National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO)

National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) was created in 1970 to represent the interests of African American elected officials. NBC-LEO's objectives include increasing African American participation on NLC's steering and policy committees to ensure that policy and program recommendations reflect African American concerns and benefit their communities.

The organization also works independently with its members to inform them on issues affecting the African American community and helps to devise ways to achieve their community objectives through legislation and direct action.  NBC-LEO conducts its annual meetings in conjunction with NLC's Congress of Cities and Congressional City Conference.

Membership

NBC-LEO welcomes new and returning members each year. The easiest way to join NBC-LEO is by paying annual dues and fees via the November Congress of Cities registration process. Information about joining and dues and fees is available on the NLC Congress of Cities registration form. Dues and fees can be paid online in conjunction with the NLC conference registration fee. Prospective new members may also join throughout the year by filling out the membership application located in the membership brochure and submitting it to NLC via its instructions.

2014 Board of Directors

President
 
President-Elect
 
Adman McFadden James Walls

Adam McFadden
Councilmember
Rochester, New York

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 James Walls
Mayor
District Heights, Maryland

First Vice President

Second Vice President

Immediate Past President

Priscilla Tyson

David Howard

Jacquelyn Johnson

Priscilla Tyson
Councilmember
Columbus, Ohio

David Howard
Councilmember
Charlotte, North Carolina

 Jacquelyn E. Johnson
Councilmember
Newark, New Jersey


Board Roster

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