Washington, DC - September 16, 2018 – The National Congress of Black Women (NCBW) has named President and CEO, Jan Adams, the recipient of the Sojourner Truth Award for Corporate Success at the 34th Annual Awards Brunch. As an entrepreneur, Ms. Adams is a prominent business figure who inspires and supports the achievement of women of color and continues to promote them to leadership positions at JMA. Ms. Adams is a recognized leader within her own community and the DC business community, which is a direct reflection of NCBW’s mission. The winners of this award were celebrated during the NCBW 34th Annual Awards Brunch at the Marriott Washington Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.
“To be recognized by the National Congress of Black Women is an honor,” said Jan Adams, President and CEO of JMA Solutions. “As a leader, some of my greatest successes in life have come from helping others achieve. To be honored with such an award by my peers is truly delightful.”
About The National Congress of Black Women:
Founded in 1984, the NCBW is a nonprofit organization that serves as a nonpartisan voice of advocacy for issues affecting the appointment of women at all levels of government. With its headquarters in Washington, DC the NCBW strives to increase the participation of women of color in the educational, political, economic and social areas. NCBW’s programs benefit thousands of people annually and provides opportunities for women to attain leadership and decision-making positions in the government, non-profit organizations and in the private sector. Read more about the NCBW on the NCBW website.