Leadership

Founded Feb. 12. 1909, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest, largest and most widely recognized grassroots-based civil rights organization. Its more than half-million members and supporters throughout the United States and the world are the premier advocates for civil rights in their communities, campaigning for equal opportunity and conducting voter mobilization. The NAACP’s principal objective is to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of minority group citizens of United States and eliminate race prejudice. The NAACP seeks to remove all barriers of racial discrimination through the democratic processes.

Officers

Administrator- Benard Simelton

President - Sabrina Hodge

1st Vice President - (vacant)

2nd Vice President - (vacant)

Treasurer - Clara Brown-Trimble

Treasurer - (vacant)

Secretary - Johnette Williams

Asst. Secretary - (Vacant)

Committee Chairs

Armed Forces & Veteran Affairs - (vacant)

Communications/Press & Publicity - Johnette Williams

Community Coordination - Taylor Toynes

Criminal Justice - Vacant

Economic Development - (vacant)

Education - (vacant)

Environmental/Climate Justice - Renee Robertson

Finance - (vacant)

Freedom Fund - Sharon Middlebrooks

Health - Kebron Alexander

Housing - (vacant)

Labor & Industry Political Action - Darwin Stephens

Legal Redress - Nigel Redmond

Life/Membership  - (vacant)

Political Action - Casey Thomas

Religious Affairs - (vacant)

Women in NAACP (WIN) - Katrinka Pouncy

Youth Work & Youth Advisor - Linda Lydia

Youth President - Hannah Henderson

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