Submit Your Proposal to Present at the Jewel Plummer Cobb Sisters Conference on Health Equity and Generational Wealth Panels

“Our most important task is the guidance and inspiration we can give to young people through the process of education.”
— Dr. Jewel Plummer Cobb

The theme for this year’s conference presented by the AADC Black Alumnae Network (BAN) is Advocating for Yourself: Our Voices Matter!

Submit Your Proposal to present on one of two panels for Health Equity and/or Generational Wealth.  Submit your proposal here. Proposals must be received by Thursday, June 20, 2024.

Our conference will be hosted on Saturday, October 26, 2024 at the Douglass Student Center. Our theme encompasses the importance of advocating for yourself and others in healthcare spaces and securing generational wealth both before and after retirement. We will explore health equity, personal strategies to achieve your best health, business equity barriers and wealth building.

We are proud to announce that N.J. Assemblywoman Tennille R. McCoy will deliver the keynote address at the upcoming conference. Assemblywoman McCoy is a steadfast advocate for progressive change and community well-being, embodying the essence of a true community champion.

The AADC Black Alumnae Network (BAN) is an AADC affinity group was established in 1981 to address the social, political and economic concerns of alumnae of African descent through programming, mentoring and networking. Developed to promote and strengthen sisterhood among its members, AADC BAN provides its members a voice and educates the larger community about issues pertaining to her alumnae.
 

Proposals submission form. We look forward to receiving your proposal!

Panelists share expertise with Douglass Alumnae at Sisters Conference named in honor of former Douglass College Dean
Associate Alumnae of Douglass College Black Alumnae Network logo.
Audience at Douglass Alumnae Black Alumnae Network listen to keynote speaker at Jewel Plummer Cobb conference.