We foster partnerships with industry-leading professional associations, advocacy groups, civic organizations and multicultural business groups around the globe. That’s how we gain valuable insight into best practices that help us continue to promote a culture of inclusion.
We help drive public policy through our advocacy partnerships. These include the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (and Institute), Congressional Black Caucus (and Foundation), the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, and the Information Technology Industry Council. Through these alliances, we gain influence, programmatic partners, endorsements and funding opportunities.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) began in 1976. The CHC voices and advances issues and crafts policies that impact the Hispanic community – whether within the U.S. or further afield.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) provides leadership development programs and educational services to young Latinos. Its mission is to create a pathway to develop the next generation of Latino leaders.
Since 1971, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) has ensured that African Americans – and other minority groups – have the chance to achieve the American Dream. The CBC empowers these citizens and addresses their legislative concerns.
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) supports and advances the global black community. The CBCF develops leaders, informs policy, and educates the public in order to promote equal voice amongst communities.
APAICS promotes Asian Pacific American participation and representation throughout political process. It gives Asian Pacific Americans the chance to pursue public office by developing leadership and building public policy knowledge.
The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) is a top advocacy and policy organization for leading innovation companies around the globe. It uses technology-friendly public policy to support its member companies.