NATIONAL CONGRESS OF BLACK WOMEN
Kansas City Chapter
AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP BLACK TIE
Theme: "Reaching Milestones: Empowering One Woman at a Time"
ABOUT THE GALA
The National Congress of Black Women, Inc. - Kansas City Chapter (NCBW-KC) will host its 6th Annual Awards and Scholarship Black Tie Gala on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. The event will take place at the Delta Athenaeum, 900 E. Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 64109. This year’s theme is Reaching Milestones: Empowering One Woman at A Time as we will celebrate surpassing 5 years as a nonprofit organization. The gala will be hosted by Rae Daniel, KSHB 41Action News Reporter. The awards dinner will also honor public servants, professionals and community members for their dedicated service. Guests will enjoy an evening of delectable dishes, an elegant awards ceremony and sensational music. The evening will begin with a photography, silent auction and complimentary cocktail reception at 6:00 p.m. The attire is formal, requiring a gown and tux. Valet parking will be available.
We are honored to have Kansas City’s own, author, speaker, business strategist and motivational powerhouse, Marquita Miller-Joshua, as our keynote speaker. Founder and CEO of Five Star Tax and Business Solutions (a full-service accounting firm in Kansas City, Missouri), Marquita Miller is a small business expert contributor on local television morning shows and a national magazine publication. As a well-known advocate for entrepreneurship, Miller’s signature event, No More Excuses Only Results, has transformed thousands of business-minded individuals to experience radical success. Miller is Past President of National Speaker Associate Kansas City Chapter; Board Member for Metropolitan Community College and Economic Development Loan Corp; and proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. To learn more about Marquita, visit www.marquitamiller.com
This is the 6th year the Kansas City Chapter has awarded scholarships to students of the Kansas City Metropolitan. One educational scholarship is awarded to a high school student going to college, and another scholarship is awarded to a working adult returning to school to continue their education. Our scholarship recipients for 2019 are, Phoenix Smith of Oak Park High School (MO) and Shawntae Baldwin of Park University. On November 9, 2019 your donation and support will make a difference in the life of two students who have high hopes of academic achievement. This year, the chapter will also honor Attorney Arimeta DuPree, Esq., Ms. Jumesha Wade and Ms. Yalonda Robinson. Congratulations to our honorees! Tickets for the event are $75 and include a drink ticket, an amazing dinner, admission to the award ceremony, onsite party and souvenir journal. For more information, contact Sylvya Stevenson by email at email@example.com, or call 816-974-3237.