If you're like most of the country, you're not feeling great about politics nowadays. After this interview with Executive Director Jamar Cobb-Dennard and Tri-Chair Adrianne Slash, I'm confident you'll not only feel better, you'll want to help this bi-partisan effort.
The vision of the 10|100 committee is to raise monies that are invested in developing a pipeline of candidates-of-color that will populate campaigns, down-ballot through Congress, with qualified servants who represent values within communities-of-color.
The 10|100 committee began its mission in Indiana to recruit board members, learn the landscape of PAC leadership, and support successful candidates. The model will then be replicated across the country, state-by-state, and then to federal races.Support An Indianapolis Business Podcast: Off the Circle
- The 10|100 Committee — The 10|100 committee was formed to address pipeline development and funding issues in politics for persons-of-color. This bi-partisan PAC raises money to systematically train future leaders, fund campaigns, and make independent expenditures to defeat the competition.