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Nicholas I. Wiggins

Member, NAACP Foundation

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Nicholas Wiggins

Nicholas I. Wiggins is one of the most talented, respected, and admired creatives in America today.

The New Jersey native is the founder and principal of NIW Design, offering client-centered services to advance profiles and brands through highly efficient and effective event management, strategic visioning, and image consulting. Nicholas is also managing director at Values Partnerships, a social impact agency headquartered in Washington DC.

In a six-year tenure at the NAACP, the George Washington University alumnus assisted in the planning and execution of the NAACP Image Awards and the organization's Annual Convention; served as the lead on its NAACP Experience expo and Leadership 500 Summit; and developed the external relations strategy for the chairman and board of directors.

Nicholas began his career as a faculty member of the Newark Boys Chorus School (NBCS), an independent school for young men in Newark, New Jersey. An alumnus of the school, he offered students in grades fifth through eighth a daily dose of American and African American history, world culture, and civics. He currently serves as the chair of their Alumni Board.

Nicholas remains civically engaged and makes a difference in a number of ways. He is a co-founder of the 4 The Culture Brunch, a space where creators, entrepreneurs, and influencers network and connect around Black culture. He serves as Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the NAACP Image Awards Committee, a volunteer body that helps ensure the show's success. He is also Vice President of the National Coalition of Black Meeting Professionals. He maintains membership in the NAACP, National Urban League, Southern Poverty Law Center, Human Rights Campaign, and as an ambassador to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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