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D.C., Wash. - April 1, 2014 - PRLog -- If you were one of the over 50 attendees at the Urban Financial Services Coalition African American Briefing on Capitol
Hill March 23 – 25 2014 in Washington, DC then:

You benefitted from the insightful briefings and networking with Boos, Allen, Hamilton, Congressional Staff, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the National Association of Black
Journalists, New York Life Insurance Company, the Republican National Committee and others! And then there were the fun tours and dining…

Video and comments at the Urban Financial Services Coalition International Facebook page.

Our thanks to UFSC Leaders- Event Chair Ditu Kasuyi, Co -Chair Adrienne Whitaker, Coordinators Nicole  Chandler- Grant, Tosha Lee, Gail Todd, Dorothy Reed and Delores Blake!

See you all for our 40th Annual International Summit in Chicago June 5-7!


UFSC, formerly the National Association of Urban Bankers, is a nonprofit organization of diverse professionals in the financial services
industry and related fields. Affiliation with UFSC offers a unique opportunity to influence the shape of the banking and financial services
industry. UFSC promotes the personal and professional growth of its members and collectively articulates concerns and marshals resources
to improve the economic development of under-served communities.

UFSC supports programs that offer practical benefits for diverse financial services professionals, banks and financial institutions.
UFSC's underlying goals and objectives are to foster the interest and increase the number of minorities in the financial services
industry; strengthen the financial fitness of low-income communities; and provide scholarship programs for minority youth pursuing
financial services careers.

The Summit will culminate with an awards reception at which outstanding members, chapters and community leaders will be
recognized for their dedication to UFSC and its mission.


To ensure the full and equitable participation of people of color at all levels in the financial services industry.

To be the pre-eminent financial services organization that provides professional development programs, supports educational advancement
and promotes economic empowerment for its members and minority communities at large.


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