Black History Month is All 365 Days of the Year

During this month we will recognize local leaders for their achievements throughout the Henry County Community and their important role in shaping the life of of the citizens they serve. We are honoring local history makers who are devoted to making Henry County a better place to live and grow. We salute our local leaders because their work and entrepreneurial spirit help to empower, inspire and uplift all persons in the community, particularly people of color. We invite you to like us on Facebook and Instagram and share the information with your social media network.  

Warmest Regards,

Dr. R. Matthews                                               President, 

Henry County NAACP

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Black History Makers

Kimberly Underdue

License Clinical Social Worker, LCSW

Kimberly Underdue is a true Georgia Peach!  . She currently resides in McDonough , GA with her son Nicholas.  Kimberly graduated with her Bachelors in Sociology from Georgia State University. She later attended Clark Atlanta University and received a Masters in Social Work. Kimberly has been active in the field of social work for over 25 years. She has served as Executive Director for several agencies and is an active member of her community. Kimberly is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW). She is committed to providing community outreach to families, Life skills Development and mentoring youth.  Kimberly’s expertise includes: Family and “At-Risk” Youth Counseling Crisis Intervention, Community Outreach, Case Management, Trauma Related Services Alcohol & Drug Counseling Group Therapy,

 

With much ambition, Kimberly opened Embracing Arms Inc. Group Home for at-risk youth in May 2003.  She later opened a counseling agency in Stockbridge, Ga. in 2007.  Underdue Social Services, Inc. is a community-based counseling agency. The agency was created in hopes to provide better and more efficient counseling and therapy services to children in foster care and their families.  Kimberly has been a Henry County Resident for 15 years.  In addition to her counseling agency, Kimberly has a non profit called Girls First, Inc.  Girls Firrst, Inc. currently delivers 2500 meals a day during the summer months to at-risk children in the Henry County and surrounding areas.   Underdue Social Services, Inc.  The Core Agency is a community-based counseling agency. 

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Kimberly currently serves as the National Legislative Chair for Top Ladies of Distinction.  She is the immediate past National Mental Health Task-Force Chair for Jack and Jill of America.  She is an active member of Henry County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and the New Rock Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction.  Kimberly has been a member of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. for over 30 years.  She is a Legacy Life Member and previously served as the NCNW National Young-Adult Vice-President.  She also services on the Henry County United Way Advisory Council.  Kimberly enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and shopping.

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Join Us

Monthly Meetings

Second Tuesday at 7:00 pm

 Mt. Olive Baptist Church

 469 Mt. Olive Road

Stockbridge, Georgia 30281

Meetings are open to the public

Join us! Working for a better community!

Virtual Meetings

Virtual membership meetings are every

2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. 

 

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to be added to announcements and reminders.

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Henry County Branch NAACP Unit 560C held Election of Officers on November 28-29, 2020.  Effective January 1, 2021, the newly elected officers are as follows:

President:                            Dr. Rosalyn Matthews

First Vice President:            Curtis Tolbert

Second Vice President:       Terry McMillan

Third Vice President:           Dr. Deborah Sykes

Secretary:                            Cherice Hollis

Assistant Secretary:            Joia Herman 

Treasurer:                            Lutrina Shelton 

Assistant Treasurer:            Jerry Robinson

Members of Executive Committee:

Wanda Bailey-Jenkins

Shakur Matthews

Dr. Donna McBride  

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