The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – Orange County Chapter (NC100BWOC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization established in 2000, Co-Chartered by Yvonne Wiley-Webb (President Emeritus) and Norma Cunningham (Chartering Vice President). Our chapter serves Orange County in southern California and surrounding communities. We have been recognized locally and nationally for our efforts in community advocacy, financial literacy and health education.


Our Vision

Our organization has the opportunity to give back to the communities in a meaningful way. It is imperative that we assist and sustain the progression of women in an evolving world. NC100BWOC recognizes that one of our most important responsibilities is to develop the next generation of leaders.


Our Mission

To advocate on behalf of women of color to promote gender equity in leadership development, health, education and economic empowerment.


Our Charter Members are dedicated and ambitious women of advocacy who established the Orange County Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. in 2000. We show immense gratitude for their efforts each and every day.

  • Brenda Armour
  • Marilyn Berns
  • Nellie Berry
  • Peggy Boatright
  • Jeanette Burns
  • Charlotte Cephas-Boyd
  • Inez Cabil (Archie)
  • Alberta Christy
  • Patricia Clemons
  • Joyce Coleman-Mc-Ghee
  • Policia Cook-Perez
  • **Norma Cunningham
  • Marlene Dyce
  • Lanell Dore Goodman
  • Marne Glass
  • Ruth D. Hayes
  • De Vera Heard
  • Adleane Hunter
  • Dawn Hymes
  • Alesia Jackson
  • Joyce Jordan
  • Cynthia Kerns
  • Carol Latham
  • Helen Matthews
  • Pauline Merry
  • June Moore
  • Dorothy Owens-Whitehurst
  • Velma Rhetta
  • Doris Robinson
  • Cathy Shelby
  • Fannye Steele
  • Beverly Strother
  • Natalie Tolliver
  • Mae Ussery
  • Joan Vaught
  • Lisa Webb
  • Katherine Jones-Watson
  • Ollie Louise Whitaker
  • *Yvonne Wiley-Webb
  • Fran Williams
  • Valerie Williams-Sanchez
*President Emeritus
**Chartering Vice President