Grace Tate is the Vice President of Community Initiatives and Human Resources for the Buffalo Urban League (BUL). In her position with the Buffalo Urban League, Tate directs the Housing and Youth Build programs, as well as BUL’s Minority and Women’s Revolving Loan Trust Fund. Tate is a founding member of the Community Health Worker Network of Buffalo (CHWNB), and serves as a trainer for the Core Competencies and Stakeholder training. She is Vice President of the CHWNB’s Board of Directors. She also serves on the boards of the Black Leadership Commission on AIDS of Buffalo, Community Advisory Steering Committee for Roswell Park Cancer Institute, and the American Diabetes Association. Tate is the President and Board Chair of the First Shiloh Housing Corporation. As a volunteer, Tate has previously served for many years as Buffalo Urban League Guild President and a member of the Board of Directors, and on the board of St. Mary’s School for the Deaf.