During this monumental time, it is imperative we recognize, celebrate, and honor the legacies of powerful women who have served as pioneers, trailblazers, and activists throughout history.
In honor of Women's History Month, the Licking County NAACP cordially invites you to join its Women of Power Hour on Thursday, March 17, 2022, from 6-7 p.m. EST via Zoom. This event will highlight a panel of seven powerful women of color who use their voices to create equitable and sustainable change in Licking County. Hear from the leading ladies of Licking County as they share their experiences serving in positions of power and influence.
Angela Abram — Vice President of the Reynoldsburg City School Board
Ronda Barber — Founder and publisher of OhioMBE, Ohio’s largest Black-owned business publication
Teneah Chambers — Teacher, Former Candidate for Etna Twp Trustee, Candidate for State Senate
DeVeonne Gregory — Director of Compliance for Ohio’s Academy for Urban Scholars and Candidate for County Commissioner
Kandice Hairston — Advocate for women in recovery and re-entry, member of Newark Think Tank on Poverty
Angie Jenkins — President of Reynoldsburg City Council
Brianna Johnson — Chief Diversity Officer and DEI Director, OSU-Newark and COTC