The National Diversity Coalition (NDC) s an official 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
The National Diversity Coalition is an organization of community organizers, faith-based leaders, nonprofit directors, and business owners working collectively for greater financial equality and empowerment for underserved groups. Together we work with corporate and government leaders to advocate for greater opportunities in homeownership, small business, and financial literacy for all people.
Faith Bautista, President
Jin Sung, Chairman
Gil Vasquez, Vice Chairman
Richard Ramos, Secretary
Everett Bell, Director
Lee DeLeon, Director
Charles Dorsey, Director
Jack Miranda, Director
Cora Oriel, Director
Regina Grant Peterson, Director
The National Diversity Coalition (NDC) mission is to empower and influence our nation’s minority communities at every level of government and within the business community.
We advocate before governmental bodies, including the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Transportation Commission (FTC), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and all of the federal financial regulators, such as Treasury, Federal Reserve, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Consumer Federal Protection Bureau (CFPB), Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and Security and Exchange Commission (SEC).
NDC’s leadership consist of our nation’s various faith & community-based organizations including African-American, Asian and Latino evangelical churches, leadership from major minority business’s such as the Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce, as well as, a diverse group of minority-led regional and national nonprofits.
NDC’s member organizations are representative of a significant constituency, strongly advocating for the underserved. However, we cannot achieve substantial social impact without corporate partners. These strategic partnerships with public and private sectors have resulted in policy changes and/or have increased financial support directed at community programming. These programs support a vast array of areas such as homeownership, financial literacy education for youth and adults, digital and broadband literacy, and affordable housing and healthcare to name a few. In addition, they provide access to resources that increase quality of life and improve supplier diversity programs, the importance of arts education in creating thriving communities and economies, K12 education, and several other areas that address various social determinants key to equitable treatment for all individuals, regardless of socio-economic status.
As we aggressively seek a brighter economic future for America’s historically underserved populations, our goal through advocacy work and policy changes, more corporate entities will be held to a greater standard of social responsibility in helping to reduce income and wealth inequality.
To accomplish our goal NDC meets with multi-‐billion dollar companies seeking acquisitions, and propose substantial public interest provisions via an increase in corporate philanthropy. We positively advocate for the social responsibility, which benefits corporate strategic reinvestments in communities relative to assets, deposits, revenue, and pretax profits. Thus our partnership results in a collaboration of social responsibility and increased public interest in marginalized communities of color.
A few of NDC’s key accomplishments with corporations in public interest provisions include, but not limited to:
• Diversity in corporate governance, executive leadership, and employment.
• Diversity and access to procurement.
• Establish and/or increase marketing, education, and outreach to minority communities.
• Increase in philanthropy and community reinvestment
• Provision of program or service to low income or minority communities.
NDC is seeking to enlist member organizations and individuals with a passion for servant leadership. We value members who understand the principles of competence and character resulting in a high-trust organizational culture.
Advancing the Seed
African American Chamber of Commerce
African American Firefighter Museum
Asian Business Association
Asian Journal, Inc.
Azusa Pacific University
Boys of Color of Santa Ana
Community Connections LLC
Episkiazo Christian Church
Impact Southern California
Instituto de Avance Latino
Island Pacific Supermarket Inc.
Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership
Korean American Coalition LA
Latino Coalition for Community Leadership
Los Angeles County Alliance for Boys & Girls Clubs
Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Tess Mauricio, MD FAAD, M Beauty Clinic
National Asian American Coalition
Oasis Center International
Plan C Agency
Riverside Charitable Corp.
Santa Maria Group
Small Business Development Corp of Orange County
Southern California CDC
Templo Calvario CDC
The Network of Myanmar (Burmese) American Association
Vasquez & Company, LLP
Youth Business USA