PRESIDENT & CEO, NDC
Loves to help underserved and minorities. Diversity is her main advocacy. Helps on home ownership and small business, too.
Faith Bautista is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Diversity Coalition.
Faith Bautista is the founder and CEO of the first Asian owned television network, ChimeTV. She currently serves as the President & CEO of the National Diversity Coalition (NDC), an organization of community organizers, faith-based leaders, nonprofit directors and business owners advocating for the voiceless and working collectively for greater financial equality and empowerment for underserved groups. Faith Bautista advocates in the halls of Congress, in the California legislature, and in front of key federal legislators such as the Federal Reserve, FDIC, OCC, FHFA, FTC, FCC and SEC and among America’s Fortune 500 corporations, as a major voice for the ethnic minority.
Faith currently serves on the corporate advisory board for FCC, First Republic Bank, Chair of T-Mobile California Advisory Board, Co chair for PG&E, OCWEN Mortgage, Royal Business Bank, Charter Communications, and Council of Filipino American Chamber of Commerce that has 24 chambers in the US. Faith was also a member of the Office of Thrift Supervision Minority Depository Institutions Advisory Committee and sat on the Low-Income Oversight Board for the California Public Utilities Commission.
Faith is the host of a prime-time news show on Charter cable television, Spectrum News 1 “Owning a Piece of America,” conceived in 2014 that discusses issues such as the future of homeownership, small business lending, technical assistance and consumer protection. Through her leadership, she has gained the support of Corporate America in reaching out to minority groups and has been a leading advocate for low-income and underserved communities.
Faith Bautista was involved in 2 trillion dollars of mergers and acquisitions of utilities, cable and financial institutions. She often speaks on the panel of FDIC and other agencies on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, specifically on the 8 percent of Asian population in the US.
She attended Harvard Divinity School for leadership training, as well as the Wharton School, UCLA, Washington University and UCSD.