Convention Officers

The elected Officers of the NCBC are the President, Vice-President At-Large, first, second and third Vice-Presidents, General Secretary, Assistant General Secretary, Chairman of Finance, Treasurer, Auditor, Historian, and Musical Director.  Tenure is generally for four (4) years with elections held annually. All officers shall be subject to the control and direction of the president in matters pertaining to the work and obligations.


Parent Body Officers

 

 President, Pastor Charles W. McNeill Jr.

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The President presides over the meetings of the Annual Session, the Quarterly Sessions, Special Sessions, the Executive Board and the General Board.  The President serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Official Representative of the NCBC.  The President shall sign all legal documents and bank drafts, unless designated otherwise in writing by the President.  The President is an ex-officio member of all NCBC Auxiliaries, Boards, Commissions, Committees, Special Task Forces, etc.

 


 

Vice President At-Large, Pastor Stephen E. Tucker

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Representative of Maryland/Virginia Region. The Vice-President (V. P.) At-Large is responsible for Parent Body programming (i. e. Annual Session, Pre-Musical, Banquet) including church recruiting and takes on any other tasks directed by the President.  The V. P. At-Large is also responsible for the support of and attending all Annual Sessions of the NBC USA, Inc.

 


 

 First Vice President, Pastor Willie T. Lawson

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Representative of Northwest (NW) Region. The First (1st) Vice-President serves as the Budget Director to help with the formation of the budget for the Convention; guide the budget Chairperson and committee to establish a workable budget each year; in charge of all matters relating to finance and budgeting for the NCBC; and the recruitment of new churches.  The 1st V. P. is also responsible for the support of and attending all Annual Sessions of the NBC USA, Inc.


 

Second Vice President, Pastor Damion M. Briggs

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Representative of Northeast (NE) Region. The Second (2nd) Vice-President is responsible for developing and overseeing boards with the exception of the Executive Board and the General Board; along with the President is responsible for appointing all Board Chairpersons staffed with members from churches in the NCBC; and the recruitment of new churches.  The 2nd V. P. is also responsible for the support of and attending all Annual Sessions of the NBC USA, Inc.

 


 

Third Vice President, Pastor L. K. Floyd

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Representative of the Southeast (SE) and Southwest (SW) Regions. The Third (3rd) Vice-President is responsible for developing all Commissions and Committees; along with the President, is responsible for appointing all Chairpersons, except Program, Registration and Budget Committees and staffed with members from churches from the NCBC; and for the recruitment of new churches.  The 3rd V. P. is also responsible for the support of and attending all Annual Sessions of the NBC USA, Inc.


 

 

 General Secretary, Pastor Charles W. Dockett

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The General Secretary's duties consist of the following:

 

Keeping the minutes at all regular and special meetings of the convention. Minutes of all auxiliaries, boards, or committees shall be given to the General Secretary to be included with his minutes and for filing.  The General Secretary shall make sure that all important or historical information is given to the Historian.  Once a year, a manual containing all minutes shall be prepared and distributed to all member churches.

 

Notification of Membership - The General Secretary shall notify all members of the following: Meeting places, the time of meetings, announcements, new officers and their duties, new committees, boards or auxiliary appointments, special elections or appointments, home-going services of Pastors & Spouses and convention officers, send letters of condolence, and notify the Executive Board concerning all unfinished business of the Convention.

 

The Convention Roll - The General Secretary shall keep an accurate roster of member churches.  A membership roster shall consist of the Church's name, Pastor's name, address, telephone number, Pastor's name and contact person. A letter shall be sent to churches without a pastor offering our assistance.  A congratulatory letter shall be sent to a recently installed Pastor of a Missionary Baptist Churchin the Metropolitan area. Registration for membership shall be handled by the General Secretary. All fees and monies shall be recorded and given to the Treasure.  Also during the Annual Session he shall be in charge of   registration badges and kit distribution.

 

Custodian of Records - In addition to the minute files, the General Secretary shall be in charge of the records of the convention, such as the convention charter, Seal of the convention, Incorporation papers, Constitution, and Bank statements.  All records of importance to the Convention shall be kept by him and placed on a computer disk.


 

 

Assistant General Secretary, Pastor C. T. Riley

 

The Assistant General Secretary, in the absence of the General Secretary, shall perform the duties of the General Secretary, and any other duties the General Secretary prescribes.

 


 

 Treasurer, Sis. Peggy Carter Wallace

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The Treasurer is the custodian of all liquid assets of the convention. All offerings and checks that come through the mail go to the Treasure for deposit. The Treasurer shall check the budget to make sure funds are coming in at a proper rate.

 

The Treasure is the paymaster. All expenses that are authorized by the President, the Executive Board or the Convention are to be paid. Unauthorized expenses shall not be paid by the Treasurer.

 

The Treasurer is the banker. All funds must be secured and placed in the bank on the next banking day.

 

The Treasurer is the Book-keeper.  The Treasurer must keep or cause to be kept accurate records of the receipts and expenditures. All bank statements must be balanced on a monthly basis and at the end of each year submit the year's bank statements to the General Secretary for proper filing. A written statement must be submitted at all meetings, and copies will be given to the President and General Secretary. At the Annual Session a complete report must be submitted to the Convention.

 

The Treasurer books shall be surrendered to the Convention at the request of the President or the Executive Board, at any time for inspection or a complete audit.

 

The Treasurer shall make bond with some reputable bonding company for the minimum sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2500) for which the Convention shall pay.

 


 

Auditor, Min. Anthony Borges

 

The Auditor reviews the integrity of financial information of NCBC and the means used to gather and estimate such information. The Auditor helps top leadership manage corporate affairs, providing guidance on various issues ranging from financial accuracy to internal controls to regulatory compliance. The Auditor also help department heads identify tools and methodologies to improve operating activities, putting NCBC on a more financially sustainable path.


 

Historian, Deaconess Taffene D. Hollingsworth

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The Historian shall prepare a written history of the Convention.  Information about the origin of the Convention, past Presidents and their accomplishments and others that contributed to the welfare of the Convention must be generated and placed in manual form or book form for future generations.