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IBWPPI MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS

Bernita McCann-Hightower, Treasurer, OH | IBWPPI

Board Member Spotlight

It is with tremendous excitement and enthusiasm that we announce the appointment of Bernita McCann to the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute. Director McCann joined the Board of Directors two years ago and has been a valuable contributor to our work and the forward movement of the organization. We welcome her leadership and intellectual contributions to the leadership team of IBWPPI in her elevated post on the board.

Bernita McCann is the President & CEO of Next Generation Fuel, which is a wholesale distributor of petroleum-refined products and alternative fuels throughout the United States and South Africa. Learn more about her background here.

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Announcements for Members of the Young Ambassadors Program

We’re proud to share that Young Ambassadors Channell Mellish and Jazzmine Dowtin have graduated from the Masters Series for Distinguished Leaders program. The program is operated by the Skinner Leadership Institute and is geared towards people of color in middle management, ages 25-45, from the corporate and civic arena.

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Channell Mellish serves as the Director of
Public Affairs at the Office of the New York
City Public Advocate.
Jazzmine Dowtin serves
as the Senior Government
Affairs Assistant and Intern
Coordinator at Toyota North
America.
 

Looking to enhance your leadership skills? The Masters Series for Distinguished Leaders (MSDL) success is first rooted in a bipartisan, intergenerational faculty of expert leadership developers, with access to top leaders across the globe, and a proven track record of equipping young leaders for exceptional performance. Learn more about MSDL here .

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