Women in Government / Politics

Madam President Darlene Walker attends the Winslow Township Re-organization Meeting and Swearing-In Ceremony on Saturday, January 3, 2015.  NCBW SNJ Chapter members Lori Watson, Commissioner, Human Relations Commission and Rhonda Johnson, Commissioner, Environmental Commission were sworn in during the ceremony. L to R Lori Watson, Committeewoman Evelyn Leverett (supporter of NCBW SNJ) Darlene Walker, and Rhonda Johnson.


Congratulations to Rhonda Johnson, Director and Civic Affairs and Public Policy Chair, National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Southern New Jersey Chapter for being sworn-in , second term Mayoral Appointment as member on the Environmental Commission, for the One Hundred Seventh (170th) Re-Organization, Township of Winslow New Jersey on January 3, 2015.   Rhonda will continue to promote and support the Sustainable Jersey programs, the township’s active Green Team and “going green projects” which are beneficial to the quality of life and continue to educate community residences of the importance a sustainable living environment enhances the Township of Winslow community.  


Congratulations to Lori Watson, Director and Membership Chair, National Coalition of 100 Black Women – Southern New Jersey Chapter for being sworn-in , 1st term Mayoral Appointment as member on the Human Relations Commission,  for the One Hundred Seventh (170th) Re-Organization, Township of Winslow New Jersey on January 3, 2015. The purpose of the Human Relations Commission is to assist in promoting good relations between all the people of this community and to demonstrate a high regard for the protection of the civil rights of all persons. The creation of this Commission affirms that Winslow Township's strength and quality of life derives, in part, from its diversity and recognizes that issues concerning racial, ethnic or religious tension can undermine the strength and unity of a community and is detrimental to the community's health and well-being.