Advocating for the Health, Education, and Economic Empowerment of Black Women

NCBW-SVC’s 2019 Jazz Brunch & Community Awards Fundraiser is set for April 28, 2019!

NCBW-SVC’s annual Jazz Brunch and Community Awards Fundraiser support P:SMT-Pathfinder: Science, Math and Technology Sponsorship Program, for girls grades 4-8, and other Chapter programs.  NCBW-SVC’s P:SMT program helps girls develop an appreciation for math, science and technology. Our goal is to encourage young girls to prepare for careers in the interdependent high-tech economy and global scientific community.


NCBW-SVC’s 2019 Community Awardees:

– Woman of the Year in Education: Dr. Paula M.L. Moya
– Woman of the Year in Technology: Dionne Cherise Morgan
– Woman of the Year in Advocacy: Dr. Noha Aboelata M.D.
– Man of the Year: Charles “Chappie” Jones
-President’s Award: TBA

2018 Jazz Brunch Photos


The HIV /AIDS Forums are a vehicle to inform, educate, and eliminate the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.  The Forums held in High Schools this year and over the past 8 years have meaningful impact on the students and are well received by the students and important to instill in them behavior that will keep them healthy and affect their quality of life.

For more information, visit Health.

Advocacy & Public Policy

NCBW-SVC remains engaged in the advocacy of National, State, and Local issues impacting women of color.

For more information, visit Advocacy & Public Policy


For ten years, the Pathfinder: Science, Math and Technology (P:SMT) Sponsorship program has encouraged 4th–8th grade girls of color to develop an appreciation for science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) by sending them to STEM camps throughout Silicon Valley.
For more information, visit Education

Cultural Arts & Community Relations

NCBW-SVC understands the importance of cultural arts in a well rounded education and encourages attendance and participation in local community theater productions.
For more information, visit Cultural Arts & Community Relations