Douglas, D.Stratton (Chair); S. Johnson; Bottom Row/Left to Right: B.Griffin; D.Day; J. Porter; and G.Eggleston.
Literacy Program Committee - Black History Program
The Committee held a Black History Program for 4th and 5th grade students featuring the Females RE-Enactors of Distinction (FREED) from DC’s African American Civil War Memorial and Museum. The Re-enactors and their characters were: Left to Right: Rev. Dr. R. Thomas (Harriet Tubman); H. Hassell (Mary Smith Kelsey Peak); and P. Tyson (Hallie Quinn Brown).
Message From The President
Welcome to the website of the Prince George’s County Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
Please review the links of this website. We particularly want you to visit the updates on Section programs, meetings, special events, and the image gallery. If you have comments and/or suggestions, feel free to contact us.
If you reside in the Prince George’s County community area, please consider becoming an active member. Your continued support in providing financial contributions, in-kind donations, and/or volunteer services have enabled this Section to make a difference in the lives of many women, children and families living in the Prince George’s County community.
I hope you enjoy your visit and thank you for your interest in the Prince George’s County Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.
Dolores M. Tilghman
- October 24, 2015 8:30 am14th Annual Prayer Breakfast
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Why Choose Us
Become involved with an organization that is committed to women issues and gives back to the community! The Prince George’s County Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. is that organization. This Section supports and promotes the programs of National Headquarters and develops and/or sponsors specific educational and charitable projects impacting on women and families residing in the Prince George’s County community.
Who We Are
The Prince George’s County Section of the National Council of Negro Women is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all women and families residing in the Prince George’s County community.