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Casey, Jessica
Casey, Jessica
Friday, August 23, 2013 11:33:29 AM
Final Intergovernmental Affairs Job Posting.pdf

Hi all,

Sacramento has an open employment opportunity for Special Advisor to Mayor Kevin
Johnson on Intergovernmental & Legislative Affairs. Details are attached.

Please feel free to share this email.

Thanks,
Jessica

Jessica Casey
Associate Director
Urban Policy Advisory Group
Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation
Harvard Kennedy School
617-495-7437 | Jessica_Casey@HKS.Harvard.edu
Follow us @UPAG_HKS

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Celia Yniguez
Stephanie Mizuno
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 4:22:14 PM
AP Tracking.xlsx

Celia Yniguez
Council Operations Manager
Office Of The Mayor & City Council
915 I Street, 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel. 916-808-7171
Cel. 916-803-0595
cyniguez@cityofsacramento.org

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Charlita Anderson
Melita Dennis
Thursday, June 02, 2011 2:42:00 PM

National Conference of Black Mayors, Inc.


The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE
Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303

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Katrina Harrison
Heather Head
Thursday, June 14, 2012 11:11:50 AM

Dear Mayor,
Thank you so much for your participation at this year's 38th annual convention. It was so nice to see
you. We are currently in the progress of creating our newsletter and would love for your quote to be in
it. We are asking for possibly 3-4 sentences regarding your experiences and the impact that the
convention had on you.
All emails and questions can be sent to Heather Head via email at hhead@ncbm.org or via phone at
404-765-6444 ext 102.
Thank you in advance.
Sincerely,
KaTrina Harrison
Communications Intern
NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK MAYORS
191 Building
191 Peachtree Street N.E., Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303

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Leyne Milstein
David Gonsalves
Monday, June 08, 2015 1:34:20 PM
Resolution 2014-0179.pdf

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Adrianna Lucero
Cassandra Jennings
Monday, August 19, 2013 9:13:32 AM
Summary ACA NCBM ages19-34.xlsx

Adrianna Lucero
A.B. Candidate in Social Studies
Harvard College | Class of 2015

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Shantel Gilbert
Mayor Johnson; Mayor@kevinjohnson.com
RCopeland@cityofsacramento.org; Mariah Sheriff; eric.casher@gmail.com; Adrianne Hall; vanessa williams;
Shantel Gilbert
Mayor Johnson"s Invitation to Participate in the Financial Literacy Forum in Los Angeles
Friday, August 24, 2012 10:39:31 AM
Mayor Kevin Johnson- Invite Financial Lit.pdf
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Good afternoon Mayor Johnson,

Per the request of Executive Director Williams attached please find an invitation letter to participate
in the Financial Literacy Forum scheduled to take place in Los Angeles, CA hosted by Operation Host.
This letter was mailed to your office last week but I am sending the letter electronically to confirm
receipt. Thank you.

Yours in Service,

Shantel Gilbert

Executive Assistant
The National Conference of Black Mayors

The 191 Building


191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext. 106
(678) 764-8815 cell
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www.ncbm.org

Save the date!! NCBM 38th Annual Convention May 30- June 3, 2012 in Atlanta, GA!

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Shantel Gilbert
Adrianne Hall; Mayor@kevinjohnson.com; Mayor Johnson
vanessa williams; Shantel Gilbert; Heather Head
Mayor Johnson"s Appointment to 1st Vice President of NCBM - Draft Press Release
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 7:10:04 AM
Press Release- Mayor Johnson Appointment.docx
PRESS RELEASE-MAYOR KEVIN JOHNSON.DOCX
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Good morning Adrienne,

Per the request of Executive Director Williams, I am forwarding you the draft press release on
Mayor Johnson?s appointment to 1st Vice President of the National conference of Black Mayors for
his review (Please see attached). Mayor Johnson asked that we get this out before his press
conference today but we wanted to ensure there were no additional edits needed before we send it
out. Ms. Williams is currently reviewing as well. Please contact me with any questions, concerns or
additions. Thank you.

Yours in Service,

Shantel Gilbert

Executive Assistant
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext. 106
(678) 764-8815 cell
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

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Shantel Gilbert
Adrianne Hall
vanessa williams; Shantel Gilbert; Heather Head
Mayor Johnson"s Appointment to 1st Vice President of NCBM - Draft Press Release
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 7:04:32 AM
Press Release- Mayor Johnson Appointment.docx
PRESS RELEASE-MAYOR KEVIN JOHNSON.DOCX

Good morning Adrienne,

Per the request of Executive Director Williams, I am forwarding you the draft press release on
Mayor Johnson?s appointment to 1st Vice President of the National conference of Black Mayors for
his review (Please see attached). Mayor Johnson asked that we get this out before his press
conference today but we wanted to ensure he had no other edits or additions to the press release
before we send it out. Ms. Williams is currently reviewing as well. Please contact me with any
questions, concerns or additions. Thank you.

Yours in Service,

Shantel Gilbert

Executive Assistant
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext. 106
(678) 764-8815 cell
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

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Shantel Gilbert
Adrianne Hall; Mayor@kevinjohnson.com; Mayor Johnson
vanessa williams; Shantel Gilbert; Heather Head
Mayor Johnson"s Appointment to 1st Vice President of NCBM - Final Announcement and Press Release for Approval
Thursday, April 05, 2012 3:23:17 PM
Press Release- Mayor Johnson Appointment.pdf
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Good evening All,

Per the request of Executive Director Williams, I am forwarding you the final draft press release and announcement
(please see below) of Mayor Johnson?s appointment to 1st Vice President of the National conference of Black Mayors.
Please review and contact me with any questions, concerns or additions. Thank you.

Yours in Service,

Shantel Gilbert

Executive Assistant
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303

(404) 765-6444 ext. 106


(678) 764-8815 cell
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

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Mariah Sheriff
hhead@ncbm.org; VWilliams@ncbm.org; sgilbert@ncbm.org
Dominique Amis
Mayor Johnson"s Journal Article Attached
Wednesday, May 23, 2012 11:24:01 PM
MKJ NCBM education piece final.doc

Heather,
Attached, please find Mayor Johnson's journal article for the Annual Convention Journal. Please
acknowledge receipt so that I can be certain that it will be included in the final printout of the
publication.
This final draft is about 1300 words. Please let me know as soon as possible if there will be any editing
required to shorten it for final print. If so, we can work on it as soon as possible.
Mayor Johnson is looking forward to having the opportunity to connect with convention attendees
through this journal article and shed light on the issue that we all know is most important to him,
education. Thanks to you and Ms. Williams for reaching out about this.
Best,
Mariah
Mariah Sheriff
Senior Fellow
City of Sacramento
Office of Mayor Kevin M. Johnson
916.808.8828(o)
847.951.3132(c)

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Benjamin A. Sosenko
eilperinj@washpost.com
Mayor Kevin Johnson Quote
Tuesday, September 03, 2013 6:22:18 PM

Hi Juliet,
I assume you're still writing the article about ACA. Here is the statement from Mayor Johnson that we
discussed.

?We all know the harsh reality that there are over 35 million Americans who
are uninsured ? just one diagnosis or accident away from a health crisis that
can tear a family apart.As President of the National Conference of Black
Mayors, anorganization of 600 mayors representing 48 million people,I?m
proud that we will be working directly with the White House to lead efforts to
educate, engage and ultimately enroll our nation's uninsured . Because of a
shared belief that access to health care is a basic human right for every
American, we have launched the Affordable Care Act Outreach Initiative. We
can serve as a unified voice for the African American community ? leading in
getting the word out because we know what?s important to our
communities.? - Mayor Kevin Johnson
Thanks,
Ben Sosenko
Press Secretary to Mayor Kevin Johnson

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Aisha Lowe
Mariah Sheriff; tracy stigler; Alex brakebill; aaron. omkj; Cassandra Jennings
Mayor Kevin Johnson
Mayors for NCBM Vision op-ed
Thursday, August 08, 2013 11:36:00 AM

Morning all,
This is an update on progress for confirming mayoral authors for the vision op-ed:
Mayor Kevin Johnson (Sacramento, CA) - Confirmed
Mayor William A. Bell (Birmingham, AL) - Pending (MS)
Mayor Johnny Ford (Tuskegee, AL) - Pending (TS)
Mayor Patrick Green (Normandy, MO) - Confirmed
Mayor William Johnson (Holly Hill, SC) - Confirmed (not okay?with local dissemination; he's running for re-election and is already
facing fire about the city paying for his NAACP membership)
Mayor Myra Taylor (Opa Locka, FL) - Pending (AL)
Mayor John White (Ames, TX) - Confirmed (okay?with local dissemination)
We are working to confirm all authors by tomorrow.
We are also asking mayors if they are okay with PR targeting their local papers. Please be sure to confirm that.
Please send your updates as soon as you have them.
Thanks,
-Aisha N. Lowe, Ph.D.
Mobile: 916-862-1149

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Cassandra Jennings
Harris, Shari (SHarris@ci.mount-vernon.ny.us)
Mayor"s Participation Requested
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:56:33 AM

Hi Shari,

Again, please accept our apologies for yesterday. We will get it right going forward.

