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GLOUCESTER COUNTY – Loretta Winters, longtime president of the Gloucester County NAACP, was recently named Lifetime Achievement Award winner by SJ Magazine’s Women of Excellence issue.
You can find all the honorees by clicking here.
Winters has long been a dynamo fighting for racial justice and fairness in South Jersey along the state of New Jersey. Along with her duties leading the Gloucester County branch, one of the most active NAACP branches in the state, she serves as the New Jersey chair of Women In the NAACP, WIN.
She is also vice-chair of the South Jersey Federal Credit Union board of directors and sits on the Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central and Southern New Jersey board. Winters also works on the board of the social justice nonprofit Salvation and Social Justice, a member of the Rowan College at Gloucester County Foundation and has served as chair of the New Jersey Women’s March in 2017, 2019 and 2019.
Other women of color honored by the magazine this year include:
*Fatihah Abdur-Rahman, principal, Forest Hill Elementary School, Camden
*Tatiana Mitchell, founder, NoBrakes Organization, Camden
*Digna Townsend, co-founder South Jersey Young Democrats Black Caucus/Confidential aide, Camden County Commissioner Director Louis Cappelli Jr.
Find the list of all of the winners here.
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