The Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence (MACC) is a statewide organization committed to transforming systems through the implementation and sustainment of concepts related to cultural competence. We are a clearinghouse for training, resources, research, best practices, and collaboration. READ MORE
Unmute to Listen!
Message from our Executive Director,
Tracy Maxwell Heard
our mission & VISION
MACC’s mission is to transform current systems by implementing cultural competence concepts and tools into policies and programs across systems, organizations and businesses.
Our Vision is for diverse populations to achieve equitable outcomes.
MULTIETHNIC ADVOCATES FOR
A 360 DEGREE
MACC relies on the support of its members to continue to grow and work towards achieving its mission of providing culturally competent services to diverse populations.
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Our new newsletter, YOUTUBE channel, and social media platforms provide outreach for our programs and services to the community,
THE MASTERS OF CROSS-CULTURAL NAVIGATION
FULLY CUSTOMIZED TRAINING
MACC offers fully customizable training workshops and programs for any business, organization, or industry.
MACC also provides technical assistance and cultural audits to assist organizations and individuals on their road to cultural proficiency.
EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTORS AND SPEAKERS
MACC's workshops, training, and seminars are conducted by certified and professional instructors. Our Train The Trainer Workshop will give your business and organization in-house representatives for ongoing and customized sessions for your HR and D&U Officers.
ADVOCACY & ACTIVISM FOR DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
Cultural competence is not just a statement of quality practice. Cultural competence also requires advocacy and activism. It is critically important to provide quality services to those who find themselves marginalized; and it is also essential to disrupt the societal processes that marginalize populations.