In follow up I am requesting that Mayor Davis join in a similar call tomorrow and also join in the
program/policy call with the White House on Monday. The details are below.

1. Thursday, Aug 15, 12 PM ET Update with Mayor Kevin Johnson and 7 other mayors on
latest with NCBM. Some factual and disturbing info.
Call in Info to follow.

2. Monday, Aug 19, 1:30 ET Call with White House and Secretary Sebelius regarding
Affordable Care Act and how NCBM can be a leader.
It is an honor to get this call from the White House, so lets
support. We need full participation from all.

when: monday, august 19 th; 1:30-2:30pm est/


12:30-1:30pm cst / 10:3011:30am pst.

where: conference call (dial 888-324-8532;


code ACA)

Both calls will be very beneficial. Please let me know if Mayor Davis can participate.

Best,

Cassandra H. B. Jennings
Senior Advisor
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org
916-808-1018
916-919-7766 cell

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Dora Muhammad
communications@ncbm.org
MEDIA ADVISORY: National Conference of Black Mayors 2011 Policy Summit
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 6:17:32 PM
NCBM Policy Summit Full Agenda 06.14.11.pdf
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Dora Muhammad
communications@ncbm.org
MEDIA ADVISORY: National Conference of Black Mayors 2011 Policy Summit RESEND
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 6:35:44 PM

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National Conference of Black Mayors
MEDIA ADVISORY: NCBM Speaks on the Disproportionate Affects of HIV/AIDS
Thursday, February 07, 2013 3:45:30 PM
National Black HIV-AIDS Awareness Day .pdf

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Dora Muhammad
dmuhammad@ncbm.org
Media Request for Mayor"s Comment on State of The Union Address
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 12:42:24 PM
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Good afternoon, Mayor


The National Conference of Black Mayors has received a media request from Politic365 for
statements from our member mayors on their impression on tonight's "State of The Union" address
by President Obama.

Please send a reply email to confirm whether you desire to submit a comment tonight for their
news story. The comment may be emailed to me at dmuhammad@ncbm.org or recorded on my
voicemail at (404) 765-5024.

We hope that you will take this opportunity to submit your perspective for their consideration of
inclusion in their report on responses from state and local leaders.

Thank you kindly,

Dora Muhammad
Director of Communications
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext. 104
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

February is Black History Month


DID YOU KNOW: Black History Month started in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson as Negro History Week. February was selected
in honor of Frederick Douglass who was born in that month.

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Connie Kuang
Meera Krishnan; Aisha Lowe (draishalowe@gmail.com)
Meeting Minutes 7-16
Monday, July 16, 2012 5:11:07 PM
National Mobilization Meeting Minutes 7-16.docx

Please review. I will send out tomorrow morning!

Best,
Connie

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Dora Muhammad
Adrianne Hall
MEETING NOTICE: NCBM Board of Directors Conference Call with DNC Chairman Governor Kaine
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 7:28:17 AM
2010 DNC Plan African American Overview.pdf
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Good morning, Adrianne


I apologize for the oversight as Mayor Johnson is a new member of our Board, and he was added to
our main distribution list on this past Friday, so you did not receive this notice for the Mayor.

Please see the call information below and the attachment for the call. If the Mayor is not able to
participate himself due to the short notice, please inform him that if he may designate a proxy for
the call (and others in the future). Some of our larger city mayors designate their Government
Affairs, Chief of Staff or Communications representative to be the liaison when they are not able to
participate.

Thank you kindly,

Dora Muhammad
Director of Communications
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext. 104
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

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Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2010 4:52 PM
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Subject: MEETING NOTICE: NCBM Board of Directors Conference Call with DNC Chairman Governor
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MEETING NOTICE
October 6, 2010

NCBM Board of Directors


Conference Call
with

Democratic National Committee


Chairman Governor Tim Kaine

TUESDAY
October 12, 2010
5:15pm - 6:15 pm EASTERN

CALL IN NUMBER: (800) 430.0714


CONFERENCE CODE:765 6444
Agenda

1. NCBMEngagement

Mayor Robert L. Bowser, NCBM President

2. Vote 2010 and African American Outreach

Governor Tim Kaine,Democratic National Committee Chairman

3. Questions and Answers

Clyde Williams, DNC Political Director


Regena Thomas, DNC Director of Faith and Constituency Outreach
A'shanti Gholar, DNC Deputy Director of Faith and Constituency
Outreach
Larry Roberts, Senior Advisor to DNC Chairman Kaine

4. Wrap Up, Next Steps and Action Items

NCBM Executive Director Vanessa R.Williams

5. Closing Remarks

NCBM President Mayor Robert L. Bowser

To confirmyour participation or absence, please reply to this email.


PLEASE RSVP BY 12PM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2010
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Wynona Singleterry
Adrianne Hall; stephanie.omkj@gmail.com
VWilliams@ncbm.org
Meeting Request
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 1:09:41 PM

Good afternoon Mayor Johnson,

Please allow this email to serve as notice that Ms. Vanessa Williams is currently out on international
travel today, March 20, 2013 through Saturday, March 24, 2013 in the event you try to reach out to
her and do not receive an immediate response. I would also like to request a few dates of
availability in the month of April (after April 5th ) so that Ms. Williams can fly out to Sacramento to
sit and meet with you. Thank you for your consideration of this request. I look forward to hearing
from you soon.

Respectfully,

Wynona Hartwell (Singleterry)


Director of Operations
National Conference of Black Mayors
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-765-6444 ext 111
Cell: 404-944-8685
Fax: 404-765-6430
Email: wsingleterry@ncbm.org
www.ncbm.org

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Mayorscheduler
Meeting request while at NCBM
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 1:18:07 PM
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To Whom it May Concern,


I am writing on behalf of my boss, Noah Mamet and our client Robin Richards, CEO of Tweet My Jobs. I am
trying to set up a time when Mayor Johnson would be able to meet with Robin Richards at the NCBM
Conference later this week. I know that it is short notice, but I am sure that Mayor Johnson will be
interested in meeting Robin. Please advise if there is any time in the Mayor's busy schedule to set up a
meeting.
Best regards,
Alisha
--
Alisha J. Klein
Noah Mamet & Associates LLC.
12100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-207-0144
www.mametassociates.com

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Alisha Klein
Mayorscheduler
Robin Richards; Jay Marks; Noah Mamet
meeting w/ Robin Richards
Tuesday, May 29, 2012 4:04:58 PM
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Hi Adrianne,
I wanted to also throw this out to you as a great option for the Mayor if he is available. Tweet My Jobs is
sponsoring this event on Friday, June 1st from 1:30-2:30pm. Please keep me posted. Thank you for all
your help.
Best regards,
Alisha

ALL,
We are very excited about the NCBM event this week In Atlanta, GA! (See attached AD that will be in the
NCBM Convention guide)!
Especially around our session: Mayors, Social Media & Jobs:
Mayors, Social Media and #JOBS
Social media is not the way of the future, it is the way of now. According to an August, 2011 Pew Internet
Research Report, over 65% of online adults use social networking sites. As Mayors across the country are
discovering, the 21st century is one of the greatest periods in the history of the world in which to govern
because of ground-breaking technology and communications tools. Through social media tools like
Facebook and Twitter, Mayors can communicate with constituents and key audiences instantly and
frequently. Innovative leaders are realizing that social media?s impact extends beyond just communication
and that social media can be used to address major social problems, including one of the biggest problems
facing every Mayor today: #JOBS.
Despite the reports we hear in the media about the unemployment rate dropping or staying constant, we
know that there are jobs in our cities. Local employers are hiring every day. New businesses are opening
and existing businesses are expanding. The key is to connect these job opportunities with constituent job
seekers. Key city leaders from two major American cities will discuss how they are embracing social media
to connect their constituent job seekers with small, medium and large businesses.
Do you wish you had a technology platform to power your jobs creation initiatives and campaigns? Do you
wish you had better data to understand exactly what the jobs situation is in your city, the number of job
seekers and number of opportunities, and details about exactly what and where those opportunities are?
Are you interested in strengthening your city?s image nationally and internationally to attract new citizens
and businesses to move to the area? Are you looking to promote local and regional businesses? Join this

session and hear from two of America?s great cities as to how technology, and specifically social media, is
helping to address these issues so they can put Americans in their city back to work!
The current Agenda can be located on at the NCBM Website:
http://www.ncbm.org
SPONSOR: TWEETMYJOBS
BRENDAN M. COTTER, SVP, Market Development

