The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. and the Black Women’s Health Imperative (BWHI) join together on Tuesday, July 14 to present the virtual discussion, “Our Health, Our Community: Mobilizing For The Survival of Black Women Beyond COVID-19.


The discussion, supported by Ebony Media, is part of a larger webinar series that features a group of dynamic Black women who are leaders in government, corporate America, and civic organizations throughout the United States.

The local discussion is set for 6:00 p.m. on Facebook Live and will be moderated by Sacramento State’s Interim Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, Dr. Robin Carter.

Participants include Congresswoman Karen Bass, who chairs the Congressional Black Caucus and was recently vetted as a possible running mate for presidential candidate Joe Biden; Dr. Elizabeth Sherrell-Davis, president of the Sacramento chapter of the 100 Black women; Dr. Angela Marshall, BWHI Board Chair; Greater Sacramento Urban League President and CEO Cassandra Jennings; Stephanie Bray, president and CEO of United Way of California Capital Region; legislative advocate Lydia Bourne; mental health advocate Dr. Kristee Haggins, Linnea Willis-Smith; attorney- entrepreneur Dr. Renetta Garrison-Tull, UC Davis’ Vice Chancellor of Diversity Equity and Inclusion; and wealth mentor Leslie Stewart.

To register for the discussion, visit 27pC