The Brooklyn Club


International Affairs Division

We salute club sister, Iona Connor-Thomas for her unwavering commitment to the continued development of her community of students at William VS Mary University in Liberia.  We presented a beautiful custom fabric to the International Governor, Northeast District Governor,  her good friend and President of the Bedford Stuyvesant Club Jean Black (past president of the Brooklyn Club) and of course to her home club, The Brooklyn Club.  We will continue to support her efforts to educate and empower women abroad.  


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Club News

 Congratulations to The Brooklyn Club for receiving a 2016 National Program Award

Club Members in the Media

Brooklyn Club of NANBPWC member, Iona Thomas-Connor is seen above on the left end of panel. Brooklyn Business and Professional women are every where!

Club President Honored

Congratulations to our Club President Barbara Biggs-Glover for receiving the

Woman of Distinction Award from the

East New York United Concerned Citizens, Inc.

Ombudsmen News

OMBUDSMEN: A men's auxiliary comprised of the husbands, male relatives or friends of adult club members.




 Dr. Raymond B. Croskey

Congratualtions Dr. Croskey for being elected president of the American College of Counselors, Inc. at the 2007 American Psychotherapy Association Conference in Kansas City Missouri on October 5th, 2007.  

The American College of Counselors, Inc. (ACC) is a national and international group of professionals in counseling and human services committed to increasing their knowledge and awareness of human development and its manifestations of complex behavior and emotional problems.  


The Brooklyn Club NANBPWC

Chartered  1945


Lorrie Ayers-Hutchinson

Director of Membership

Deborah Ballard

NANBPWC, Inc. Mission

Our mission is to promote and protect the interests of African American business and professional women; to serve as a bridge for young people seeking to enter business and the professions; to improve the quality of life in the local and global communities; and to foster good fellowship.


1806 New Hampshire Ave, N.W.

Washington, DC 20009

(202) 483-4206



NBUFC # 10458

(National Black United Federation of Charities)