Mr. Cotter is responsible for the development and strategic direction of the TweetMyJobs Government
Platform for jobs. By harnessing the power of the Internet, social network and mobile into a branded and
dedicated jobs platform, government can promote and enable connectivity between local businesses that
have employment opportunities for their constituents. Through this innovative new technology, elected
and community leaders can create a hub where job seekers and businesses can come together so that
open positions are filled with top local talent thus enhancing the economic well being of the communities.
Previously, Mr. Cotter was the senior vice president of market development at Blackboard Inc.
(NASDAQ:BBBB). He focused on the initiatives for the next generation of notification and alerts technology,
with an emphasis on proximity and CMAS (cell broadcasting alerts). Prior, as president of Blackboard
Connect for Government, he led Blackboard Connect (formerly The NTI Group) to be the number one
provider of hosted, time-sensitive mass notification services focused on assisting K12 leaders, government
and civil leaders to communicate quickly and efficiently with their constituents using multi-modal
technologies.
Mr. Cotter has an extensive background in developing and managing new business expansion, client
management, sales, and market strategy. Previous to joining the NTI team, Mr. Cotter was a founder and
chief executive officer of the F2F Group, Inc., a leading business and technology process consultancy firm.
FORMAT:
MODERATOR:
MAYOR STEVE BENJAMIN, Columbia, South Carolina
In a record turnout, Steve Benjamin was elected Mayor of Columbia in April of 2010.
He has worked very actively in community initiatives with numerous public and private organizations
dating back to his years at the University of South Carolina where he served as President of the Student
Government and as Student Bar Association President at the USC School of Law.
Mayor Benjamin has continued that service through the present, serving on numerous boards for
nonprofit organizations such as the Columbia Urban League, Benedict College, the Greater Columbia

Chamber of Commerce and as a Founding Board Member of the Eau Claire Promise Zone. He also served
as a founding member of Choose Children First.
In 1999, at age 29 Benjamin was appointed to Governor Jim Hodges' Cabinet as director of the state's
second largest law enforcement agency, the Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.
In 2009, Benjamin drew national attention by representing prominent radio host Tom Joyner and securing
a pardon for Joyner's great uncles wrongfully convicted in the death of a 73-year-old Confederate veteran
and executed in 1913. In a landmark decision, the South Carolina Board of Paroles and Pardons voted
unanimously to grant the posthumous pardon, the first for South Carolina in a capital case.
Having taken office in July 2010, Mayor Benjamin's first term has been characterized by his firm belief in
Columbia's potential and the intense focus on economic development and job creation that has helped
secure more than $1.1 billion in regional capital investment and create thousands new jobs in the midst of
a national recession. Combined with the rebirth of Main Street, these accomplishments have drawn
national attention and accolades including his being awarded an Aspen Rodel Fellowship, elected to the
U.S. Conference of Mayors Advisory Board and, most recently, being named one of The Washington Post's
"2011 The Root 100 List: The 100 most influential African Americans in 2011."
In addition to his work as Mayor, Benjamin practices law with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart.
He is married to the Honorable DeAndrea Gist Benjamin, a circuit court judge in South Carolina's Fifth
Judicial Circuit. The two are the proud parents of two daughters Bethany (7) and Jordan Grace (4).

PANELISTS:
YVONNE YANCY, Commissioner of Labor, City of Atlanta
Yvonne Cowser Yancy is a Human Resources professional with 16+ years of diverse experience within the
public and private sector and within union and non union environments. Over her career she has held
progressively more responsible roles in HR and has demonstrated the capability to design and implement
HR initiatives; lead HR teams; and proactively partner with executives within her client groups. Ms. Yancy
was recently Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner with SunTrust Bank supporting multiple
clients within the Diversified Commercial Bank division. In her role she serves as the HR lead on key
division talent and compensation initiatives and manages the people strategies and organization design
efforts within her client groups.
Prior to joining SunTrust, Ms. Yancy was the Director of Human Resources for Technology, Strategy &
Operations at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS). In this role, Ms. Yancy led a team responsible for
delivery of corporate HR initiatives as well as divisional HR support to 1700+ employees across multiple
business units. While at TBS she led the people strategy for a $25 million system implementation,
managed a divisional rotational program, and supported her client groups in significant organizational
redesign.

Prior to joining TBS in 2007, Ms. Yancy held several progressively more responsible roles within HR at
Lincoln Financial Group (LFG). During her tenure at LFG, she supported multiple diverse clients groups
across four divisions and multiple geographies. Key accomplishments include leading the implementation
of manager and employee self service across the enterprise, developing the people strategy for key
divisional mergers, acquisitions & divestitures, and leading the people strategy for a $120 million in-source
of IT Infrastructure. Prior to joining LFG she was a Senior HR Representative with Ashland Chemical where
she supported 42 chemical distribution facilities across four regions within the US. Additionally Ms. Yancy
served as a first chair negotiator and managed the grievance process with the Teamsters at organized
facilities within her regions. She has also held HR roles with GE Capital, Ikon Office Solutions and Georgia
Tech.
A native of Atlanta, Ms. Yancy holds a BA degree in Economics from Northwestern University and an MBA
in Personnel Employee Relations from Georgia State University. Additionally she holds the Senior
Professional Human Resources (SPHR) certification. A former Board member of the Junior Achievement of
Delaware Valley, the Philadelphia Police Athletic League, the Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Board,
and the Atlanta Housing Authority. Ms. Yancy continues to be active in several organizations including The
Links, Inc., and SHRM Atlanta. Additionally Ms. Yancy serves as a mentor to young professionals seeking
careers in Human Resources.

ARCELIO APONTE, Director of Operations and Management for Economic Development in the City of
Newark
Arcelio Aponte brings over twenty years experience providing administrative management, project
management and policy development. He is currently the President of the New Jersey State Board of
education and brings over seventeen years of progressive and successful leadership in state and local
government and public education.
Mr. Aponte is currently the Director of Operations and Management for Economic Development in the City
of Newark. In this capacity, he provides management leadership for economic development, city planning,
housing, workforce development, and ex-offender reentry among other areas. He has provided
administrative oversight of departmental budget, staff, and standard operating policies and procedures.
He has led and contributed to the creation of new social programs that provide disadvantaged adults and
youth access to sustainable employment.
Aponte has successfully helped to establish the city?s not-for-profit development corporation to manage
economic development initiatives; enhanced workforce-training services, created the City?s first exoffender reentry office, and is leading the development of the City?s Master Plan. He has successfully
merged departmental resources with public/private agencies to broaden and enhance services and
programs; restructured and redirected failing programs by implementing new standard operating
procedures, service processes, and hiring of management team.
Before joining the City of Newark, Aponte served the Associate Vice President for Facilities and
Construction Management at New Jersey City University where he developed and managed the
University?s $500 million capital program that included campus real estate development and expansion,

