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Our Meetings 2023

We meet on the second Thursday of each month at our headquarters and by Zoom. 

Email for Zoom information.  

Our Officers


In her second two-year term, Diane retired from Craven Community College in 2016 and became a volunteer for the Clinton campaign. She  worked at the polls for Barbara Lee for NC House in 2018, and in 2019 served as field coordinator for the Allen Thomas for Congress campaign. She is a past Secretary of Craven County Democratic Party and was named a Democratic Women of NC "Star" in 2021.


The youngest African American elected to the New Bern Board of Aldermen, Jameesha has demonstrated her service to the community. She's a co-founder of the Young Urban Professionals and can be depended upon to get into "good trouble." A mother and student, she works full-time and still manages to remain very active in the community and in the Democratic Party. We're glad she's in charge of our programs!


Cheryl is responsible for keeping members and the media updated about DWCC events through newsletters and social media. She was named a 2020 "Star" by DWNC for her work with gender equity and led the team that brought the 2022 Betty Ray McCain Award to DWCC. In her work as an ECU teaching assistant professor, she serves on the Council on Anti-Racism and Equity and is the former co-director of the university's Gender Studies Program. She has been named an ECU Woman of Distinction and has received the Dr. Linda Allred Profiles in Leadership Award.


Cory retired to New Bern after a brilliant career in retail and community service, mostly in the Pacific Northwest. She's been very active in the George Street Precinct and was campaign manager for Toussaint Summers' mayoral run. She is currently volunteering with many groups in Craven County.

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