05/18/2019  Our Section Celebrates
      100 Members!


"Black Women United A Powerful Force"

NCNW is a voluntary non-profit [501(c)3] membership organization with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African American women, and other minority women their families and communities.

St. Peterburg Metropolitan Section National Council of Negro Women, Inc.

January 2019

Not all members pictured

The St. Petersburg Metropolitan Section (SPMS) has kept the momentum, fulfilling the vision and mission while providing services and building partnerships with others in their community.   Our mission is to advance programs that provide the quality of life for women and young girls of color.  
Members have opportunities to represent NCNW as a volunteer in matters to advance the quality of life for families and your communities.

Purpose:  The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. is an organization of organizations that promotes empowerment and unity among black women and other women in matters affecting the educational, cultural, ecomonic, social and spiritual life of people. 

For 77 years, SPMS has represented the interests of black women in the community, energized by concerned individuals.  

2018-2020 Officers
Not Pictured:  Althea Hudson & Timeka Walker

Our Story In Video
Over the past year, the St. Petersburg Metropolitan Section of the National Council of Negro Women Incorporated have had opportunity to change lives and uplift the community through a sundry of projects.  Please enjoy our year in review!

The video has music and the first minute of this video is a rendition of Ain't No Stopping Us Now!  If you have 5 minutes this is a must see!

Video controls are in Youtube, feel free to advance beyond the first song.  This video was created for a State Presentation.


As is our custom, each meeting is opened with a spirit-filled song and a heartfelt prayer for our Sisters and the community.

This video is a snippet of us singing "This Little Light of Mine".  I wish I could have captured more of it, but  it didn't strike me until later.

Shot at our April Monthly Meeting!  What a time!