NCBA believes older adults — regardless of race, ethnicity or status — are the fabric of our country and have earned the right to enjoy their golden years without fear or lack of resources.
The National Caucus & Center on Black Aging, Inc. was founded in 1970 to ensure that the particular concerns of elderly minorities would be addressed in the then-upcoming 1971 White House Conference on Aging.
Since then, NCBA has helped protect and improve the quality of life for elderly populations, making certain that legislators, policy makers, philanthropists, advocacy groups, service organizations, thought leaders and the public at-large include minority seniors in their programs, policy- and law-making, and giving.
NCBA is one of the country's oldest organizations dedicated to aging issues and the only national organization devoted to minority and low-income aging.
Meet The Leadership Team
President and CEO Karyne Jones has led the National Caucus and Center on Black Aging, Inc. (NCBA) and NCBA Housing Management and Development Corporation since 2003, overseeing all operations of the only national organization devoted solely to providing effective leadership in making minority participation in aging services a national issue and priority. (More)
Executive Vice President Elias Hussein has been with NCBA since 1978. He oversees operations in all of the organization's program areas.
Angie Boddie, Director of Health Programs
Director of Health Programs Angie Boddie joined NCBA in 2004. She directs all health promotions, advocacy and education programs for NCBA.
Director of the Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program Rosalind Brooks joined NCBA in 2001. She directs the program that helps place qualified seniors in positions with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Director of the Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP) Debra Carter has been with NCBA since 2003. She directs the organization's employment counseling, training and information services.