NOBEL Women – Staff Changes
Washington, DC – The National Organization of Black Elected Legislative (NOBEL) Women(http://nobel-women.org)
The National Organization of Black Elected Legislative (NOBEL) Women would like to thank Waikinya Clanton, former National Executive Director, for her dedication to the NOBEL Women organization. As National Executive Director, Waikinya served with distinction and was instrumental in bringing awareness and promoting the goals of NOBEL Women. Therefore, we are proud to wish her continued success in her new opportunity and in all of her future endeavors.
NOBEL Women is pleased to announce, effective September 18, 2017, LeTonia Hardin, MPH, as Interim National Executive Director. Since September, 2016, LeTonia has served as Development Manager for NOBEL Women focusing on fundraising and corporate relationship management. LeTonia joins NOBEL Women after serving, since 2004, as Director, State Government Affairs, at AbbVie and Abbott Laboratories. Throughout her career, LeTonia has always championed the purpose of NOBEL Women and in 2013, LeTonia received the NOBEL Women Women of Distinction Award-Government Relations for her leadership in facilitating policy initiatives regarding women’s cardiovascular health. LeTonia brings to NOBEL Women 15 plus years of tenured relationships with policy makers, advocacy groups, and other industry stakeholders on the state and federal level. LeTonia received her Masters of Public Health from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, in 1997. LeTonia can be reached at email@example.com.
NOBEL Women is also pleased to announce Krystal Leaphart as Operations and Policy Associate. In her role, Krystal will work in the national office facilitating all day to day operations, including Conference and event management. Krystal joins NOBEL Women after her four (4) years as Staff Assistant and Chief of Staff from IMPACT as well as her experience at the NAACP and the YWCA, National Capital. Krystal’s wealth of knowledge, experience, and advocacy in intersectional racial and social justice, youth civic engagement, and young black women initiatives, are of value add to the NOBEL Women organization. Krystal can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOBEL Women is a non-profit, non-partisan national organization comprised of current and former black women legislators. NOBEL Women, since its inception in 1985, has always focused on inspiring women to take an active role in public policy and in leadership. NOBEL Women has expanded its vision to serve as a global voice to address the countless issues affecting the lives of women and to provide economic, social justice, and quality of life for their constituents.