The Women's Executive Council is aligning with the social distancing request and is suspending all in-person events until further notice.  We look forward to gathering together soon.  In the meantime, do things that safely bring you joy.  For up to date information on Covid19, log on to the CDC website. 

October 14, 2020

LaVon Bracy, EdD
Advocate for Social Justice
CoFounder, New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando

 

Join us via ZOOM!
Everyone is invited to attend and is FREE to the general public. 
The program will begin at 11:30 am. 

 

LaVon Wright Bracy is a native of Boynton Beach, Florida and the daughter of the late Reverend Thomas A Wright Sr and Affie Mae Wright. She was educated in the public schools of St. Augustine and Gainesville, Florida.

LaVon was the first African American to graduate from Alachua County Schools Gainesville High School, Florida in 1965.

In 1969, she graduated from Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree in Psychology.

In 1970, she graduated from The University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida with the Masters of Education Degree (M.Ed.) with an emphasis in College Personnel Services.

In 1977, she earned the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Degree from the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida; with specialization in Higher Education Administration.

She is an advocate for social justice. She has conducted extensive voter education, registration and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) in Central Florida; singlehandedly registering more than 1200 voters and was featured in the CNN Special: WHO COUNTS, 2012. See YouTube documentary clips below.

     

LaVon is Co- Founder of New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando located on Rio Grande Avenue in Orlando, Florida. She has been a champion for Education and has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarship to support college students. She retired in 2012.

She has authored three books; Making Them Whole in 1990 and Beyond Bravery in 2012 and A Brave Little Cookie in 2019. She is wife of Rev. Randolph Bracy and the proud mother of Florida Senator Randolph Bracy and LaVon Bracy-Davis, esq.

 

Mark your calendars for this amazing luncheon!

 

 

 

 


Women's Executive Council Sisters

As the world has been impacted by COVID-19 and our normal monthly luncheons have been replaced with online meetings, the need in our community for scholarships still remains strong.  Central to the core mission of the Women's Executive Council, we believe in education and every year since 1987 we have provided scholarships to women in our community.  This year is no exception.  Now more than ever, WEC is committed to continuing to help those in need. 

One way that we can do that is to donate the amount of money you would normally spend on our luncheons directly to our scholarship fund.  Please do this by clicking the DONATE NOW button.  Thank you. 

 

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   SAVE THE DATE 2020

  • November 11: Romie Mushtaq, MD, ABIHM / WEC Elections and Business 
  • December (Holiday Party)

   SPEAKERS IN 2020


   SPEAKERS IN 2019

  • Heatherann Antonacci | 2018 Women's Achievement Awards Education Honoree, former President, Herzing University
  • Cornita A. Riley | Retired, Chief  Orange County Corrections, 2016 Women's Achievement Awards Central Florida Woman of the Year
  • Kirsten B. Carter, MD | Internal Medicine Physician, Grace Medical Home
  • Secily Wilson, | WOW Legacy; Shanta Barton Stubbs, PhD, MA, LMHC | New Image Youth Center; Deanna Snyder, RN | Be Well Essentials
  • Karen Willis | Chief Executive Officer, Early Learning Coalition of Orange County
  • Deborah Barra | Chief Assistant State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit Office of the State Attorney's Office
  • Kelly Lafferman | Chief Marketing Officer & Principal, Findsome & Winmore
  • Bernadette Spong | Chief Financial Officer, Orlando Health
  • Roseann Harrington, Chief of Staff | Orange County Government

 

   SPEAKERS IN 2018

 

   SPEAKERS IN 2017

  • Cyndia Morales Muñiz, EdD, Assistant Director of Multicultural Academic & Support Services | University of Central Florida
  • Kari Conley, Director, Community Relations | Orlando Health
  • Diane O'Dell, President of Community & Diversity Relations & Executive Director of the Foundation | Universal Orlando
  • Maryann Barry, CEO | Girl Scouts of Citrus
  • Lieutenant General Mark Hertling, Retired Army, Senior Vice President, Global Partnering, Leadership Development & Health Performance Strategies  | Florida Hospital
  • Michelle Brady Palmer, Manager, Community Engagement | SeaWorld Parks & Resorts Orlando
  • Barbara Jenkins, EdD, Superintendent | Orange County Public Schools
  • Joie Cadle, Elected Board Member, Orange County Public Schools, 2017 WEC Woman of the Year