Congratulations to Shirley Crumbley, Coordinator of The Dr.Vilma Zalupski Women on the Way Center at the Clearwater Campus! Crumbley will be recognized for her outstanding influence in the area of Higher Education by The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NC100BW) at their annual awards brunch on Saturday, May 19. This event will celebrate and honor many women leaders in the Tampa Bay area who have made contributions to and impacted the community through their leadership.
NC100BW is a non-profit advocacy and service organization committed to improving the quality of life for all people in the Tampa Bay area, which advocates for equality and empowerment for women of color through economic and leadership development, educational awareness, health and political awareness. One of the core values of NC100BW is to develop, support and recognize women leaders who have made significant contributions in the areas of health, education, public policy, and business entrepreneurship/economic empowerment.
“I’m honored to be a recipient of this award,” she said. “It’s so rewarding to know that your contributions and passion to transform lives do not go unnoticed.”