100 Black Women
Prince George's County Chapter
2020 - 2022
1st Vice President
Dr. Gretchen Lofland
2nd Vice President
Thedosia L. Munford
3rd Vice President
Immediate Past President
Debra Nixon, president of the Prince George's County, Maryland Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., is no stranger to the advocacy of civil rights and social justice movements.
She's a former advisor to the late Leon Sullivan's African-African American Summit. She is a founding board member of the health advocacy organization USAction and a life member of NAACP.
Nixon retired from the Michigan Education Association as lobbyist and the director of the Center for Revitalization of Urban Education and served as associate executive director of the Louisiana Association of Educators. She retired in 2019 from the Maryland State Education Association as an organizational specialist coordinating leadership development, minority and women's programs and National Education Association Convention logistics.
She is uniquely qualified to advocate for Black women's and girls' gender equity in the areas of economic empowerment, health awareness, education opportunity, public policy and social justice as president of NC100BW-PGC. She is former bylaws committee chair, and recording secretary of NC100BW-PGC.
Her spare time brings on family and friends, swimming, reading painting and poetry.