The National Organization of Black County Officials, Inc. (NOBCO) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1982 to serve vulnerable populations through education, training, outreach and advocacy. NOBCO provides resources to empower and transform communities into more sustainable environments to support a stronger and more viable America. Our primary focus is health and health care, public safety, civil rights, economic development, environmental matters, and social justice issues.
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NOBCO Board Chairman Roy Charles Brooks, NOBCO Chairman stands at the forefront of one of the fastest growing urban counties in the United States. Located in the north central part of Texas, Tarrant County serves a population of approximately 1.8 million citizens. Known for his strong leadership, ability to forge collaborations and influential voice not just in Tarrant County, but in the State and the Country, Roy fights for the rights of those he serves.For over 30 years, Roy has represented his community, as a community volunteer, a city elected official, and now as County Commissioner. He embraces the core values of integrity, innovation and growth.Roy is committed to the health and welfare of the people. Since entering office in 2004, he is continuously addressing the healthcare issues in his community. He has worked diligently to provide Tarrant County constituents with numerous opportunities to sign up for healthcare through ... Read more...