CHAPEL HILL CARRBORO NAACP
A native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Jonah graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009, and from Columbia Law School in 2014, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. While in law school, he served as the founding student director of the Columbia Law School Writing Center and worked at the Office of the New York State Attorney General. Prior to joining Parry Law, PLLC, Jonah practiced in New York at the international law firm of Milbank LLP.
I am a native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and have been involved with the NAACP for over ten years. I received my Bachelors in Political Science and received my Masters in Public Administration. Now currently pursuing my doctorate degree in Public Policy. I am currently working as a fraud investigator. I got my introduction into political and environmental justice with my father, Minister Robert L Campbell as a young child and witnessed the struggle for equality in sustainable marginalized low income communities seeking justice. I am also a member at large of the Carolina Black Caucus. I am excited and look forward to continuing the work of one step forward, not one step back.
OWASA Board of Directors, Secretary to Executive Committee; Town of Carrboro Human Services Advisory Board, Vice Chair; Blue Ribbon Mentor Advocate; Mentor Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Undergraduate Advisor to the Chapter at UNC-Chapel Hill; Order of the Eastern Star, Randolph Chapter #185, Democratic Women of Orange County; League of Women Voters–Orange, Durham and Chatham Counties; Community Awareness and Political Action Ministry–First Baptist Church, Chapel Hill; NAACP Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award, 2016; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Finer Womanhood Award, 2016 & 2017
The membership committee seeks to retain and engage current members by connecting members to branch committees, populating branch events calendar, and hosting branch events.
The membership committee seeks to increase new and subscribing life memberships, through community engagement, social media outreach, and marketing.
The membership committee seeks to increase branch visibility within the Chapel Hill and Carrboro communities through tabling, volunteering, and participation in local events.
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Membership committee is always looking for ways to engage with the community and to get the word out about our branch. Share community events that we should attend, have a table at, or add to our branch events calendar.
The membership committee is currently small but mighty! We are always seeking volunteers to table at events, live tweet, or assist with recruitment ideas. Participation could be as little as one or two hours per month. Click below to join our committee!