construction of new facilities, renovation of existing buildings, capital maintenance upgrades, and
development of the campus master plan. Aponte created and launched the University?s Council on
Management to elevate the proficiency of management and improve communication across administrative
and academic departments. The organization promoted the ideals of mentorship, succession planning,
team building, supervision, and leadership.
Aponte earned an MBA from Rutgers University and an Engineering Technology Degree from The College
of New Jersey. He lives in Piscataway, NJ with his wife, Susan, and their two children, Arcelio and Elissa.
REPRESENATIVE ALAN WILLIAMS, State of Florida
Representative Alan Williams was born and raised in the Tallahassee, FL. He graduated from Rickards High
School in 1993 and earned his B.S. and M.B.A. degrees in Business Administration from Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical University (FAMU). His roots and dedication to his hometown run deep and wide.
Representative Williams is the President & CEO of MW Land & Investments, LLC, a property management
and business development firm, founded in 2006.
In November 2008, Williams was elected to the Florida House of Representatives by the voters of District 8,
encompassing parts of Leon and Gadsden Counties. Representative Williams currently serves on the
Energy and Utilities Subcommittee, Senate Redistricting Subcommittee, Higher Education Appropriations
Subcommittee, Joint Committee on Public Counsel Oversight Committee, Transportation and Highway
Safety Subcommittee and State Affairs Committee.
In the years immediately before his election, Williams was an Aide to Tallahassee Mayor John Marks,
serving as liaison between the community and the Office of the Mayor. He advised the Mayor on
appointments to all city advisory boards and represented the Mayor?s interests as a board member for the
Tallahassee Visitors and Area Convention Bureau and the NASA Challenger Learning Center Board of
Advisors.
Living by the motto, ?To whom much is given, much is required,? Representative Williams offers his time
to several community charities and organizations. Representative Williams also serves in numerous civic
capacities. He is an active and enthusiastic member of Leadership Tallahassee, Opportunity Tallahassee,
Leadership Florida, area Chambers of Commerce, United Way of the Big Bend Board of Directors and the
United States Commission on Civil Right Advisory Committee, to name but a few.
For his service he has been named Kappa Alpha Psi Brother of the Year, Northwest Florida League of Cities
Legislator of the Year (2011), Leadership Tallahassee Board of Governors Chair (2008), Statewide Council of
Advisors for Leadership Florida (2007), Ebony Magazine?s ?Twenty Future Leaders under 30? (2003) and
numerous others.
Rep. Alan Williams is married to Attorney Opal McKinney-Williams, a FAMU graduate from Miami, Florida.
They have been blessed with two children, Adrianna Williams and Alan-Louis Portlock Williams.

PROPOSED QUESTIONS FOR MAYOR BENJAMIN (PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ADD TO THIS), AND PANELISTS,
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EXPAND ON HOW THESE QUESTIONS IMPACT YOU AS LEADERS, AND HOW THEY
IMPACT THE CITIES YOU REPRESENT!
1. Let's talk about job creation first. This is the number one priority for every Mayor across the country.
Within your Cities, can you please outline the job creation initiatives that have been put in place and share
how you've been able to make them successful.
2. There are millions of open jobs across the United States but unemployment remains high. What role
can our Cites / Mayors play to connect job seekers with employers?
3. It's no secret that unemployment rates for veterans are very high but there are other groups that are
particularly hurting like youth and recent graduates. How can Cities support federal programs like Joining
Forces and Summer Jobs Plus or are local programs more important?
4. According to NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) 7 out of every 10 internships turn
into full time jobs suggesting that internships are the "new interview." How are you encouraging your
small businesses to hire interns?
5. According to Jobvite, 36% of job seekers have trouble finding positions that match their skills. How do
Cities track this problem and make sure that the right jobs are available for their citizens?
6. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, you are 20 times more likely to find a job if you
have are introduced to a hiring employer. What can Mayors / Cities do to help job seekers maximize a
positive outcome in their job search?
7. In recent years there have been 2 huge technology advances beyond the Internet - first social media
and now mobile. I want to talk about social media first. More than 1 billion people use Facebook and
Twitter, sharing information with their friends. Do you believe that social networking can help job seekers
find jobs and, if so, how can government play a role?
8. Americans are increasingly becoming mobile (over 90% are subscribers according to the CTIA ? the
association for the wireless industry). Do you believe that "Mobile" technology has a role to play
connecting small business with job seekers in your cities and how are you facilitating it?
9. We've talked a lot about job seekers so let's talk about employers now. The vast majority of jobs in the
United States emanate from small businesses. How can Mayors / Cities support a small business in an
increasingly "Mobile" & "Social" world?
10. Governing in today's world is becoming more and more challenging but how can we as leaders
promote a community based technology solution to create better matches for all of our constituents and
business alike?
LET'S PLAN TO MEET AS A GROUP IN THE SESSION ROOM BY 1 PM ON FRIDAY JUNE 1, 2012.
--

Alisha J. Klein
Noah Mamet & Associates LLC.
12100 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-207-0144
www.mametassociates.com

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Helen Hewitt
Adrianne Hall
Astrid Mirazo
Meeting with Mayor
Friday, April 04, 2014 4:33:47 PM
2014 Constituent Affairs Work Plan.pdf

Adrianne,
I would like to meet with the mayor about my work plan if there still is an opportunity Thursday, 4/10.
Draft is attached.

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Robin Richards
Mayorscheduler
Meeting with Robin Richards
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 1:02:59 PM

I look forward to seeing the Mayor at his convenience Fri at NCBM.


Robin Richards
Sent from my iPhone

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Wynona Singleterry
mayor@hattiesburgms.com
VWilliams@ncbm.org; shakirah@ci.east-orange.nj.us
Memorandum - By-laws Committee Conference Call
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 11:08:44 AM
By-laws Committee Memo - 10.23.12.pdf
NCBM Bylaws.pdf

Good afternoon NCBM By-Laws Committee Member,

Attached, please find a memorandum regarding the upcoming conference call scheduled for the bylaws committee. I have also included a copy of the NCBM by-laws for your review.

Respectfully,

Wynona Singleterry
Director of Operations
National Conference of Black Mayors
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-765-6444 ext 111
Cell: 404-944-8685
Fax: 404-765-6430
Email: wsingleterry@ncbm.org
www.ncbm.org

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Adrianna Lucero
Cassandra Jennings
Mental Health Dialogue Talking Points Materials
Friday, August 23, 2013 5:31:18 PM
ACA Cal Endow Talking Points 8.23.13.docx
affordable care act talking points.docx
Mayor Johnson Obamacare Talking Points.docx
NCBM ACA TP 8.19.13 10AM.docx

Hi Cassandra,
Here are all the materials you might need to create talking points for the ACA next
week.
1. California Endowment talking points
2. Ben's talking points for the business luncheon event at the Clarion
3. Talking points from Mercury for the luncheon (Ben's are the shorter version of this
document)
4. Talking points from Monday's NCBM call
As always, let me know if I can assist!
Best of luck with everything,
Adrianna Lucero
A.B. Candidate in Social Studies
Harvard College | Class of 2015

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Adrianna Lucero
Cassandra Jennings
Mental Health Dialogue Talking Points Materials
Friday, August 23, 2013 5:31:18 PM
ACA Cal Endow Talking Points 8.23.13.docx
affordable care act talking points.docx
Mayor Johnson Obamacare Talking Points.docx
NCBM ACA TP 8.19.13 10AM.docx

Hi Cassandra,
Here are all the materials you might need to create talking points for the ACA next
week.
1. California Endowment talking points
2. Ben's talking points for the business luncheon event at the Clarion
3. Talking points from Mercury for the luncheon (Ben's are the shorter version of this
document)
4. Talking points from Monday's NCBM call
As always, let me know if I can assist!
Best of luck with everything,
Adrianna Lucero
A.B. Candidate in Social Studies
Harvard College | Class of 2015

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Alisa Johnson
Allen Warren
MENU CHOICE Inquiry: / RE: Separate Induction Date for Mayor Kevin Johnson
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 12:01:26 PM
High

Its scheduled!?
?Please let me know your menu selection:? Either salmon, filet mignon, grilled chicken and
vegetarian.

From: Allen Warren [mailto:awarren@newfaze.com]


Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 8:24 AM
To: Alisa Johnson; Erika Huerta
Subject: FW: Separate Induction Date for Mayor Kevin Johnson

Please put but inductions on my schedule.

