Thank you for supporting the Avoice Heritage Celebration!
The eighth annual  Avoice Heritage Celebration took place on March 29. It was a powerful evening that paid homage to three awardees for their outstanding contributions to education and the African-American community. Funds raised through the Heritage Celebration support the Avoice virtual library.  
  The Honorable Robert C. Scott, Beverly Bond , and The Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Family Foundation were on hand to receive Avoice Heritage Awards. The evening also included a screening and discussion of the docu-series, America Divided: The Class Divide

Support the work of Avoice by visiting .

View the Heritage Celebration photo gallery.
Arigatou Gozaimasu Kakehashi Project!
The CBCF Emerging Leaders: Japan Exchange Program "Kakehashi Project" recently completed its inaugural travel abroad experience in Tokyo, Japan. 
Led by CBCF president and CEO, A. Shaunise Washington, the delegation spent eight days in and around Tokyo learning Japanese culture and business. While there, the delegation met with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and visited several Japanese landmarks including Mt. Fuji and the Tokoyo Imperial Palace. 

Learn more about the CBCF's Leadership Institute opportunities.
Save the date: Executive Economic Summit IV
The CBCF Executive Economic Summit Series heads to Chicago, Illinois on May 9.

Building on the first three Summits, part four in the series is entitled, Chicago Ready: Strategies for Black Business Growth and Development. 

Learn more about the Executive Economic Summit in Chicago and request an invitation to attend by visiting us online.

Learn more about the Executive Economic Summit.
Leadership Institute for Public Service
CBCF Internship 
Marketing & Communications 

CBCF Intern Spotlight  
        Ayanna Martinez

 CBCF Fellows 
2016 - 2018 Fellows
Media Gallery
The Village Blog
The Black Community
and Mental Illness

Executive Economic Summit III (Atlanta)
CBCF Congratulates Raphael Bostic
Save the Date
25th Scholarship Classic
June 25-26, 2017
African American Voices 
in Congress