Thank you for your interest in our organization. Since 1975, NABCO has provided a forum for networking, information and resource sharing, and issue advocacy on behalf of African-American elected and appointed county officials serving in America’s 3,069 counties, boroughs, and parishes.
The value of being a NABCO member include invitations to private and invitation only events, priority consideration for national, state, and local leadership positions, workshops and seminars, education and training opportunities, and having the credibility of a national organization to support you at the local, state, and national levels plus much more!
To become a member of the National Association of Black County Officials, please complete the application below.
The National Organization of Black County Officials, Inc. (NOBCO) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1982. We seek to serve vulnerable populations through education, training, outreach and advocacy. Our mission is to promote education and training, raise awareness, serve as a catalyst and a clearinghouse that offers an array of resources to assist elected/appointed officials with legislation and public policy issues, which may impact their respective areas of governance. NOBCO provides resources to empower and transform communities into more sustainable environments to support a stronger and more viable America. Our primary focus is on health and health disparities; economic stability; public safety; environmental matters; and social justice issues.