Welcome to The Brooklyn Club of The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Incorporated's website. You have entered a portal that has a stellar history of community service, and women dedicated to supporting each other. Our history dates back to 1944, when our illustrious National President, Ruth Handy, called 21 prominent African American women of Brooklyn to organize the Brooklyn Club. They included some of the first African American Public School Teachers, Doctors, Journalists, Funeral Directors, Social Workers, Music Teachers, and Entrepreneurs. They received the National Charter in November 1945 in Chicago at the National Convention.
The Brooklyn Club is committed in its volunteer efforts by following our National mandates in the areas of Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Technology and Service (L.E.T.S.).
I encourage you to become a member of our Brooklyn Club, NANBPWC, Inc.. Let's work together to strengthen families, provide opportunities for our youth, and dare to make a difference as, 75 YEARS OF :" SISTERS INSPIRING PROGRESS ( S.I.P.)".
Yours In Sisterhood,
Barbara Biggs Glover
Members Only Leadership & Transition Retreat- Friday August 20, 2021, 6:00 P.M.- 8:00 P.M.
Via Zoom Link
Club meeting dates are usually the 2nd Monday of every month except where noted*
Club meetings are scheduled to be held via ZOOM LINK TBA 5:30 PM-8:00 PM
*September 13- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
*October 11- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
November 8-Leadership Training & Club Meeting
December 13- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
January 10- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
February 14- Leadership & Club Meeting
March 14- Leadership & Club Meeting
April 11- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
May 9- Leadership Training & Club Meeting
June 13- Leadership Training & Club Meeting