About HCMC

The Society, Incorporated 

The Society, Incorporated is a non-profit national organization of women dedicated to enhancing, exposing, and promoting youth in the arts for the betterment of our communities. We are bonded in friendship and service to encourage and support youth who are talented in the arts. With a focus on under-served children, we provide support for young literary, visual, and performing artists.

Our Mission

To promote friendship and social exchange among members; to function as a resource for young people in the arts; and to promote educational, civic and cultural experiences within the community.

Harbor City Maryland Chapter History 

The Harbor City Maryland Chapter (HCMC) was chartered November 11, 2017. The establishment of the chapter was a vision of Renata Roy who invited Sharon Collins to join her to gather a group of ladies to take the journey and establish a second chapter in Prince George’s County.

During the interest group period with the support of Congresswoman Jo-Anne Benson, HCMC had the opportunity to work with Ernest Just Middle school in Largo Maryland to support youth by exposing them to many genres of the Arts.

The chapter offered two set sessions that included the orchestra master class led by Howard University music students, and a tap dance class held by Zuri Foreman, now a professional in the arts in New York.

Charter Members: Renata Roy, Visionary Founder and President, and Sharon Collins Co-Founder and Vice President, Sonia Adams, June Clayburn, Constance Davis, JuDonna Foreman, Lynnette Haynes, Delores Johnson – Cooper, Vanessa Lamb, Debra Mahone, LaVerne Naughton, April Richardson, Cleopatra White, Dianne Locke – Whitfield, Jewell Whitmore, and Vernada Williams.