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Want to be part of an organization dedicated to the empowerment of women in the world of sports? supports She Got Game League, founded by Celia “Ce Ce” Newman, a woman-owned business.

About She Got Game:  Focus is on exposing and encouraging female basketball players, school age to college, in the areas of basketball, as well as providing them personal and career development tools to excel at the next level.

She Got Game Mission:  To create a support system and platform to give players the tools necessary to be the best they can be in life.

Core Focus Areas:

    • Basketball Skill Development
    • Camps and Exposure
    • Self-Confidence
    • Interview & Social Media Etiquette
    • Becoming a Leader
    • Community Engagement
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Financial Planning
    • ACT and SAT Preparation

For more information, contact She Got Game League.

    Nita Black has a long history of serving the community.

    • Currently serves as finance committee member and transportation coordinator for Jacob’s Well UMC to help people get off the streets and find a job.
    • Served as Past President and member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Memphis Chapter (NAWBO Memphis) in support of accounting and strategic planning for the organization and its members.
    • Served as Board Secretary for The Community of St. Therese of Lisieux which offers a two year residential program for women surviving prostitution and addiction.
    • Served as Assistant Director for Refuge-Memphis which provides hope to the homeless through food, clothing, shelter, and educational pathways.
    • Served as Chair of the Minority Business Development Oversight Commission with the City of Memphis which advocates for minority owned businesses while overseeing the City’s spend with minorities
    • Serves as Treasurer of Memphis & Shelby County League of Women Voters which is a voters’ rights advocacy group
    • Serves as an advocate through a strategic partnership with ProGeny Place which moves more minorities and women into middle-income wages and building of generational wealth