Association/Club/Group - History/Heritage - Nonprofit
530 First Street, Macon, Georgia 31201
Diversity Assets is a privately held firm focused on community transformation and social justice initiatives. Shaped by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s prophetic notion, we believe “the arc of time bends toward justice.” Diversity Assets is pursuing a more just world & the building of the beloved community. Through our suite of original ventures, community engagement, client driven resources, a sustainable approach to collaborative community progress is pursued.
Diversity Assets Initiatives include:
Curriculum design & publishing
Conference / forums
Non-profit incubator [in development]
Just Travel TM
The King Season TM
Essential Education TM
City center public space [in development]
Access Art TM
Client driven resources:
Value added training
Turn-key conferences / forums
Grant support / implementation
Functioning with expertise, leadership, and access.
Founding president / C.E.O. Cameron Pennybacker brings more than 21 years experience in transformative community initiatives. Coupled with an exceptional cadre of local, national, and international partners, Diversity Assets carries both a global reach and a local perspective in the education, healthcare, financial, housing, and government sectors while positively impacting the arts, faith, non-profit, and philanthropic communities. Through Diversity Assets Initiatives, we are living into our core belief that so many of our differences are not to be ignored as liabilities, but respected as assets. Consequently, our communities are stronger when we claim our variety and work collaboratively to overcome historic divisions.
Headquartered in Atlanta | Macon, Georgia
Diversity Assets continues to make a particularly strong local investment. Our middle Georgia initiatives reflect Diversity Assets’ continuing commitment to the communities in which we live. Within walking distance to business, government, nonprofit, religious, and arts centers, our downtown Macon offices (opening Nov. 13, 2012) reflect our persistent commitment to city center progress.