From: A. Tyrone Glover, M.D. [mailto:tygloversr@gmail.com]


Sent: Monday, August 26, 2013 7:20 PM
To: Ralph Aldredge; Nate Allen Main 2010; Willie Bell; Otis; Ronald Blanchette; Julius Cherry 2012 New;
Randy Cooke; Nathan Cox; Shelton Duruisseau; Tyrone; Beverly Griffith; Carl Griffith;
mharris4@ucmerced.edu; Dale Hunter; Darryl Hunter, M.D.; hgj757@aol.com; William Jackson Boul?;
archie james; Ira Joyner; Michael Keeley new; Clif Lamb; Jim Lites Work; Carl; Glenn Middleton; Kevin
Mitchell; Larry J, Mosley; Larry Nazry 2010; Edward Phillips; Melvin Ramey; Gary E. Ransom; Tommy
Ross; Wornel Simpson 2011; Dr Eugene Spencer DDS; Allen Warren; pierce good; E. Dotson Wilson;
papi chulo
Subject: Separate Induction Date for Mayor Kevin Johnson

Archons,
As per approval of the Membership Council and Executive Committee Mayor Kevin
Johnson's induction date has been moved up to Saturday, September 7, 2013 immediately
following the induction rehearsal at Del Paso Country Club. Rehearsal is at 11 a.m and his
induction is planned for ~ 11:30 a.m. .
Kevin Johnson has a commitment to the National Conference of Black Mayors to a attend a
conference commemorating the city's 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement
September 11-15.
The induction date of the 4 other new members is unchanged from Friday, September 13.
If you wish to attend Kevin Johnson's induction on September 7 the dress is BLACK TIE.
This will be a low key Archons only affair despite the dress code and only light refreshments
will be served.
To summarize:
Saturday, September 7, 2013, 11:30 a.m., Induction of Kevin Johnson, Del Paso Country
Club
Friday, September 13, 2013, 5:30 p.m., Induction of Daniel Bryant, Chester McGensey,
William Jahmal Miller & Gary Strong, Del Paso Country Club
Did I say Archons only and Black Tie? I thought so. Archon Dotson Wilson will be

sending out an RSVP tomorrow.


Fraternally,
Archon Tyrone Glover
-A. Tyrone Glover, Sr.

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Benjamin A. Sosenko
mhcottman@gmail.com
Message from Mayor Kevin Johnson"s Office
Thursday, September 19, 2013 1:43:39 PM

Hi Michael,
My name is Ben Sosenko and I'm the Press Secretary to Mayor Kevin Johnson. I thought you did a nice
job on your piece about the National Conference of Black Mayors. If you have a few minutes I'd love to
speak to you briefly. My phone number is 916-529-3641 or I'd be happy to call you. Thank you so
much.
All the best,
Ben Sosenko
Press Secretary to Mayor Kevin Johnson
Email: bsosenko@cityofsacramento.org
C: 916-529:3641

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ChesterEngineers
Message to Invitees of the Wet Weather Workshop previously scheduled for September 11, 2010
Tuesday, September 07, 2010 9:03:58 AM

To Whom It May Concern:


Regrettably, we have been informed this morning that the
2010 NCBM Convention will not be held at the Hyatt
Regency in Cincinnati as scheduled. Subsequently all
events and workshops are also cancelled. No further
information has been provided by the NCBM executive
office at this time.

Chester Engineers
260 Airside Drive
Moon Township, PA 15108
Phone: 412-809-6600
Fax: 412-809-6006

"Celebrating 100 years providing clean water and environmental solutions to the world"

Website: www.chesterengineers.com

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Connie Kuang
damis@studentsfirst.org; eric.casher@gmail.com; Mariah Sheriff; drhunter15@gmail.com;
draishalowe@gmail.com
Minutes - National Mobilization Meeting 6/18
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 8:14:04 AM

NATIONAL MOBILIZATION MEETING AGENDA - JUNE 18, 2012


MINUTES (final copy)

I. Intro/Overview of Meeting/Logistics
Connie will create 1) a conference planning binder and 2) a conference day-ofevent binder (registration items, name tags, lunch tickets, etc)
Meera starts 7/16, Connie ends 7/27 with 2 weeks of overlap
main work: air travel, logistics, correspondence with conference participants
initial work completed: reorganized work plan and planned how to do travel
arrangements
II. Solidify Date and Time of Conference
mayor wants the Faith conference to overlap with a Black Mayors Board
Retreat in Atlanta
HOWEVER, no set date yet for NCBM
Aisha: suggestion -- send MKJ an email to confirm date, because we still have
to move forward with planning
Conference time from 10a.m. - 4p.m., with registration from 10:00a.m. 10:30a.m.
III. Finalize Invitation Process
Dale: coordinate with bishops
bishops send out email to faith leaders, leaders respond to stand up, Connie
owns all information and follow up; phone numbers will be accepted at Meera's
desk
Other people who should be invited:
1. Dale has COGIC, Baptist, AME
2. Question: Is there a reason why we are limiting this conference to just
Christians?
3. Pastors not affiliated with these 3 groups should get information directly

from mayor (or get letter from mayor's email address/office)


4. Al Sharkton, Jesse Jackson? Other high profile figures
5. Those who have personal relationships with the mayor (Bishop Blake -convo with the mayor; anyone he'd like to see on the program)
Dale: Create a master list of all faith leaders to invite and StudentsFirst faith
leaders
Dale: Secure a faith leaders list for Connie to input
IV. Implement Speaker outreach plan
All: have a bank of people who might be able to be plugged into the tentative
agenda
All: make a full draft agenda and speaker bank
Mariah: Send out email to speakers
V. Faith Conference Program
Plow through other things, sit down later to talk about this
VI. Use of Partnerships
Dale: have convo with COGIC about content on sponsorship
NCBM doesn't necessarily connect to real strong black mayors. To get heavy
hitters.
100 Black Men headquartered at Atlanta, could also be a co-sponsor
1. Reed in Atlanta
Sponsor funders
1. Verizon for Atlanta
2. Linda at Comcast (Comcast also a big supporter of NCBM, huge sponsor
of USCM)
3. Coca-Cola huge in Atlanta
4. Check Delta
5. Home Depot
6. Dale: action item (get in email to mayor or Mariah about sponsors)
Roll out incentives for people who can mobilize more people
a very generic membership or message, simple commitment of support

Figure out what is needed from StudentsFirst for this conference


VII. Regional Representation at the Civil Rights Conference
nearly impossible to actually have 1 person at each state, will not be able to
satisfy WFF Grant Deliverables if so.
Should separate into 4 regions instead with 12 people from each region
VIII. Definition of Civil Rights Organization
organization dedicated to the equality of opportunity for Hispanics and African Americans, namely in education, employment, etc
Aisha: following up w/ Tracy and
Mayor/Walton: Mayor to work w/ Walton: clarify VII and VIII
IX. Team
Connie: Make a budget that includes collaterals, signage and miscellaneous
items
Connie: will prepare a more detailed budget and make agenda
Connie: Make a 1-page Conference sheet as part of the briefing packet

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Connie Kuang
Aisha Lowe; damis@studentsfirst.org; drhunter15@gmail.com; Eric Casher; Mariah Sheriff
Minutes 6-25
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 8:08:19 AM
National Mobilization Meeting Minutes 6-25.docx

Please see attached for minutes.

Best,
Connie

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Connie Kuang
Eric Casher; Mariah Sheriff
Minutes
Monday, June 25, 2012 4:52:37 PM
National Mobilization Meeting Minutes 6-25.docx

Eric and Mariah,

Please review minutes so thatI can circulate.

Thanks!
Connie

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johhny ford
shakirah@ci.east-orange.nj.us
Adrianne Hall; mayorhampton@aol.com; william.bell@birminghamal.gov
Mistake in Message from Mayor Johnny Ford
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 3:22:42 PM

Dear Mayor Bowser: Please excuse the error of my assistant. I want you to convene a conference
call with our NCBM Board concerning the NCBM lawsuit, not the law suit regarding Tuskegee/Macon
County as stated in my letter. Again, please excuse. Thank you.

The Honorable Johnny Ford


Mayor, The City of Tuskegee, Alabama
Founder,The World Conference of Mayors, Inc.
108 Fred Gray Street, Suite 101
Tuskegee, AL 36083
P 334.727.4035 C 334.558.3907
repjf@aol.com
www.theworldconferenceofmayors.org

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Adrianna Lucero; Corina Johnson; fclark@berkeley.edu
Monday
Monday, July 01, 2013 7:36:34 AM

I will be in between 9 and 10. Priorities for me are Indivizible and NCBM calls. I am making calls right
now.
Adrianna, I will let Mary Lynn know I will not be able to make the meeting at 11. Hopefully you can
ride with her.
Cassandra Jennings
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Gareth Finighan
Benjamin A. Sosenko
Natiional Conference of Black Mayors
Thursday, January 23, 2014 10:43:50 AM

Good afternoon Ben,


My name is Gareth Finighan and I?m a reporter with The Royal Gazette newspaper in Bermuda.
I?m writing to put some questions to Mayor Johnson in his capacity as president of the National
Conference of Black Mayors.
My questions are;
1) Is Vanessa Williams still executive director of the NCBM?
2) Is Major Johnson aware of plans for the NCBM to host a conference in Bermuda in October of
this year?
I?d very much appreciate it if the mayor could get back to me on these Ben.
Many thanks,
Gareth.

