About GSDA:
Driving Diversity, Driving Inclusion

Pioneering Inclusive Economic Growth

At the Global Supplier Diversity Alliance (GSDA), we believe in the power of diversity to drive economic growth. Our alliance is a testament to the collective strength of visionary leaders and organisations committed to making supplier diversity the norm, not the exception.


We delve into the fabric of local markets, weaving global perspectives with regional expertise to uplift minority and indigenous businesses.

By tapping into the untapped, we unlock new value chains and foster innovation that resonates across borders.

Our Impact

Our work is grounded in the pursuit of equity, the celebration of diversity, and the measurable impact of our member councils.

From setting up comprehensive research initiatives to developing localised supplier diversity frameworks, every step we take is a stride towards a more inclusive global marketplace.

Our Commitment

We’re more than an alliance; we’re a movement. GSDA stands at the forefront of change, championing the business case for diversity and inclusion in supply chains worldwide.

Join us as we shape a future where every business has the opportunity to thrive.

“By empowering every link in the supply chain, GSDA turns diversity into economic opportunity and innovation into market leadership”

GSDA Founding Members


The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) facilitates the growth of Aboriginal and minority owned businesses, by connecting them to procurement opportunities with companies and governments committed to a diverse and inclusive supply chain. Founded in 2004, CAMSC is a not-for-profit organization that certifies and prepares diverse suppliers to successfully engage and respond to corporate and government buyers. At the same time, we help large organizations develop and enhance their inclusive procurement processes, and connect them to certified suppliers.

Cassandra Dorrington
President & CEO CAMSC

About MSD China

We are a non-profit organization recognized by the Chinese government in developing a community of diversity in China.

We are a locally-based organization dedicating to support supplier diversity development in China.

Founded in 2008, we are currently with over three thousands of registered/certified diverse businesses.

Rae Ni
Founder & President


Established in 2006, MSDUK brings together innovative and
high-growth Ethnic Minority Businesses with global and British companies committed to creating an inclusive and diverse supply chain.

Mayank Shah
Founder and CEO


Through global best practice supplier diversity implementation, the South African Supplier Diversity Council (SASDC) helps corporations operating in South Africa sustainably integrate under-represented black-owned, managed and controlled suppliers into their supply chains - thereby directly improving their corporate brand and image, while increasing market share, competitiveness and compliance, and indirectly growing black businesses, employment and our economy.

Gary Joseph
Chief Executive Officer

About Supply Nation

Supply Nation is the Australian leader in supplier diversity. Established in 2009, Supply Nation works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses along with procurement teams from government and corporate organisations to help shape today’s rapidly evolving Indigenous business sector.

Kate Russell
Chief Executive Officer
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