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  • Phoenix, AZ 85066
  • 602-935-0252

    Madam CJ Walker Save the Date – June 10, 2023

    About NCBW

    The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1970 which through advocacy, our members work as change agents to influence the policies that promote gender equity in health, education, civic engagement, and economic empowerment for Black women and girls. At the National level, NCBW reaches a span of 62 chapters across 27 states. The Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter (this chapter) was chartered on November 14, 2015, with forty-six dynamic, Black, women leaders.

    Our Economic Empowerment initiative focuses on programming that promotes financial literacy, family wealth building, and entrepreneurship. Our comprehensive workshops and seminars promote economic self-sufficiency while ensuring that Black women entrepreneurs have a voice, resources, technical skills, funding, and the network to ensure their sustainability.

    About the Madam C.J. Walker Economic Empowerment Expo

    On behalf of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter (NCBW Phoenix), we are excited to invite you to be a part of our 2023 Madam C.J. Walker Economic Empowerment Expo with the theme:

    “Empowering Tomorrow’s Shepreneuers”

    Our 2023 Economic Empowerment Expo is named in honor of the life and legacy of the first self-made millionairess, Madam C.J. Walker. Paying homage to the life and legacy of Madam C.J. Walker, the 2023 Economic Expo celebrates Black women-owned businesses and offers mini empowerment sessions designed to engage, network, educate, and harness the collective power of Black women entrepreneurs.

    For the first time, NCBW Phoenix is also celebrating the future generation of Black women entrepreneurs by highlighting Black women entrepreneurs under the age of 18, who completed our Youth Entrepreneur Series (YES) program and who were winners of our YES Biz Grant and Pitch Perfect contest. As a part of the Youth Entrepreneur Series (YES) offered by NCBW Phoenix, and with the financial support and strategic partnership of Afro Unicorn and other community partners, NCBW Phoenix developed the Youth Entrepreneur Series (YES) Biz Grant specifically for young, Black, women aspiring or existing entrepreneurs between the ages of 5-17 who reside in the Arizona. The YES Biz grant was developed to drive positive systemic change that results in gender equity in business and economic empowerment, to create a foundation for building generational wealth for Black girls, and to promote and support youth entrepreneurship. The YES Biz Grant awarded five $1,000 grants and three $500 grant to help the recipients to launch a new business venture or reinvest in their existing businesses. By investing in the entrepreneurial endeavors of these young, Black women, we are proactively closing the gaps in pay equity for Black women and girls and demonstrating our commitment to advocating for and investing in, young Black women entrepreneurs.

    During the MCJW Luncheon and Expo, we will celebrate the accomplishments of these young Black women entrepreneurs as they are the next generation of Black entrepreneurs to pave the way for others, and to follow the legacy of Madam C.J. Walker “to provide employment to hundreds of women of [our] race.”

    The timely Expo falls on the heels of Black Women’s History Month (April) and three months shy of Black Women’s Equal Pay Day (September 21).

    Sponsorship Levels

    • CLICK HERE for our sponsorship invitation if you are interested in joining our partnership and our mission to advocate on behalf of Black women and girls. Sponsorships are used to invest in programming for the upcoming year.
    • CLICK HERE to download our sponsorship package, including levels of contributions, information regarding vendor tables, and ad opportunities.
    • CLICK HERE to register for the event.

    Please direct all questions to the Economic Empowerment Committee at