Title: Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Company: The National African American Parent Union
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States
Pastor Naomi Haywood, chief executive officer and founder at The National African American Parent Union, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil rights advocacy.
Ms. Haywood is a long-standing civil rights advocate, an ordained pastor, community activist, and proud mother of five. In 2004, she founded The National African American Parent Union, a group dedicated to creating opportunities for black parents, students and children. Adjacent to her primary professional endeavors, she is also a board member of several noteworthy organizations, including the Leeway Foundation and the Avalon Guard Community. Ms. Haywood’s performance in the field was born of her academic journey, having completed coursework at Los Angeles City College in alcohol and drug counseling and graduating in 2011.
To commemorate her dedication and commitment in the field, Ms. Haywood has been recognized with several awards and commendations, including an award from the mayor for performance in the Avalon Guard Community in 2015. She became more involved in her field after finding some local schools were mistreating black students and placing them in inappropriate classes. As part of her vocational journey, she hopes to bring together different organizations for the betterment of black communities. In the coming years, Ms. Haywood aims to have 10,000 parents in her union, and she looks forward to continuing her efforts in building and providing resources to those who need them.
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