27 Years of Scholarship Awards

The 2019 award of $97,700 in scholarships is a proud moment for the Chapter.  Since our first scholarship award in 1992, we have now awarded $1,600,000 to more than 700 Bay Area Students.  We sincerely appreciate the support of all of our sponsors as we set our sights on reaching our second million in Scholarship Program awards.


The 100’s signature mentoring program is an effective, evidenced-based and strategic intervention that helps youth reach their full potential and become contributing members of society.


Education is the key to opportunity and is embedded in the mission of our organization

Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness is a vital component of a successful individual and a thriving community. The 100 focuses on the well-being of the whole person: physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual.

Economic Empowerment

Our Economic Empowerment programs and initiatives foster financial literacy, career development, financial planning, investment management, and fiscal responsibility at an early age.


Our organization consists of many brothers dedicated to philanthropy and community service.

Muhammad A. Nadhiri

Chairman of the Board

Danny Williams
Danny L. Williams

Vice Chairman, Gala & Social Chair

Dr. Joseph E. Simmons

Secretary, CCO, Government Affairs Co-Chair, 100 PR

Douglas A. Davis, AIA, LEED

Treasurer, CFO, Executive Director Search Chair

Langston B. Walker

Parliamentarian, Mentoring Co-Chair, Economic Empowerment Co-Chair

Chuck Baker

Board Member, Fund Development & Partnerships Committee Chair

Phillip A. Barnett

Board Member, Collegiate 100 Chair

Malcolm Goodwin

Board Member, Membership Co-Chair

Gordon D. Greenwood, Esq.

Board Member

James K. Harris

Board Member, Public Relations Chair

Abby Hussein

Board Member

Marco T. Lindsey

Board Member

Chazz Lovelace

Board Member

Keith Robertson

Board Member, Education Co-Chair

DeShannon Williamson, MSW

Board Member

Lloyd A. Lawrence Jr.

Chairman Emeritus, Founder


Annual Scholarship Gala


The proceeds from this annual holiday event allow us to fund and execute our “Four For The Future” programs: Mentoring, Education, Health And Wellness, and Economic Empowerment.

Why We #BankBlack

#BankBlack is movement that calls on leaders in the African American community to deposit money into black-owned banks. This produces many positive outcomes including increasing the flow of capital into the African American community in the form of community reinvestment,

A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors

100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Inc. is thankful for the many partners, sponsors, and supporters who have given their time and resources to ensure we continue to impact the lives of youth and the communities we serve.