Donald R. Cravins, Jr. is the Senior Vice President for Policy and Executive Director of the Washington Bureau. In this capacity, Mr. Cravins is responsible for leading the development of the National Urban League’s policy, research, and advocacy agenda, while expanding the organization’s impact and influence inside the Capital Beltway.
Senior Vice President for Policy and Executive Director of the Washington Bureau
Senior Vice President for Strategy, Innovation and Technology, and Chief Technology Officer
Michael Miller is Chief Technology Officer/CIO and Senior Vice President for Strategy, Innovation and Technology for the National Urban League. His responsibilities include managing hosted infrastructure, telecom, help desk support and facilities. Mr. Miller lead the effort to develop and implement our IamEmpowered platform which hosts multiple web applications and data storage. Mr. Miller brings to the National Urban League a diverse set of skills and executive experience in managing technology, strategic planning and business development.
Senior Vice President, Affiliate Services
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Wanda Jackson is Senior Vice President, Human Resources for the National Urban League. Ms. Jackson has overall responsibility for the Human Resources function in the League’s national office, and manages programs and activities in corporate diversity, employment, and leadership development. Wanda joined the League after a stint at A Better Chance, Inc. as the Director, Business and Professional Partnership Program. There, she worked with corporations placing academically talented minority students in full-time jobs and internships. Ms.
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Rhonda Spears Bell is the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications at the National Urban League. In this capacity as the chief marketing and communications officer, Ms. Bell is responsible for the strategic development and execution of all marketing and interactive strategies, public relations, major conferences and events, and publications activities, as well as solidifying the League’s brand identity nationwide.