Mr. DuBose made history in Columbus during the election on October 11, 2005, by becoming the only resident and NAACP member from Columbus, Georgia to be elected to the office of State President of the Georgia State Conference NAACP.


Mr. DuBose made history again on February 21, 2009, during the meeting of the NAACP National Board of Directors in its Centennial year when he became the first Georgia State Conference NAACP President in its 69 year history to be elected to the NAACP National Board of Directors.

Read Mr. DuBose's full bio here. 

Edward O. DuBose

National Board Member


Pastor David Walker

National Board Member

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Pastor Walker served his country, during the Vietnam War, and was honorably discharge from the United States Air Force after six and a half years. He retired from the South Carolina Employment Security Commission after 28 years; holding positions of responsibility in different veteran spaces and on several honorable NAACP platforms. 

Read Pastor Walker's full bio here.