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Coalition History

The Coalition of 100 Black Women - Central Florida, Inc., was organized in September 2009 under the leadership of Attotney Dan Yelle McCarty and Attorney Michelle Bottex.  Today, the Coalition consists of a diverse generational group, committed to delivering programming through activities, partnerships and participation opportunities with a significant focus placed on the areas

of Public Policy,  Health & Wellness,

 Economic  Empowerment, Environmental Equity, Civic Engagement, Community Advocacy, Education  Empowerment.

Our Vision

​The Coalition of 100 Black Women of  Central Florida, vision is to be a visible and vocal force to reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities against Black Women and Girls in Central Florida.

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Our Mission

The Coalition of 100 Black Women - Central Florida, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to advocate on behalf of Black Women and Girls through national, state and local actions and strategic alliances  that promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education, economic empowerment and social justice.​​

Our Agenda


- Public Policy

​- Economic Empowerment

​- Environmental Equity


- Education Empowerment

- Health & Wellness

- Civic Engagement

- Community Advocacy

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