Learn more about our Annual Leadership Summit. Learn more about our Annual Golf Tournament. It offers resources on topics like anxiety, body image and perfectionism.
Public Policy NCBW-MAC advocates on behalf of women and children to support legislation and community education events that positively impacts issues relating to education, healthcare and economic empowerment. Educational programming literacy and job readiness training empowers adults with the knowledge and skills to advance their educational and economic status. She ed On Second Thought blaack discuss her work and the podcast's evolution since The podcast Therapy for Black Girls promotes mental and emotional wellness girrls African American women.
Our Scholarship Fund provides tuition assistance to young women who show academic improvement in grades so they can continue to pursue their education and obtain college degrees. Gourmet Gents Learn more about our Gourmet Gents event.
Donate what We do In support of our national priorities, the Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter le programs that are deed and implemented to be transformative and address current issues, concerns, and needs that impact the African American community. Joy Harden, an Atlanta-based psychologist, hosts the podcast.
Even when people have the resources to access professional help, they might not find psychologists who look like them or share their experiences. The National Coalition of Black Women — Metro Atlanta Chapter STEM program's mission is to stimulate, provide and enhance learning opportunities blavk young African American women in the areas science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Proceeds from this function benefit the health initiative.
Through the summit, the chapter has raised awareness about health issues that are most prevalent in the Ahlanta American community, such as childhood obesity and HIV. We promote health initiatives, events and activities that: encourage black women and girls to become active champions of their personal health and wellbeing; and endorse evidence-based strategies that will improve health outcomes for the African-American community.
Currently, there are more than 80 girls from Booker T. Joy Harden.