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We are pleased to announce that John E. Armstrong, Jr. has been appointed as 100 Black Men of America, Inc.’s new CEO. John brings decades of experience to the 100 and has a proven record of taking nonprofit, cause-driven organizations to the next level. We have a highly dynamic environment that requires a CEO capable of accelerating and effectively delivering change where needed. John’s track record of leading operations, successful fundraising, program development, board governance, and setting strategic direction is an excellent fit for our CEO position. His appointment is a clear reflection that the 100 is fired up after another strong year and ready to take on the future in an even greater capacity.
We have many opportunities in front of us and the Board’s vote was unanimous that Mr. Armstrong’s qualifications and broad nonprofit work, at both a national and global level provides perfect alignment. The current and future needs of the 100 requires a CEO with established partner building skills, new program development experience and a track record of launching first time initiatives across multiple states and targeted International locations.
John’s volunteerism is vast and includes serving as the founding chapter president of the 100 Black Men of the Triad. We are excited for this next chapter in the 100’s history. Read CEO’s Bio.
Student success will be the celebrated as outstanding area high school and middle school mentees are honored for their success at the Third Annual Awards and Recognition Breakfast. Students in the 100’s Success Academy and local middle school will be honored by 100 Black Men, their parents, community dignitaries and others.
Due to Covid-19, this event has been rescheduled until 2021.
For more information, contact: Manny Santos at (617)835-1624 or [email protected]
Do you want to be a part of one of the nation’s premier mentoring program? Do you want to network with successful Black men in the Wilmington area? The 100 Black Men of Coastal North Carolina is accepting applications. Make your interest known by leaving a comment on the “Contact Us” Form.
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The 100 Black Men of Coastal North Carolina golf outing will be held at Castle Bay Country Club in Hampstead in June 2021. This year’s event was cancelled due to Covid-19. Questions should be directed to James Graham at 810-252-4921 or use the button above to email us. Our golf website is: 100bmcnc.com. We are a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization. Proceeds will be used for scholarships are other programs