The National Organization of
Black Law Enforcement Executives

4609-F Pinecrest Office Park Drive
Alexandria, VA 22312-1442
Our National President
Dr. Cedric Alexander was sworn in as the 37th President of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives at its 38th Annual Conference & Exhibition in Grand Rapids, MI.   He serves as the Public Safety
Director for DeKalb County, GA.
NOBLE Welcomes Our New Executive Director
Mr. Dwayne Crawford comes to NOBLE with a wealth of knowledge and experience in both the profit and non-profit arena.  He has done extensive work and has over 20 years of experience in marketing, sales, and revenue building. 
As a Senior Vice President with 100 Black Men of America, Inc., Mr. Crawford managed all external activities of the organization to include chapter development, community relations, fundraising, resource development, strategic planning and infrastructure expansion. He increased public support and revenue by 99% over a 5 year period and increased corporate and foundation giving by more than 100%.

Mr. Crawford is a graduate of Hampton University where he received his undergraduate degree in Computer Science. He earned his MBA in Marketing and Finance from New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business and he
is a graduate of the Bank of New York Corporate Management Program.
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