Ana Aponte-Curtis Elected Chair of NCBMP

Ana Aponte-Curtis, Vice President of the NAACP Events Planning department, was elected Chair of the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners on November 30, 2012.

The National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners (NCBMP) founded in 1983, is a non-profit organization dedicated primarily to training African American meeting planners. Members of NCBMP include meeting planners from numerous businesses, civil rights, church and fraternal organizations. Associate members represent hotels, convention bureaus, city government officers, airlines and other suppliers who offer services to the meeting and convention community. Since its founding, NCBMP has made a significant impact in the hospitality community by identifying the sizable purchasing power and impact of the African American convention.

Ana has been employed with the NAACP for over 40 years and is the "premier" meeting planner in the nation.  We are truly blessed to have her leadership, insight, and expertise at the NAACP.