Gareth Finighan Reporter

www.royalgazette.com

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Robert Graswich
Adrianne Hall
National Black Mayors
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 8:17:02 AM
Press Release- Mayor Johnson Appointment.docx
PRESS RELEASE-MAYOR KEVIN JOHNSON - photo 4-3-12.DOCX

Several edits have been made to Mayor Johnson Appointed press releases. Please see attached.

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Adrianne Hall
National Black Mayors
Tuesday, April 03, 2012 8:17:19 AM
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PRESS RELEASE-MAYOR KEVIN JOHNSON - photo 4-3-12.DOCX

Several edits have been made to Mayor Johnson Appointed press releases. Please see attached.

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Cassandra Jennings
National Conference Black Mayors
Tuesday, August 06, 2013 11:54:05 AM

Please find below statement of Mayor Ernest D. Davis. I would be happy to forward to you on
letterhead if you supply me with an address:

?The National Conference of Black Mayors must, at a minimum, ensure that its house is in order and
it must work with diligence to restore the fiscal integrity of this vital organization. If we are to
continue to be influential with constituents and throughout the world, we must make this top
priority. I support using any legal means to restore the fiscal viability of any organization, especially
at this time when so many are looking to harm African organizations.?

Please feel free to contact me if you need anything else.

Shari L. Harris
Special Assistant to the Mayor
City of Mount Vernon
1 Roosevelt Square, Room 105
Mount Vernon, New York 10550
914.665.2572 (Office) 914. 665.6173 (Fax)
www.cmvny.com

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Tom Conyers
Mayor Johnson
National Conference of Black Mayors - website
Monday, January 27, 2014 12:09:09 PM

Dear Mayor Johnson (and First Vice-President of the National Conference of Black
Mayors):
You may be aware of an article in Bermuda's Royal Gazette relating to the NCBM
and its apparently former Executive Director, Vanessa Williams
(http://www.royalgazette.com/article/20140127/NEWS/140129793/city-left-redfaced-by-fired-ncbmexecutive&utm_source=newsletter20140127&utm_medium=email&utm_content=top
article_morelink&utm_campaign=newsletter). The article quotes extensively from the
NCBM website, which still lists Ms Johnson as Executive Director and speaks of her
in glowing terms (http://ncbm.org/ncbm_executive_director.php). If the article is
correct in asserting that she was dismissed in September 2013 for alleged misuse of
funds, you may wish to have someone on the NCBM staff update the website. Also,
the person listed as President on the website (http://ncbm.org) - Mayor Bowser of
East Orange, NJ appears, based on a quick look at the East Orange NJ website, to
no longer be the Mayor there. Again, if true, then it would appear that other parts of
the NCBM website could use some updating. Of course, if the website is accurate at
this date, then someone should probably set the record straight with the Royal
Gazette,
Yours very truly,
Tom Conyers
N. Thomas Conyers, F.C.A.
"Windy Hill"
12 Overock Hill
Pembroke, HM05
Bermuda
(441)292-2643

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Mayor Johnson; Adrianne Hall
VWilliams@ncbm.org; Mariah Sheriff; eric.casher@gmail.com
National Conference of Black Mayors "2012 October Newsletter Highlight"
Thursday, November 01, 2012 1:11:13 PM

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Aaron Anderson
cheryl.green@richmondgov.com
stephanie.omkj@gmail.com
National Conference of Black Mayors call
Wednesday, April 02, 2014 11:56:40 AM

Dr. Green,

My name is Aaron Anderson, and Im writing on behalf of Mayor Kevin Johnson of Sacramento. As
President of the National Conference of Black Mayors, Mayor Johnson would like to speak with
Mayor Jones about the organization.

Is Mayor Jones available to speak with Mayor Johnson on Wednesday, April 9 at 11:30am eastern /
8:30am pacific? Please let me know, and I will coordinate logistics.

Thank you!

Aaron Anderson
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
916-808-7751

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 10:05:26 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Friday, May 03, 2013 6:57:43 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Wednesday, May 01, 2013 4:29:13 PM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Wednesday, May 01, 2013 4:21:58 PM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Wednesday, May 01, 2013 4:20:37 PM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf
2013 Membership Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 10:03:17 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 11:37:25 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Monday, May 13, 2013 9:05:02 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Monday, May 13, 2013 9:02:45 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Friday, May 10, 2013 7:55:19 AM
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Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Tuesday, May 07, 2013 8:44:05 AM
2013 Convention Registration Packet.pdf
Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors
National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Tuesday, May 07, 2013 8:39:15 AM
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Reservation Request Form.pdf

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National Conference of Black Mayors Official Countdown - Register Today!
Monday, May 20, 2013 5:01:40 AM
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Mariah
Kevin Johnson
Stephanie Mash; Aisha Lowe; tracy stigler; aaron.omkj
National Conference of Black Mayors Terminates Executive Director
Monday, September 09, 2013 10:26:18 AM

http://m.citynewsohio.com/news/2013/sep/09/national-conference-black-mayorsterminates-execut/
Mariah
Mariah Sheriff
Dir. of Governmental Affairs in Education
City of Sacramento
Office of Mayor Kevin M. Johnson
916.808.8828 (o)
847.951.3132 (c)

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omkjncbm@googlegroups.com
National Conference of Black Mayors Terminates Executive Director
Monday, September 09, 2013 10:26:20 AM

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Mariah Sheriff
Dir. of Governmental Affairs in Education
City of Sacramento
Office of Mayor Kevin M. Johnson
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Fritz Edelstein
Mayor Johnson
Doug Palmer; Kathy Wiggins; Joan Crigger
National Conference of Black Mayors
Sunday, June 19, 2011 6:11:33 PM

KJ: Are you aware of this meeting and how does if fit with what you are doing with
USCM? Fritz
Wednesday, June 22
8 a.m. (Secretary Duncan will speak at 9:50 a.m.)
The Secretary will speakat the National Conference of Black Mayors Legislative Policy
Summit at the Capitol Visitors Center in Washington, D.C. The summit is open to all NCBM
members and approximately 60 mayors are expected this year. Secretary Duncan will give
remarks on the importance of investing in education and discuss the Department?s education
reform agenda.
Capitol Visitors Center, First St. and E. Capitol St. N.E., Senate Side Room SVC 201-00,
Washington, D.C.

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Lisa Serna-Mayorga
Charlita Anderson
National Conference of Black Mayors
Wednesday, June 08, 2011 7:59:00 AM

Hi Charlita,

Can you find out if the National Conference of Black Mayors check is ready for pick up?

Thanks,
Lisa

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Lisa Serna-Mayorga
Council Operations Manager
City of Sacramento
Office of the Mayor & Council
915 I Street, 5th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
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www.cityofsacramento.org/sistercities

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mayorjohnson@kevinjohnson.com
Mariah Sheriff
National Conference of Black Mayors
Friday, May 31, 2013 6:34:42 AM
NCBM RESOLUTION PROMOTING JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION THROUGH ATTRACTION
AND EXPANSION OF FILM.DOCX

Mayor Johnson ?

Thanks so much for taking the time this morning. I was very encouraged to hear you speak about
(re)focusing the organization.

Attached is the resolution on Film Tax Incentives that we spoke about. This resolution is in response
to foreign governments increasing practice of
providing incentives to attract film, television and digital media production jobs abroad. We, like you,
feel that the film and television industry is a uniquely American industry and one that is important to
urban communities and thus this resolution encourages governments to attract and keep jobs and
investment in their cities and states by adopting film tax incentives.

Similar resolutions have been passed by the Council of State Governments, the National League of
Cities, the National Caucus of Black State Legislators, and the National Hispanic Caucus of State
Legislators.

Antonio (Tony) Williams

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National Conference of Black Mayors, Vanessa Williams
Thursday, June 12, 2014 9:47:19 AM

Hi Mr Sosenko,
I'm a reporter with The Bermuda Sun in Hamilton, Bermuda. I'm writing about the Conference of Black
Mayors convention that is slated to go ahead here in Bermuda, despite the fiscal, political and legal turmoil
the conference has found itself enmeshed in back in the states.
Vanessa Williams spoke to us today and basically said Mayor Kevin Johnson had caused a lot of the legal
and political strife and unfairly placed the blame on her. She said he had used the conference for his own
political gain.
She says she used the conference as a springboard to gain the presidency of the U.S. National Conference
of Mayors and adds that after he wreaked havoc, he is now going to launch his own black mayors group.
(She says this will happen tomorrow.)
I just wanted to afford your office the opportunity to respond to any of that.
My deadline is 4 pm east coast time today. I can be reached via this email or by my direct line, which is 1441-278-1863.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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Doris King
Stephanie Mash
National Conference of Black Mayors
Monday, December 09, 2013 1:37:09 PM

Hey Stephanie,

I hope youre doing well! Sorry we didnt get to know each other better but I hope you had a good
move.

