Our Chapter History​

Birmingham, Alabama

Founder Yvette Quarles Chatman began organizing and planning in October 2014.  During the first meeting at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute on November 15th Mrs. Chatman formed the Birmingham, AL Chapter of NHBW, Inc, with 37 charter members.  The members consist of community activists that have a concerted heart for community change and the NHBW initiatives.

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Our Chapter
Founder

Grass Roots

Our Sister's Keeper

Our goal is to affect the community at its source by working through  the needs of our community. We collaboratively  institute programs effectively at the grass roots level that are committed to preservation and diginity of the family.

  • Mentor young girls and women to achieve thier highest potential.

  • Promote and sponsor projects that improve and enrich lives through the arts and cultural currents of the community.

  • Create opportunities that enable women to affect meaningful changes in their professional and personal life.