December 19, 2021


David Morgan
Working hard to increase Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) Media Power.

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In that role, he managed the government and public affairs portfolios for the American Express OPEN business and the Tax and Human Resources functions and also served as Treasurer for the American Express Company’s political action committee. 

Meet David Morgan

President, Multicultural Media & Correspondents Association. David is managing partner of D. Morgan & Partners, a government relations and public affairs firm at the center of business and the political system. Prior to launching the firm, Mr. Morgan served for almost ten years as Vice President Government Affairs for the American Express Company.

In that role, he managed the government and public affairs portfolios for the American Express OPEN business and the Tax and Human Resources functions and also served as Treasurer for the American Express Company’s political action committee. 

Notably, David is President and co-founder of the Multicultural Media
Correspondents Association, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization committed to moving the needle on media diversity. In addition, he is co-founder of the National Infrastructure Investment Alliance, a coalition comprised of investment and development industry leaders helping local governments secure financing and technical assistance for their priority public-private-partnership and Opportunity Zone projects.

About The Summit

The inaugural BIPOC Community Media Development Summit, held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C on November 18, was designed to be a call to action for investing in community media as a community development and revitalization strategy. 

MMCA’s goal is to build a coalition of the willing that will work to eliminate the blind-spot that has kept the community development financing sector from investing in and partnering with community media – an overlooked but critical and trusted part of the civic infrastructure of local communities.  

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