Professor Nicole T. Stallworth, PC, MSA, CPS
Professor Nicole T. Stallworth is Executive Director for the Black Caucus Foundation of Michigan (BCFM), a Non-Profit organization dedicated to improving life quality for minorities and African Americans through public policy research and development, advocacy and delivering direct services. Professor Stallworth has served as the Black Caucus Foundation director since 2015. She has a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance from Central Michigan University. She has experience managing and directing human service programs serving Detroit children and families, including directing educational programs for the Foundations Institute for Leadership Development and Career Advancement programs that were created in 2010. Under her leadership, BCFM has grown its partnerships to expand the school based substance abuse Education Prevention Program to provide access to mental services for youth along with their families. Professor Stallworth has collaborated with the Michigan Construction Design Coalition for eight years to plan the Annual Construction Science Expo to expose middle and high school students in the Foundations Navigation To Success Program to careers in engineering and skilled trades. Through this partnership over 5,000 youth from the City of Detroit have benefited from this effort. The Black Caucus Foundation of Michigan was awarded the Michigan Prevention Association Prevention Organization of the Year Award in November 2017 under Professor Stallworth leadership. She has taught Science and Mathematics for the Science Engineering Mathematics Academy (SEMA), a program at Wayne State University for K-12 students that exposes them to careers in Space Aeronautics. Professor Stallworth was Chair of Finance Committee, Secretary, Teen Advisor of Top Ladies of Distinction. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Professor Stallworth and her husband have four children that they are raising to be dedicated community volunteers and activists.