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Organization Profiles


The North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development

The North Carolina Institute of Minority Economic Development is a statewide nonprofit organization representing the interest of underdeveloped and underutilized sectors of the state's economic base. The Institute's working philosophy is that--information and business development are critical to wealth creation and to building the asset base among low-wealth sectors of the population.


International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters

IABPFFThe IABPFF is an unincorporated membership organization created as a liaison between our Brothers and Sisters across the nation to collect and evaluate data on all deleterious conditions incumbent in all areas where minorities exist, to compile information concerning the injustices that exist in the working conditions in the Fire Service, and implement action to correct them. Visit

First Choice Community Health Centers

First Choice Community Health Centers was established in 1979 as a non-profit community health center and certified as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). First Choice Community Health Centers is dedicated to providing primary healthcare and dental service to the under served citizens.

Marriott's Commitment to Global Diversity

As a leader in the hospitality industry, Marriott's commitment to global diversity encompasses every business unit worldwide. We were the first worldwide hospitality company to have established a formal supplier diversity program. In 2003 alone, Marriott spent over $150 million with minority-owned US businesses.

National Association of Real Estate Brokers

National Association of Real Estate Brokers  NAREBNAREB: We welcome your interest in becoming a REALTIST®! There are many opportunities for you to experience with the greatest and oldest minority trade organization in America.

Progress Energy

Progress Energy provides equitable opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses to participate in the supply of goods and services. Through our Supplier Diversity & Business Development Program (SD&BD), we are striving to increase the number of opportunities and the active procurement of materials, equipment and services from minority and women-owned businesses.

Fayetteville State University

FSU and are Building Bridges to Financial Success for Minorities
Recently, Fayetteville State University, a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina and the second-oldest public institution of higher education in the state, made a decision to promote's career services and news to students and alumni. FSU was founded in 1867 as the Howard School for the education of African Americans, today FSU serves a growing student body of over 5,300 and ranks among the nation’s most diverse campus communities.

Cape Fear Regional Community Development Corporation

The Cape Fear Regional Community Development Corporation is a community-based organization dedicated to providing information, education and counseling in Homeownership and Business Start-up to the Low to Moderate Income Community, and facilitating partnerships in Economic Development with other community organizations and local units of Government.