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Cenie Jomo Williams

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Background Information

Employment History

Elected President

National Association of Black Social Workers Inc


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ABSW New York City Chapter - National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW)

nabsw.org [cached]

One of them, Mr.Cenie "Jomo" Williams was not only the first elected president of the National Association of Black Social Workers but also our New York City Chapter president.
e remained so for many years until his untimely death. We could not do this work without honoring the legacy of Cenie Williams. He was a great strategist, an organizer and warrior. e was committed to the survival of Black people both nationally and internationally.


Metrolina Chapter of the Association of Black Social Workers

www.mcabsw.org [cached]

Cenie "Jomo" Williams, Jr., the first National President, spearheaded much of the aforementioned activity.
Brother Williams was appointed as the organization's first Executive Director (1974-1982). He began the organization of NABSW chapters in the United States, South America, the Caribbean, and Canada. On August 2, 1975, a group of enthusiastic persons representing organized and potential chapters of local Association of Black Social Workers (ABSW) met at the Sheraton Center in Charlotte, NC with Cenie J. Williams, Executive Director of the NABSW, Inc.


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