Who We Are

Who We Are
Who We Are

Our Vision

Economic opportunities are available to ALL of Sacramento’s diverse small business community.


Founded in 1993, the Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce is the largest minority chamber in the region. Throughout the years, we have continued to champion diversity and inclusion as a source of strength and opportunity. We fight on behalf of the thousands of minority business owners in our region, including the over 6,000 Asian American and Pacific Islander owned businesses, and offer the technical support, resources, and level of advocacy they need to thrive as part of an inclusive economy in the Sacramento region.

We believe in the power of collaboration. This work can’t be done alone. We are currently leading efforts to drive technical support and a much needed policy change for small businesses along our aging commercial corridors, helping build a strategic action plan that prioritizes the region’s core economic initiatives for a more prosperous, equitable, and resilient region, and working to elevate Sacramento’s status as one of the most diverse and integrated cities in the nation.

COVID–19 Response

Pathways to Prosperity Agenda

In 2020, we adopted the California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce’s eight-point economic recovery plan. This aims to draw attention to the need for streamlined access to credit and capital, help entrepreneurs of color shift to digital platforms and commercialize their ideas, and ensure there are bigger investments in broadband so that employment, re-skilling programs, education, and healthcare is accessible to everyone.