Unit Election Results

electionWe are pleased to announce the results of our 2016 election for the Unit Officers and Executive Committee Members for 2017-2018. The elected officers are Cozy Bailey- President; EJ Scott- 1st Vice President; Keith Smith- 2nd Vice President; Emily Proctor- Treasurer; and William Stackhouse – Assistant Treasurer.  For the Executive Committee the following were nominated and elected: Andrea Bailey, Alice Davis, Marvella Johnson, Ardine Marie, Don Scoggins, and John Steinbach.  These officers and Executive Committee members will be sworn in on January the 17th at our General Membership meeting. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend this meeting.

 

Prince William Candidate Roundtable

forum2The Prince William Unit of the NAACP is hosting a Candidate  Roundtable on Wednesday, October 26th,  at 7:00pm at First AME Church 10313 South Grant Ave.  Manassas, VA 20110.

There are many issues facing the African American community: criminal justice reform, economic sustainability, voter suppression and many more.  Where do the candidates stand?  Come to the PW NAACP Candidate Roundtable and find out. The Roundtable will focus on identifying the economic challenges and opportunities of the African American community in the County, Manassas City and Manassas Park.  Economic Sustainability is listed as the first item in the NAACP 21st Century Game Changers which can be viewed by clicking here.  We are inviting all Candidates representing our area: Congressional District Candidates from the 1st ,10th and 11th; and local candidates in Manassas City and Manassas Park.

Feel free to submit any questions you may have for the Candidates. You may do this by visiting our Facebook event and accessing the survey questionnaire referenced there, or go directly to the survey by clicking here.

Thank you for your assistance in promoting this roundtable and sending it to your contacts.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Please pass this information to all organizations that you are involved in and your friends and family.

 

Unit Election Update

electionThe PW NAACP unit will hold its bi-annual election on November 15th. The nomination process closed on October 17th so that the unit secretary could validate all nominations.

You must be a member in good standing as of October 16th to vote in the unit elections on November 15th.

Who leads the local NAACP is important. Not just the president, but the vice presidents, the secretary, the treasurer, and the members of the Executive Committee. The leadership sets the unit agenda and engages partner organizations so that the PW NAACP can more effectively accomplish its mission.

In addition to the elected officials noted above, there are appointed leadership positions on the Executive Committee and appointed Chairpersons of our various Committees.  (Review the list of Committees by clicking here.) It would be great if more of our members with vast leadership experience would consider joining the leadership team of the PW NAACP to help us move forward.

Unit Election

The PW NAACP unit will hold its bi-annual election on November 15th. In addition to the traditional process of receiving nominations for officers and at-large Executive Committee members, we have developed this tools to make it easier for our members to submit nominations. If you desire to be nominated for an office or as at-large member of the Executive Committee, then please provide the following link to those whom you would like to nominate you: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PD8NFGW. The nomination process via this survey closes on October 17th so that the unit secretary can validate all nominations.

A member of the unit must have been a member in good standing on April 1st in order to be nominated as an officer or at-large member of the Executive Committee. You must be a member in good standing as of September 17th to nominate someone. You must be a member in good standing as of October 16th to vote in the unit elections on November 15th.

Who leads the local NAACP is important. Not just the president, but the vice presidents, the secretary, the treasurer, and the members of the Executive Committee. The leadership sets the unit agenda and engages partner organizations so that the PW NAACP can more effectively accomplish its mission. It would be great if more of our members with vast leadership experience would consider joining the leadership team of the PW NAACP to help us move forward.