We got a message from Les Matthews from (Shasta Engineers?). He said the mayor told him to
contact you concerning the National Conference of Black Mayors. If you would return his call that
would be great. His number is 702-429-3747.

Doris Bryant King


Constituent Affairs Intern
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson

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Dora Muhammad
Adrianne Hall
National HIV/AIDS Strategy Released
Thursday, July 15, 2010 6:16:49 AM
High

Good morning:

On Monday, July 13, 2010, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP) released the
National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The strategy consists of three primary goals:
(1) Reducing the number of people infected with HIV
(2) Increasing access to care and optimizing health outcomes for people living with HIV
(3) Reducing HIV-related health disparities

Please find below helpful links for more information:


(1) Download the National HIV/AIDS Strategy
(2) Watch the video of the announcement: http://aids.gov/
(3) Read a Special Letter from President Obama

Additional resources will be made available and regularly updated on www.ncbm.org. For more
information, please visit www.AIDS.gov.

***
According to the Centers for Disease Control 2008 Surveillance Report:
The number of people living with HIV infection in the United States (HIV prevalence) is
higher than ever before. CDC has estimated that more than 1 million (1,106,400) adults and
adolescents were living with HIV infection in the United States at the end of 2006, the most
recent year for which national prevalence estimates are available. This represents an increase
of approximately 11% from the previous estimate in 2003. The increase may be due to:
a higher proportion of people living with HIV infection knowing their status, and
seeking care and antiretroviral treatment that can increase survival;
a higher number of people becoming infected with HIV than the number of people
who die each year with HIV or AIDS.
The great majority of persons with HIV infection do not transmit HIV to others. CDC
estimates that there were 5 transmissions per 100 persons living with HIV infection in the
United States in 2006. This means that at least 95% of those living with HIV infection did not
transmit the virus to others that year an 89% decline in the estimated rate of HIV
transmission since the peak level of new infections in the mid-1980s. The decline in
transmission is likely due to effective prevention efforts and the availability of improved
testing and treatments for HIV. The lower transmission rate is what has enabled HIV
incidence to remain stable despite increasing prevalence.
HIV disproportionately affects certain populations. Men who have sex with men (MSM),
blacks/African Americans, and Hispanic/Latinos are the groups most affected by HIV infection.
Blacks/African Americans are the racial/ethnic group most affected by HIV.

Blacks/African Americans represent approximately 12% of the US population, but


account for almost half of all new HIV infections.
At some point in their life, 1 in 16 black/African American men will receive a diagnosis
of HIV, as will one in 30 black women.
The rate of new HIV infection for black/African American men is six times as high as
that of white men, nearly three times that of Hispanic/Latino men, and more than
twice that of black/African American women.
The rate of new HIV infection for black/African American women is nearly 15 times as
high as that of white women, and nearly four times that of Hispanic women.
From 2005-2008, estimated HIV diagnoses increased approximately 12% in
blacks/African Americans. This may be due to increased testing or diagnosis earlier in
the course of HIV infection; it may also be due to uncertainty inherent in statistical
estimates.
From 2005-2008, the rate of HIV diagnoses among blacks/African Americans increased
from 68/100,000 persons to 74/100,000.
Hispanics/Latinos represent 13% of the population, but account for an estimated 17%
of new infections.
The rate of new HIV infection among Hispanic/Latino men is more than double that of
white men.
The rate of new HIV infection among Hispanic/Latina women is nearly four times that
of white women.
From 2005-2008, estimated HIV diagnoses increased approximately 5% among
Hispanics/Latinos. However, this increase is within the boundaries of normal
fluctuations and may be due to uncertainties inherent in statistical estimates.
The rate of HIV diagnoses among Hispanic/Latinos decreased, most likely reflecting the
growing population of Hispanics/Latinos in the United States.
Despite many prevention and treatment successes, people are still dying from AIDS. In
2006, HIV was the third leading cause of death for black males and black females aged 35-44
and the fourth leading cause of death for Hispanic/Latino males and females in the same age
range. Further, MSM are strongly affected by HIV and represent the majority of persons with
an HIV diagnosis who have died in the United States. Overall, more than 576,000 persons
with an AIDS diagnosis in the United States have died since the beginning of the epidemic
through 2007 (the most recent year that death data are available). From 2005 through 2007,
deaths of persons with a diagnosis of HIV infection have increased 17% and the estimated
rate of deaths increased 14%.
Too many people are diagnosed with HIV late in the course of infection. Despite an increase
in persons getting diagnosed with HIV earlier in the course of their infection, far too many
continue to be diagnosed late. In 2008, about one-third (32%) of individuals with an HIV
diagnosis reported to CDC received a diagnosis of AIDS within 12 months of their initial HIV
diagnosis. These late diagnoses represent missed opportunities for treatment and prevention.

AIDS disproportionately affects different parts of the country. HIV and AIDS have had a
severe impact on all regions of the country. It remains mostly an urban disease, with the
majority of individuals diagnosed with AIDS in 2008 residing in areas with more than 500,000
people. Areas hardest hit (by ranking of AIDS cases per 100,000 people) include Miami and
Jacksonville, Florida; New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Baltimore, Maryland; and
Washington DC. However, due to differences in population sizes, rates do not always highlight
the large number of people diagnosed with AIDS in certain metropolitan areas, such as New
York City or San Francisco.
(The CDC works with state and local health departments to collect information on AIDS cases and
new HIV infections as well as on behaviors and characteristics with people at high risk for HIV/AIDS.)

Thank you kindly,

Dora Muhammad
Director of Communications
The National Conference of Black Mayors
The 191 Building
191 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 849
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 765-6444 ext 104
(404) 765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org

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Sibyl McWalters
Cassandra Jennings; Adrianne Hall
Nat"l Conf of Black Mayors - Letter From Mattiott Int"l Con
Wednesday, July 03, 2013 11:42:02 AM

Steve Rutner
Attorney for Marriott Intl
214-373-1900

Called to verify that Mayor Johnson received his letter re: National Conference of Black Mayors

Sibyl McWalters
Staff Assistant
Mayor and City Council Office
City of Sacramento
915 I Street, 5 th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-808-7186

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Melita Dennis
Charlita Anderson
Nat"l Conference of Black Mayors
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:52:27 AM
Voucher Package - 0000154337.pdf

The bill was invoiced for 6/2/2011 and was paid on 6/6/11. Check cleared the bank 6/9/11.

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Kirk, Ronald
Mayor Johnson; Johnson Kevin
NBA/Clippers
Monday, April 28, 2014 5:28:52 AM

Mayor. You did an outstanding join on ESPN in articulating the Players outrage and expectations of the
League over the Sterling situation.
You have a lot on your plate USCM, NCBM and now the NBAPA.
If I can be of help please don't hesitate to call.
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vanessa williams
Arnie Fielkow; Charece Williams
NBRPA Partnership
Saturday, February 16, 2013 6:16:24 AM
NBRPA partnership ltr.pdf

Good morning Arnie,

Per your request, attached please find the NBRPA/NCBM partnership letter. Unfortunately, we were delayed
due to the time difference between US and Cote d? Ivoire. I was not able to confirmed commitment for number
of players and stipend until this morning.

Have a great weekend!!!

Vanessa

Vanessa R. Williams
CEO/Executive Director
National Conference of Black Mayors, Inc.
World Conference of Mayors, Inc.
191 Peachtree Street
Stuite 849
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
~
404-765-6444 office
404-765-6430 fax

www.ncbm.org

Celebrating 38 years of Legacy and Leadership

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Cassandra Jennings
Helmrick-Blossom, Kellyn (Kellyn_Blossom@who.eop.gov)
NCBM & Affordable Care Act
Monday, July 22, 2013 11:23:04 AM

Hi Kellyn,

Sorry I missed you in Vegas and was unable to participate in the meeting on the Affordable Care Act
and potential roles of the Mayors in outreach and get citizens enrolled. I did receive the handouts
and our office has been doing a lot of research locally. Are you available to talk today or tomorrow
on potential next steps and how we can make sure we are align with the White House on best
practices or next steps in engaging the Mayors? Ideally Mayor Johnson would like to schedule a
preliminary meeting with White House Staff next week and then roll out a plan with the mayors with
in the NCBM early August. We know October is just around the corner.

