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We Welcome you!

NCNW’s mission is to lead, advocate for and empower women of African descent, their families, and communities.

NCNW Pledge

It is our pledge to make a lasting contribution to all that is finest and best in America, to cherish and enrich her heritage of freedom and progress by working for the integration of all her people regardless of race, creed or national origin, into her spiritual, social cultural, and civic life, and thus aid her to achieve the glorious destiny of a true and unfettered democracy.

Our Founding President
Rhonda L. Taylor

Rhonda Taylor has always been actively involved in the community and she is linked to many organizations; but her love has always been with NCNW where she grew up working avidly with youth and fundraising. She was a member of the Atlanta Regional Section as well as the DeKalb Section before moving to Rockdale county.

 

A few years later in January of 2013, she invited 5 women together in her living room and they organized the Rockdale-Newton Section in just a couple of months. The Section was chartered with 80 members in May of 2013 hitting the ground running- eager to serve in the community.

 

Rhonda served for 5 years and she led strongly, establishing our committees, creating visibility for the Section, and outlining our initiatives. Her motto followed that of our organization's founder, Mary McLeod Bethune - "Invest in the human soul. Who knows, it might be a diamond in the rough".

 

Rhonda has continued to live by this motto and serving remains her priority.

 

She is currently a Georgia State Representative, but you can always find her working with her NCNW sisters as the Section continues to grow and assist women and families in the Rockdale and Newton county communities.

Immediate Past President
Debbie Hillman

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Debbie R. Hillman is the CEO of Developing Human Resources Consultants, a Child and Family Development Consulting Company.  Debbie served two terms as President, championing many causes.

 

She has distinguished herself as a bright, enthusiastic, energetic leader, whose caring compassion and love to “serve all mankind” is exemplary. 

 

This community champion and Life Member currently serves as the State of Georgia’s Good Health WINs Project Coordinator.  Her mantra is “service is the rent she pays for her time here on earth”.  And, she demonstrates that through her Co-Chairmanship of the Newton County Domestic Violence Task Force and NAACP  Community Involvement/ Political Action; while also serving on the Georgia State Political Action Committee. 

 

She gives wings to prayers at the Bethlehem Baptist Church, through her leadership of the Social Action Ministry and Family Council.

 

Debbie is also a charter member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Chi Tau Omega Chapter, National Council of Negro Women-Rockdale-Newton Section, NewRock Top Ladies of Distinction, and the Orchids.  She was also the inaugural president of Chi Tau Omega’s Community CARES Foundation. 

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