NOBEL Women is the country’s premier organization of Black women legislators committed to increasing and promoting the presence of Black women in government, non-profit, and corporate leadership.
The organization accomplishes its mission by facilitating leadership training and development, protecting the public interest of women and families, and supporting policy initiatives that contribute to the enhancement and sustainability of the Black community.
If you are interested in joining our Corporate Advisory Council, supporting one of our national programs, or a custom collaboration, feel free to reach out to our headquarters at email@example.com or by phone at 202-507-6246.
We have designed a number of tiered packages that provide you and your organization the opportunity to tap into our network and garner an excellent return on your investment.
As a valuable voice of Black women, we realize the responsibility to represent authentically and build relationships that mirror our commitment. Partnering with NOBEL Women is one that guarantees that your organization stands in solidarity with our mission and vision.
NOBEL Women's external membership is an opportunity for your organization to participate and engage leaders in policy development and address issues that face our nation and beyond. NOBEL Women's Corporate Advisory Council (CAC) has a membership that allows for immediate engagement and support.
CAC members are able to serve in various roles on multiple committees and will be able to submit policy recommendations via the NOBEL Women CAC Policy Report.
CAC members will be listed separately and designated as such on the NOBEL Women website and have reserved seating and verbally recognized at NOBEL Women events. All NOBEL Women Partner members will be listed on the NOBEL Women website for the current year. NOBEL Women Partners will also be listed in the program booklet at NOBEL Women events.
NOBEL Women policy summits and round tables focus on issues that directly affect women and communities of color as they relate to economic equity, education, health, technology, and telecommunications.
More than two-thirds of Black women turned out to vote in the 2020 presidential election—the third-highest rate of any race-gender group.*
Black women now hold the top executive post in 8 of the 100 most populous cities, matching their proportion of the U.S. population, which is 7.8%. *
“From corporate boardrooms to city halls to Congress, decision-making tables make better decisions when they are diverse.”-Kelly Dittmar, Associate Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University–Camden and Director
Black America is taking control of both the economic and media influence they hold and they are using it to invest in
Black experiences, Black communities, and Black content.
In 2020, Black Buying Power was at $1.57 Trillion. In 2021, Black viewing power was at 1.06 Trillion.**
60% of Black Women agree they are more likely to purchase brands that support a cause they care about.
*Center for American Women and Politics
** Nielsen AA Report