President Johnicon George
Johnicon George Sr. is an Activist, Community Organizer, and Advocate. His company, Icon Connects, LLC, was developed to build stronger communities by connecting community members to professional institutions, community base organizations, and Government entities. Furthermore, providing bridge building, strategic planning, and facilitation services. In 2020 his company created a Staffing Agency to meet the needs of Solano County’s disenfranchised communities affected by Covid-19.
Over the past 20 years he has served in various leadership roles within the community. Johnicon was a founding Board Member of the Bay View Rotary Club, Vice President of the Bay View Merchant Association, owner/operator of the first Black Bookstore in San Francisco’s Bay View Hunter’s Point, and Local & Global Mission Servant Leader at Mount Calvary Baptist Church of Fairfield.
He currently serves as a Board Member of the Solano County Black Chamber of Commerce. He is also serving his third two year term as President of the Tri-City Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
1st Vice President,
Ms. Sherreah Daniels currently serves as Tri-City NAACP Treasurer. She’s a versatile seasoned Revenue Cycle Professional with proven success. Sherreah joined Tri-City NAACP as she believes in the overall mission, vision and objectives of the NAACP and is prepared to do the work in the community in which she serves to make a difference whenever possible.
Member at Large,
Member at Large,
Jacquie Bruessard, number six of nine children, was born in the Mississippi Delta during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Her mother, Jessie Mae was an amazing woman born on Refuge Plantation and she instilled hard work, faith and loving your fellow men in her children. Her older sisters migrated to Oakland in the 70's and one-by-one, they followed each other to the Bay Area. Post-divorce, Jacquie Bruessard and her son moved to Solano County in 2004. Her passion is for helping marginalized communities, which has motivated her to join many organizations, committees and non-profits throughout the Bay Area.
After many years matriculating at various colleges & universities, she obtained her doctorate in Organizational Leadership. She is proud to be a Member-At-Large in the Tri-City NAACP and she feels that now is the time to build on the legacy of the founds & leaders in the past that struggled, suffered and sacrificed for us to have a fair and equitable playing field.
Jacquie considers Ghana, West Africa as her second home. Her plans are to start a nonprofit organization that will empower women and girls nationally and internally. Additionally, her dream is open a museum and cultural center in honor of her late mother and late twin sister.