Please let me know when is a good time for us to sync up.

Thanks.

Cassandra H. B. Jennings
Senior Advisor
Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson
cjennings@cityofsacramento.org
916-808-1018
916-919-7766 cell

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Charece Williams
Arnie Fielkow; VWilliams@ncbm.org
NCBM & NBRPA Partnership Proposal Updated
Friday, February 15, 2013 10:31:32 AM
NCBM & NBRPA Partnership Proposal.pdf
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Good afternoon Charece,


Per our email correspondences, attached please find the updated NCBM and
NBRPA Partnership proposal. Ms. Williams has been trying to reach you but
does not have your cell number. Please contact her at your earliest
convenience. Should you have any additional edits, please feel free to
contact me. Thank you.
-----Original Message----From: Charece Williams [mailto:CWilliams@legendsofbasketball.com]
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 10:20 AM
To: Arnie Fielkow; 'vwilliams@ncbm.org'
Cc: 'sgilbert@ncbm.org'
Subject: RE: NBRPA
Vanessa. I will call your office now.
Charece Williams
Vice President, External Relations & Strategic Planning
National Basketball Retired Players Association
175 W. Jackson Blvd, Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60604
o: 312-913-9400 |c: 917.828.3962|f: 312-913-9401
e-mail: cwilliams@legendsofbasketball.com
-----Original Message----From: Arnie Fielkow
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2013 8:48 AM
To: 'vwilliams@ncbm.org'
Cc: Charece Williams; 'sgilbert@ncbm.org'
Subject: Re: NBRPA
Hi Vanessa. We have a BOD mtg tomorrow and really need some more facts so I
can run everything by the BOD for the 2013 missions and domestic p-ship.
Charece can advise what we need (# of players for each trip, amt of stipend,
NBRPA staff participation etc) but we would appreciate if you could then
turn around a revised proposal by tomorrow morning. Thanks and we are really
looking forward to partnering with you! Arnie Arnie D. Fielkow CEO National
Basketball Retired Players Association
175 W. Jackson Blvd.
Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60604
Office: 312-913-9400
Cell: 917-621-6422
www.LegendsofBasketball.com
----- Original Message ----From: Vanessa Williams [mailto:vwilliams@ncbm.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 06:35 AM
To: Arnie Fielkow
Cc: Charece Williams; Shantel Gilbert <sgilbert@ncbm.org>
Subject: RE: NBRPA
Good morning Arnie/Charece,
I hope this message finds you both well. Please forgive the delayed response
however there was limited internet access during my stay in Nigeria. Shantel
Gilbert of my office provided a copy of the attached proposal during the

time of my travel. Unfortunately, due to my inability to pull down this


document via the internet, I have not been able to edit the document.
Because there has been this delay, I am forwarding this very rough copy of
the proposal for your review. Should you find anything missing that should
be added please notify Ms. Gilbert. She will be making my edits today and
forwarding to your attention the final version of the attached working
document. At first look, I will alter the language from somewhat to spell
out the specific deliverables of NCBM and NBRPA so that roles are not
confused i.e. NBRPA members will not provide tutoring session only clinics
and camps. Second, I will have both the language of the stipend and the
addition of the actual calendar for the 2013 international summits and NCBM
national/state chapter events in which member mayors can work with NBRPA
local chapters.
Thank you again for your patience. From Israel to the campaign, holidays to
inauguration, it has been an very unusually busy year. I welcome this
opportunity to know get back things back to normal and looking forward to
the potential of the partnership.
All the best,
Vanessa
Vanessa R. Williams
CEO/Executive Director
National Conference of Black Mayors, Inc.
World Conference of Mayors, Inc.
191 Peachtree Street
Stuite 849
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
~
404-765-6444 office
404-765-6430 fax
www.ncbm.org
Celebrating 38 years of Legacy and Leadership
-----Original Message----From: Arnie Fielkow [mailto:AFielkow@legendsofbasketball.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2013 3:46 PM
To: 'vwilliams@ncbm.org'
Cc: Charece Williams
Subject: NBRPA
Hi Vanessa. We have our membership mtgs at the upcoming All-Star Weekend and
I would like to report to them re our 2013 international missions. Per our
discussions, we are interested in having NBRPA Members join you in Columbia
and the Ivory Coast. We have been talking for some time, however, and need
to try and finalize the trips. Are we still in play here? If so, can we get
a conference call in the next few days to plan. Thank you. Arnie Arnie D.
Fielkow CEO National Basketball Retired Players Association
175 W. Jackson Blvd.
Suite 1600
Chicago, IL 60604
Office: 312-913-9400
Cell: 917-621-6422
www.LegendsofBasketball.com=

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Stephanie Mash
Blossom, Kellyn
Cassandra Jennings
NCBM (1 of 2) FW: Let"s #GetCovered
Friday, March 07, 2014 1:38:53 PM

Kellyn,
Please see below for the promotion from Mayor Steve Benjamin - Columbia, SC.
From: Stephanie Mash [stephanie.omkj@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 1:34 PM
To: Stephanie Mash
Subject: Fwd: Let's #GetCovered

From: Mayor Steve Benjamin <stevebenjamin@columbiamayor.com>


Date: March 7, 2014, 2:03:34 PM EST
To: <stevebenjamin@parkerpoe.com>
Subject: Let?s #GetCovered
Reply-To: Mayor Steve Benjamin <stevebenjamin@columbiamayor.com>

You''re receiving this message because of your interest in the growth


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you to join me and communities across America as
we come together tomorrow, Saturday, March 8th,
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Action Events
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This is our opportunity to prevent chronic conditions
like diabetes or hypertension by helping everyone get
to a doctor for regular check-ups. This is our
opportunity to protect our children from dangerous
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This is our opportunity to build a happier and
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have access to the quality affordable healthcare they
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Join us tomorrow, Saturday, March 8th, and together
we?ll help Columbia #GetCovered.

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Stephanie Mash
Blossom, Kellyn
Cassandra Jennings
NCBM (2 or 2) Affordable Care Act: March Enrollment Madness Contest
Friday, March 07, 2014 1:41:26 PM

Please see below for the list of events from Mayor Aja Brown - Compton, CA.
---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Aja Brown <ajabrown@me.com>
Date: Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 2:53 PM
Subject: Re: Affordable Care Act: March Enrollment Madness Contest
To: National Conference of Black Mayors <ncbmoffice@gmail.com>
Greetings Team!
A summary of our "March Madness" Activities in the City of Compton are detailed below:
We're launching a social media campaign tomorrow that will connect constituents to enrollment events throughout the
City and within our immediate area.
We have a total of 10 events that are scheduled and/or ongoing activities including the following:
10 Scheduled (& confirmed) Enrollment Eventsfor the month of March ("March Madness") will be held at local
St. John's Medical clinics, schools, and churches located within our city on a weekly basis targeting the young adult
and Latino/Spanish speaking population. We have support from Covered California and translators to reach our
constituent base.
We have a church enrollment tourthat includes a team of "Get Covered Ambassadors" that will make a Public
Service Announcement at churches throughout the community, provide a two minute information session of the
checklist of items needed to enroll and quick facts on the benefits & requirements of coverage, and guide people to
enrollment events happening throughout the following week.
We are releasing a "Day of Action" Video campaign tomorrowthat will include a "Message from the Mayor"
and footage of me interviewing citizens on whether they are already covered, sharing reasons why they need to get
covered and providing information to access enrollment events and the Covered California website.
Radio PSAwill also be releasedand circulatedon our local radio station throughout the month.

On Mar 6, 2014, at 8:56 AM, National Conference of Black Mayors <ncbmoffice@gmail.com> wrote:
Mayor,

The ACA enrollment deadline to sign-up for a healthcare plan is quickly approaching on March 31st. The
office of NCBM President Kevin Johnson is giving away a gift card for the best off the court ?Slam Dunk?
during this final push for enrollment.

?Slam Dunk? Examples:

Host an event this Saturday, March 8th, the national Day of Action for ACA
Make a commitment: Enroll 1,000 more uninsured in your community
Make a statement: Tweet for the next 24 days
Create a video and send to your constituents
For inspiration, check out: Mayor KJ Slamdunk