A Model Chapter

Proud to earn award again for operations, service

President Thedosia L. Munford said it was an honor for the Chapter to receive this recognition at the 19th Biennial Conference in Atlanta. Several Chapter Sisters participated in the ceremony. 

In addition to the recognition, the Prince George's County Chapter had nine Chapter Sisters attend the Conference and receive national amendment updates, 2019 resolutions, installation of elected officers and Board of Directors. 

 

Chapter Sisters in attendance were President Thedosia L. Munford, Second Vice President Cheryl Quick, Past President Gretchen Lofland, Recording Secretary Debra Nixon, Anita Graham, Public Policy Committee Chair Darlene Carter, Gail Hudson-Nickerson, Dottie Chicquelo, and Past Vice President Jennifer Dickens.

It was an amazing experience to once again receive the award for 2019 MODEL CHAPTER!," said NCBWPGC President Thedosia L. Munford in a message to Chapter Sisters. "Again our unity and commitment to advocate for Black women and girls in the areas of education, health awareness and economic empowerment was acknowledged nationally.

"Thank you for your hard work and collaborative efforts for this recognition.  Together we are successful."