Faith Bautista

Loves to help underserved and minorities. Diversity is her main advocacy. Helps on home ownership and small business, too.


Faith Bautista Tamashiro is the founder of the first Asian owned television network and the only fully English AAPI entertainment channel to be aired in 41 states across the country, ChimeTV. She is also the founder and former president and CEO of the National Asian American Coalition (NAAC), a nonprofit that provides housing counseling, small business lending and technical assistance services to minority and low-income populations for over 18 years.

She currently serves as the 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 serves on the Corporate Advisory Board for FCC, Co chair for PG&E, Charter Communications, and Council of Filipino American Chamber of Commerce that has 24 chambers in the US.

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 Bautista was involved in 2 trillion dollars of mergers & acquisitions. She speaks on the FDIC and other agencies' Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion panels, specifically on the 8 percent of Asian population in the US.

Appointed by President Trump's administration in 2017, Ms. Bautista served a 4-year term on the Treasury Department's CDFI Fund Community Advisory Board and the FCC's broadband adoption and diversity advisory board.

She attended Harvard Divinity School for leadership training, as well as the Wharton School, UCLA, Washington University and UCSD.
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