Tenth Annual Legacy Awards Luncheon Postponement 

A notice from the Rankin/ Mon Valley/ Pittsburgh Section of NCNW, Inc. Legacy Luncheon Committee:

The safety and security of our members and guests is our highest priority. Although currently there are no reported cases of the coronavirus in Allegheny County, in light of Governor Wolf’s recommendation to cancel or postpone events with 250 or more participants, we have decided to reschedule the Tenth Annual Legacy Awards Luncheon which was to be held March 21st at the Doubletree Hotel in Monroeville.

We recommend you keep your ticket in a secure location. All tickets will be honored when our event is rescheduled. The date has yet to be determined. As we gain more information we will reach out to you with the new date.


Ariana Brazier

Ariana Brazier is a 2nd year English Literature Ph.D. student at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research, broadly stated, is at the intersection of race, gender, and homelessness. She is a 2016 graduate of Spelman College from Bessemer, Alabama. Through her research, Ari plans to illuminate the practical implications that characterizations of poverty have in the development of political, social and racial thought. Additionally, she intends to contribute to the development and successful execution of equal and affordable housing policies.

Currently, she is the Third Vice President of the Rankin/ Mon Valley/ Pittsburgh Section of the National Council of Negro Women and is working to bring young adult leaders into the NCNW family.