Thank you for a remarkable year!
In 2016, the CBCF celebrated four decades of going "Beyond All Limits," to develop leaders, inform public policy, and educate the global black community. As we close out the year, we recognize not only the 40-year legacy of the CBCF, but also the growth of initiatives and partnerships that improve the disparities faced by African Americans and other underserved communities. 

Most notable are the expansion of the Leadership Institute beyond Capitol Hill with the Pathways to the C-Suite Internship and the advancement of minority business development and entrepreneurship with the Executive Economic Summit Series convening in Berkley and Atlanta. 

Over the past 40 years, whether you participated in an event, engaged with us on social media, or made a donation ---     your efforts made a tremendous impact. We hope that you will continue to support us. Together, our collective voices will reach beyond all limits. 

Visit our website to take a look back at the CBCF through the years
CBCF's Executive Economic Summit III brings capital to the forefront
The CBCF's Executive Economic Summit III, Black Women Business Leaders and Access to Capital c o-hosted by The Coca-Cola Company,   took place in Atlanta, Ga on November 14. 

Attendees connected with a dynamic mix of business leaders from across the country, as well as key members of the Congressional Black Caucus, Georgia State Legislature, the Obama Administration, and others who have been at the forefront of economic policies and federal initiatives to promote capital access for minority-owned firms. 

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