NBCA Hall of Fame in The Media

Mandell Jackson

Mandell Jackson is the Vice President of Commercial Neurology. While at Quest Diagnostics he has also held the following roles; Executive Director of Commercial Learning, Southeast Region Executive Sales Director and North Florida Business unit Sales Director.

Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover

Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover began serving as President of Tennessee State University on January 2, 2013. She has advanced a five-point vision that includes: (1) academic progress and customer service, (2) fund raising and partnerships, (3) diversity and inclusion, (4) shared governance, and (5) business outreach.

Justice Robert Benham

From a high school diploma earned at Stevenson Vocational School in Toomsuba, Mississippi to a Bachelor of Science degree at Jackson State University, a Master of Science at Indiana University, to the Ed.D earned at the University of Miami (Florida), Walter Reed always valued education. 

Dr. Walter L. Reed Ed. D.

From a high school diploma earned at Stevenson Vocational School in Toomsuba, Mississippi to a Bachelor of Science degree at Jackson State University, a Master of Science at Indiana University, to the Ed.D earned at the University of Miami (Florida), Walter Reed always valued education. 

Mara Hall

There’s more to Mara Hall than meets the eye. A multi-faceted actress, musician, teacher, writer  and producer, some may even describe the Detroit native as a modern day renaissance woman.

Mr. Leroy Thornton Edwards, Jr.

Thornton is the owner and Chief Executive officer of “The Edwards Companies,” a distribution firm for national brand snack foods, petroleum, and beer/wine beverages.

Mr. Leonard F. Springs

Mr. Springs presently serves on the Board of Directors for M&F Bank.  In this role, he serves as the Chairman of Corporate Marketing Committee and a member of the Executive Committee.  He has formerly served: On the NAACP National Broad of Directors; NAACP Special Contribution Fund Board of Trustees.

La’verne E. Washington

 La’Verne authored and self-published her first book “Angels of DuPont Circle” through  Amazon.com last year, and is now working on production plans for a 2020 CD release of her original  music, working title, “The Moca Mix.” She has just signed a contract with a U.K recording company to  have her popular 1980s “45” recordings re-mastered for release in the U.K., France and America.   

Dr. Jimmie Colson Jackson

Jimmie Colson Jackson was born in Haynesville, Georgia and received her early education in Houston County, Georgia. She attained her Bachelor of Science Degree from Savannah State College, majoring in mathematics in 1959.

Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant

Visionary. Civil rights activist. Community organizer. Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant combines sound Biblical teaching, business acumen  and political insight to propel the Body of Christ to action and greater  levels of faith.