The National First Vice President is responsible for creating national programs to carry out the purposes and objectives of the Association for adults and young adult clubs.
National Convention activities include workshops, opportunities for clubs to showcase outstanding projects and their Women’s History project. Recognition is given for year-end reports documenting compliance with the national program objectives. Individual members are recognized for volunteer service performed in their communities.
– Diane E. Toppin
The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.’s program focus is (LETS) Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Service provided in the areas of Health, Education, Employment and Economic Development—H.E.E.D. Clubs identify local needs and implement projects to address the issues in their communities.