Fannie Robinson, President
Fannie Robinson is the president of the National Council of Negro Women, View Park Section. As president, she keeps abreast of View Park Section’s programs and events while being the intermediary between View Park Section and the National Headquarters Office. Fannie serves as the head of the Executive Committee and facilitates the general meetings and executive board meetings. Fannie is responsible along with the Executive Board for the enforcement of the
Constitution and By-Laws as governed by the Section. As president, Fannie is empowered to establish and appoint standing committee and non-elected officers, and she also holds the position of formal spokesperson for View Park Section. Fannie is the author of the book Quiet Storm under the pseudonym Bella. In addition to being an author, as an entrepreneur and businesswoman, Fannie has worked in Corporate America for more than 20 years as a Human Resources Director and various other positions, in her spare time, she serves and has served as a Youth and Young Adult Counselor for The Greater Chicagoland YMCA bridging young adults into leadership roles, served as Chairwoman for Juliet Lowe Cadette Troop 385 Joliet, IL, Lifetime member All Nations Church of God In Christ, Joliet, IL, Sunday School and Vacation Bible School Administrator The Good News Bible Children’s Center, Joliet, IL, and just to further highlight her managerial and leadership abilities, she opened and operated her own trucking and construction company in Joliet IL from 2002-2006 which rapidly lunged her into being required to keep abreast of Public Affairs and Organizational Social Responsibility for the company’s self-regulation and accountability.
Currently, Fannie works as an advocate for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault victims, trafficking victims, child abuse, and low-income individuals and families at Matters of the Home Foundation, Inc., where she is the founder and director. She is also the CEO of Sharp Rags, Inc., her own clothing business. Fannie is a board member of Salute2Kindness, Inc., a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to serving veterans. She is also a mentor mentoring the youth at Rightway Foundation, Inc., and Faith Family Foster Network, Inc. (3FN). She is an active and dedicated member of Hill City Church LA, where she serves as the Leader of the Children’s Ministry. Fannie holds a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in Human Resources and Marketing and with a past history of theological studies at Payne Seminary, an HBCU.
Lisa Weston - 1st Vice President
Carolynn Martin - 2nd Vice President
Imelda Sanders - Treasurer
Carolyn McGruder - Financial Secretary
Crystal Alexander - Acting Secretary
Stephanie Haynes - Parliamentarian
Gail Biggers - Chaplain