Atlanta millennials hope to reset community service organization

A historic number of black women spanning generations and professions were recently sworn in to establish the National Council of Negro Women Greater Atlanta Section; a clear indication that millennials are dedicated to carrying on NCNW’s commitment to improving the quality of life for women of African descent and their families. Family, friends, local politicians […]

Atlanta welcomes new chapter of NCNW, the Greater Atlanta Section

Wearing black dresses and adorned in pearls, the National Council of Negro Women Greater Atlanta Section’s members were installed during a ceremony at Ben Hill United Methodist Church located at 2099 Fairburn Road in Atlanta’s southwest community on Sunday, March 20 2016. The evening’s keynote speaker was Ingrid Saunders Jones, the national chair of NCNW. […]

‘Who’s Who in Black Atlanta’ honors Atlanta’s leading professionals

  On Nov. 28, rolling out attended the Who’s Who in Black Atlanta event where more than one thousand of Atlanta’s best and brightest gathered to pay tribute to the city’s leading professionals for their contributions to the business community. We had a chance to meet a few amazing attendees and honorees who were kind enough […]

7th Annual Atlanta Gospel Fest – Music and Healthcare Festival

It is the year of perfection for the 7th Annual Atlanta Gospel Fest which was held at the Georgia World Congress Center.  Guests and participants of all ages came together for a weekend filled with music, healthcare awareness and the Word of God.  With appearances from celebrity names such as Montell Jordan, Shirley Ceasar, and Pastor Sabrina […]