young church women united
2019 YCWU UPDATE
Church Women United has two newly elected YCWU Representatives. Let’s welcome these two young women to our national leadership. These two young women will be a great asset to the national leadership of the young women in our movement!
Jameka Redmon Matthews was elected during March to fill an unexpired term that was vacant; the term for that unexpired vacancy was from March 31, 2019 through June 30, 2019. She was re-elected during the recent spring 2019 Cycle 4 election to serve a full term from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2023. Jameka is a member of the Los Angeles, California unit. She is the State Ecumenical Development Coordinator for the South California/South Nevada State Unit. Jameka is a member of the African Methodist Episcopal denomination and an active member of the Bethel AME church. She mentors young women as she works within both her church and the Alpha Nu Omega Sorority, Inc.
Sorelle Ngatchou, was elected during March to fill a Cycle 2 unexpired term that was vacant; the term for that unexpired vacancy is from March 31, 2019 through June 30, 2021. Sorelle is a member of the Cape Cod, Massachusetts unit. She was a speaker at the Northwest Regional Assembly in New York during 2018 and a speaker at the national 2016 Quadrennial that was held in Louisville, Kentucky. She is a member of Union Baptist Church and is active with the youth. She is currently enrolled at UMass Amherst for a Bachelor in Communication.