NOBEL-Women Annual Legislative Conference
ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE
The National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women’s (NOBEL-Women) Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) is the organization’s annual policy meeting where more than 200 African American women legislators join industry leaders and stakeholders from around the country to discuss legislative and policy issues impacting the Black community.
The NOBEL-Women Annual Legislative Conference provides a Black woman’s perspective on public policy with thought-provoking and educational conversations among leaders, the community and stakeholders. Hundreds of attendees from across the country and around the world attend this four-day conference to learn about the challenges and opportunities facing black America. The NOBEL-Women ALC provides the platform for collaboration and policy development to occur among national, state and local leaders and their constituents.
About NOBEL Women
NOBEL Women is a national non-profit, non-partisan 501 (c)(3) organization originally established in 1985 to increase and promote the presence of black women in government and in corporate leadership. NOBEL-Women is composed primarily of current and former black women legislators and a number of appointed officials. Currently, we represent 238 Black women legislators in 40 of 50 states.
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