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About WOCPSCN

Women of Concern Professionals and Strategic Conscious Networking began on Linkedin,  December 2008.  Two years later, WOCPSCN became a community professional organization.

 

At the home of its origin, the first community project was the Antioch (CA) Film and Music Festival.  It was designed to bring the cross-generational and the multicultural community of the Northern Bay Area of California together for a three-day event that included music, the arts, and film that would have taken place, Labor Day Weekend, 2010.  However, it was canceled due to the city council's limited understanding of creating community, unity, and growth.

Still committed to the economic and professional progression of women, the first AM Power Networking took place in Oakland, CA at the Caffe' 804, and at Nuce Nuce Cafe, Antioch, CA. The success of both venues led to the PM Meet-n-Greet and the development of three additional regional groups that included the San Francisco Bay Area, Hayward, and Los Angeles, CA.

In 2012, WOCPSCN adopted God's Planet Four Haiti Elementary School first kindergarten class through the support of the Lavendar Luncheon fundraiser.   In 2014, the Jazzy Jz Awards honored outstanding young professional women as WOCPSCN experienced professionals established a one-year mentoring program for the awardees.

Health concerns of domestic violence helped to establish the Walking In Silence for the Silenced:  Domestic Violence Solidarity Walk that takes place the first Saturday in November.  In 2013, the first Walk took place in Australia, Sacramento, and the campus of UCLA.

The growth of the NYC (Harlem) chapter has included the  Women of African Diaspora Griots, a literary group that advances the intellectual growth of women and girls through storytelling.

 

 Walking In Silence for the Silenced:  DV Solidarity Walk wants to remove the image stigma from DV. The Queen Nzinga Project brings together the beauty and fashion community. The QNP purpose is to enhance the self-esteem and confidence of women that reside in DV housing by extending Swag Bags filled with beauty and hygiene goodies.

WOCPSN is a 501 (c) 3 community education organization that has a national presence.

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