About Us

A Membership Organization Providing Service for Over 25 Years

Curley M. Dossman Jr.
Curley M. Dossman Jr.
Chairman of the Board
National Office
Brian L. Pauling
Brian L. Pauling
President & CEO
National Office
Bill Clarke
Bill Clarke
President
Sonoma County

Mission Statement

100 Black Men of Sonoma County is dedicated to serving the African American community by providing activities and events to better the community.

Chapter Values

Our chapter is committed to the educational improvement, health & wellness, economic empowerment in order to improve the quality of life for our local African American community.


Chapter History

The Sonoma County Chapter of 100 Black Men was established in June 1990. A group of men convened out of the men’s breakfast at Community Baptist Church to discuss the problems and expectations of the African-American community and the need for involvement of concerned black men. The decision was made to explore joining The 100 by inviting the Sacramento Chapter President to speak to the founding group. The group voted to create a chapter in Sonoma County. Shortly, thereafter articles of incorporation were written and submitted to the State of California and tax exemption submitted to the state and IRS, both were granted in 1991. 100 Black Men of Sonoma County joined the national organization in 1992. The Sonoma County chapter has continued to be semi-active in the national organization activities.



Become A Member of 100 Black Men of Sonoma County, Inc.

As a Chapter Member of 100 Black Men of Sonoma County, Inc. you will an opportunity to back to the African-American community within Sonoma County and develop professional relationships with African-Americans, both locally and nationally. Opportunities are provided to take a leadership role on a project or a committee that provide programs, activities and events for the African-American community.



What Does 100 Black Men of Sonoma County, Inc. Expect of You As A Member?

You will be asked to attend monthly general meetings and special events. We only ask that your work on a committee / program and give that group your attention, time and effort. Our expectation is that you choose work with that interest you. We do not want you to think that participation in our organization because it will take too much away from your personal commitments and family.

The financial commitment to 100 Black Men of Sonoma County is nominal. The Sonoma County Chapter annual membership fee is $300, and National membership fee is $35. These fees are payable at the time of the application online by credit card or by cash/check to the Chapter Treasurer. All other financial commitment are voted on by the general membership.