Thursday, 26 July 2018 13:42

ADA Nolen Elected to National Leadership Post

Shelby County Asst. Dist. Atty. Muriel Nolen was elected Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of the National Black Prosecutors Assn. for 2018-19 at the recent NBPA Annual Conference and Job Fair in Denver. The Mid-Atlantic Region includes Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
The National Black Prosecutors Association (NBPA) is the only professional membership organization dedicated to the advancement of blacks as prosecutors.
Founded in 1983, the Association’s membership is comprised of prosecutors in the continental United States, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and in Canada. It includes both chief and line prosecutors from local, state and federal offices.
In addition to prosecutors, the association’s membership includes law students, former prosecutors, and law enforcement personnel, and sponsors training sessions and multi-disciplined networking.
Pictured at the NBPA conference are (left to right) Ronald Dowdy (Nashville-Davidson County ADA), David Jones (Nashville-Davidson County ADA), Kristin Taylor (Nashville-Davidson County ADA), Reginald Henderson (Shelby County DA-Adm. Asst.), Mercedes Maynor-Faulcon (AUSA Nashville-Middle District), Tracye Jones (Shelby County ADA), Muriel Nolen (Shelby County ADA), Reagan Taylor (AUSA Memphis, Western District), and Damon Griffin (AUSA Memphis, Western Disrtict).