Communications Consortium Media Center
The Communications Consortium Media Center was founded in 1988 and "is a public interest media center dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations use media and new technologies as tools for policy change." 
In 2000 they received $400,000 from the Ford Foundation "For strategic communications on voting rights and redistricting and for research on the coverage of racial justice in news and entertainment media." They also obtained a further $250,000 "For a communications strategy for the Beijing Plus Five conference." 
- Ken Nochimson (Chair) - President, Advise and Consent, Inc.
- Kathleen L. Bonk (President) - Executive Director, Communications Consortium Media Center
- Raydean M. Acevedo (Secretary) - President and Founder, Research Management Consultants, Inc.
- Marlene Johnson (Treasurer) - Executive Director and CEO, NAFSA: Association of International Educators
- Richard W. Boone - Director, Project for Participatory Democracy
- Albert Kramer - Partner, Dickstein, Shapiro, Morin & Oshinsky
- Mal Johnson - President, Medialinx International
- Diana Meehan - Co-Founder, Archer School for Girls
- Wouter Meijer - Vice Chairman, World Population Foundation
- Juan Sepulveda - President, The Common Enterprise
- Frank Smith - Political Consultant and Attorney at Law
- Web: http://www.ccmc.org