I am proud to serve as the President of 100 Black Men of Sonoma County, Inc. We were founded in June 1990, as a member of the national organization of the 100 Black Men of America. The National organization is a global network encompassing 116 affiliated organizations, with a combined membership of more than 10,000.
We are committed to improving the quality of life for African Americans in Sonoma County. Our Chapter includes African American men, who are established leaders in their chosen fields, including business, finance, taxation, a grant writer, education, medicine, law, technology, commerce, marketing, athletic director, coaching, and public affairs. We are committed to using our talents to empower our youth and strengthen our community.
Our success over the past 30 years has been the direct result of the committed men and corporate partners who have invested their time and resources to impact young black males and their families as well as other members in our community.
We seek members who are willing to contribute their time and talents to the organization to make a difference in the community. If you are interested in becoming involved in our organization, we are interested in you. All interested candidates are asked to submit an application, meet with the members of the board, and attend at least one of the chapter's events in order to complete the application process.
The Founding Fathers of 100 Black Men of Sonoma County, Inc.
The names listed below were the persons named as the initial
Directors in the Articles of Incorporation of the
100 Black Men of Sonoma County.Signed and Date: May 14, 1991
William B. Clarke, Anthony Harris, William Tanner, Ted Keys, Lee Cumming, Curtis May, Raymond Prezzy, Perry Ecton, Joe Sturdivant, Anthony Harris, Gregory Jones,Willam Dacus