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Diversity Equity Inclusion

The Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce is committed to promoting our community through partnering with our local organizations to celebrate our diversity.  As a member of the Marin Council of Chambers DEI Task Force we welcome the opportunity to serve our local businesses and residents.

MCOC DEI Task Force Vision & Commitment

The Marin Council of Chambers Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Task Force believes all people in Marin must have the same economic opportunities in our community regardless of age, appearance, disability, ethnicity, gender (identity or expression), geographic location, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.

We invite all Marin County employers to join us in our pledge of responsibility and accountability. As Chambers of Commerce in Marin, we will spearhead the development of a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategy for our business chambers as well as connect and support action and education in the greater business community. We also demand fair treatment, provide resources and opportunity for the advancement of all.

united against hate

The Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce through our partnership with WE ARE ONE MARIN is pleased to showcase our Tiburon BIPOC owned businesses.  

WHAT IS WE ARE ONE MARIN? It is a campaign spearheaded by the Marin Council of Chambers that promotes a different minority owned business owner each week in Marin County — at no cost to the participants. The recognition comes in the form of an advertisement in which your picture is taken by one of our partners, Desire to Inspire Photography.


Mission & Purpose

The Diversity Inclusion Task Force was established as a standing committee of the Town Council on October 7, 2020. The task force is charged to:

  • Provide advice to the Town Council, Town Manager, and Police Chief regarding issues of diversity and inclusion involving the Police force.
  • Provide advice to the Town Council regarding ways to improve diversity and inclusion generally in the Town of Tiburon.
    The Task Force has outlined their work priorities as the following:
  • Police Department and Policing Analysis, including bias-free policing and reports from the Police Department
  • Community Engagement and Education, including cultural events
  • Staffing Policies and Practices Analysis, including hiring, talent development, and promotion as it relates to diversity and inclusion and an exploration of workforce housing.


Because They Believed” is a 101- minute documentary containing interviews of athletic trailblazers that were the first to break through racial barriers to participate in professional sports. These are stories of forgotten male & female athletes who's perseverance and dedication changed the world of sports forever. They boldly integrated and participated in sports that were, at that time, segregated. These stories are told to inspire people of all ages, races and genders. In this documentary, we memorialize the stories of these athletes who broke barriers and opened the doors for the professional athletes of color today.

Interviewees in Order of Appearance:
Dr. John Carlos (Track & Field), Tom Flores (Football), Dusty Baker (Baseball), R.C. Owens (Football), Billy Mills (Track & Field), Raymond Chester (Football), Dr. Herbert Carnegie (Hockey), Rosie Bonds (Track & Field), Dr. Tae Yun Kim (Martial Arts), Mal Whitfield (Track & Field), Bill Wright (Golf), Leland Faust (Water Polo),Leigh Steinberg (Sports Agent), Yoshihiro Uchida (Judo), Urla Hill (Historian and Curator), Dr. Tommie Smith (Track & Field), Don Johnson (Tennis) and Dr. Harry Edwards (Sociologist).

LINK to documentary HERE

* The Tiburon Peninsula Chamber of Commerce receives no proceeds from sales of this documentary. We are pleased to offer it as suggested viewing only.