Addressing Historic & Contemporary Inequities to Create an Inclusive, Wealth-Generating Economy for All

We aim to make Greater Boston the region to replicate—we will do this by engaging with the larger business community and investing in efforts to tackle persistent racial, ethnic, and gender-based wealth gaps. 

Catalyzing a multi-institutional focus on economic recovery and equity is critical. There is a long way to go but through dedicated, intentional work with our partners, including through programs like Pacesetters and City Awake, we aim to achieve economic inclusion for all in the Commonwealth.  

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Tom Browne
Tom Browne

Senior Director, Economic Inclusion

Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce

Our Economic Inclusion Work Aims To:

Attract, empower, and retain diverse talent, entrepreneurs, and future leaders

Decrease the income gap for minority business enterprises and the communities from which they are born and operate

Convene, celebrate, and inspire those invested in achieving economic inclusion for all

Latest Chamber Events on Economic Inclusion See All

Press Release

Innovative Contracting Model Takes Aim at Supplier Diversity Inequities

Greylock Federal Credit Union and Elegant Stitches of Pittsfield have entered into a unique and industry-leading supplier contract aimed at providing minority-owned businesses an opportunity to grow and compete in the business-to-business marketplace.
Policy Insights

Chamber Submits Testimony Regarding Equity in City Contracts

The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce submitted testimony regarding Docket #0291, An Order for a hearing regarding equity in city contracts, which is sponsored by Councilor Brian Worrell.
Thought Leadership
Sheena Collier : Building the Fierce Urgency of Now Festival

Sheena Collier: Building the Fierce Urgency of Now Festival

That’s what the Fierce Urgency of Now Festival is all about! Through F.U.N., City Awake and the Chamber are bringing together individuals across all communities and backgrounds to highlight the moral, civic, and business reasons
Economic Inclusion
Economic Inclusion

Economic Inclusion Committee

Our Economic Inclusion Committee provides strategic support around research, policies, and programs that are focused on building a thriving economy where opportunity is available to all.

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Our Economic Inclusion Committee Chairs

Corey Thomas
Corey Thomas

Chairman and CEO Rapid7

Miceal Chamberlain
Miceal Chamberlain

President Bank of America Greater Boston

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