Since its inception in 1994, the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) has continued its commitment to promote and secure equal rights for not only Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), but all Americans. Additionally, CAPAC has served to educate other Members of Congress about the history, contributions and concerns of AAPIs.
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. (CBCF) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy, research and educational institute that aims to help improve the socioeconomic circumstances of African Americans and other underserved communities.
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) seeks to develop the next generation of Latino leaders by promoting higher education, providing unmatched career development experience, and award-winning leadership development curriculum.
APIAVote is a national nonpartisan organization that works with partners to mobilize Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in electoral and civic participation.
APIAVote envisions a world that is inclusive, fair, and collaborative, and where Asian Americans and Pacific Islander communities are self-determined, empowered, and engaged.
Our vision is to see that all Asian American and Pacific Islanders have access to higher education and resources that cultivate their academic, personal and professional success regardless of their ethnicity, national origin or financial means.
Our mission is to make a difference in the lives of AAPI students by providing them with resources that increase their access to higher education which serves as the foundation for their future success and contributions to a more vibrant America.
The mission of AAGEN is to promote, expand and support Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) leadership in Government.
The Asian American Government Executives Network (AAGEN) is a 501(c)3 non-profit, non-partisan organization of the highest ranking Asian Pacific American career and appointed executives, foreign service officers, legislative and judiciary members, and military officers in the Federal, state, and local governments.
The Congressional Asian Pacific American Staff Association (CAPASA) is a non-partisan, non-profit congressional staff organization designed to provide you with opportunities to meet other Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on Capitol Hill through professional development seminars, social networking events, and community service projects. CAPASA will help you to build new and lasting relationships with fellow Congressional employees and others in the community.
Founded in 2001, CNHA is a statewide and national network of over 100 Native Hawaiian Organizations. We are a strong voice on public policy, operate a community loan fund, deliver capacity-building and leadership development services, and promote community-owned enterprises.
We unify the political, economic, community, and cultural knowledge of our member organizations to advance Native Hawaiians.
FAPAC is an organization that promotes equal opportunity and cultural diversity for APAs within the Federal and District of Columbia governments. FAPAC encourages the participation and advancement of APAs in the Government work force.
FAPAC will be a nationally recognized organization that serves as a conduit through which the interests, issues and representation of Asian Pacific Americans in the Federal, State, County, City and District of Columbia governments are addressed. It will also promote partnerships with the public and private sectors in the community it serves.
The National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA), founded in 1996, is a coalition of thirty-three national Asian Pacific American organizations around the country. Based in Washington D.C., NCAPA serves to represent the interests of the greater Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander (NHPI) communities and to provide a national voice for AA and NHPI issues.