2018 Leadership

The Leadership Team for the Metropolitan Nashville Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women is elected by the membership and tasked with ensuring that the organization continues to grow and remains a key part of the community it was created to serve.

Veronica Marable Johnson
President
Bio

 

Allegra Montgomery WalkerAllegra
Walker, Esq.
First
Vice President
Elnora
Larkin

Second
Vice President
Cherie
Allen
Third
Vice President
     
     
Raquel
Qualls-Hampton 
Secretary
Katherine
Brown

Assistant Secretary
Jennifer
Gamble

Financial Secretary
     
     
Catrice
Cooke
 
Treasurer
Rena
Thompson
Historian
Patricia 
Malone 
Parliamentarian 

 

2018 Members

Albertine Allen
Crystal Banks
Yvonne Bertrand
Katherine Y. Brown
Veronica Clark
Catrice Cooke
Kimberly Cox
Shaundra Davis
Ruth Dennis
Angela Ellis Nelson
Danielle Frazier
Shirley Ann Frierson
Jennifer Haile
Saletta Holloway
Monchiere’ Holmes-Jones
Pamela Kellar
Teresa Larkin
Brenda Landers-Ward
Bridgette Long Hickey
Patricia Malone
Lisa McGee
Freida Outlaw
Janet Rachel
Rena Thompson
Theren Womack

Membership in the Metropolitan Nashville Chapter is by invitation only and is extended to those women who exhibit outstanding ethical character, integrity, proven leadership skills and have marked accomplishments in their respective professions, along with a demonstrated commitment to purposeful advocacy and service within the community.

To join the Coalition, a current member in good standing must sponsor you and one additional current member in good standing is required to endorse the sponsorship. Along with that is a selective application review, non-refundable applicable fee and interview process. Membership is contingent upon recommendation by the Coalition’s Membership Committee with final approval by a majority vote of current chapter members in good standing.

The Coalition is an organization comprised of dynamic women who make valuable contributions to women of color, particularly African American women, and their families through advocacy and service. The benefits of membership are intrinsic in value and can only be measured by how we favorably impact others in need.