Schedule Speaker Bios SPONSORS Main Menu Schedule Speaker Bios Sponsors JUST ECONOMY REGIONAL MOUNTAIN WEST summit REGISTER September 26-27 • Denver, Colorado JUST ECONOMY REGIONAL MOUNTAIN WEST summit REGISTER September 26-27 • Denver, Colorado Get A Fresh Perspective The summit will bring together housing and community development leaders; faith-based organizations and fair lending advocates; financial […]
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The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) will host a regional summit in Denver September 26 – 27, 2023. The summit will bring together housing and community development leaders; faith-based organizations and fair lending advocates; financial institutions and environmental justice groups; as well as small business entrepreneurs, tribal leaders, public officials and academics to discuss and
NCRC’s National Training Academy is offering scholarships to new housing counselors for our “Welcoming the Next Generation of Housing Counselors” symposium in May.
Next Generation of Community Development Leaders: Join NCRC for the Emerging Leaders Reception at the 2023 Just Economy Conference
NCRC’s Emerging Leaders Reception is a networking event for young professionals from across the country pursuing a career in the community development field.
Fireside chat with Mayor Randall Woodfin and NCRC Board Chair, Catherine Crosby at The 2022 Just Economy Conference
Mayor Randall Woodfin and NCRC Board Chair, Catherine Crosby discuss neighborhood revitalization and developing programs that reduce homeownership and affordable housing barriers in their communities. Moderator: Ed Gorman, Chief Community Development Officer, NCRC Speakers: Catherine Crosby, Board Chair, NCRC, Mayor Randall Woodfin, Mayor of Birmingham Transcript: NCRC video transcripts are produced by a third-party transcription service
Over the last 50 years, there has been little bridging of the Black/White homeownership divide. During this time of higher interest rates and a higher cost of housing, what can be done to significantly advance Black homeownership and access to affordable housing? We heard from a panel of experts on the type of radical changes needed and practical ways to move us in that direction.
This panel discussed the ways in which the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law ushers forward an era of promise for advancing equity through infrastructure programs to reconnect communities divided by transportation infrastructure, ensure clean drinking water and create employment pipelines to further economic prosperity in historically marginalized communities of color.
Video: M&T Bank, NCRC Members Discuss Community Benefits Agreement Process At 2022 Just Economy Conference
Bank executive Mike Keegan reflects on the importance of community benefits agreements.
Just Economy Conference 2022 attendees heard from bank executives and NCRC members on the process that goes into striking community benefits agreements.
In this session, we addressed the need to go back to the civil rights roots of CDFIs to address the persistent racial wealth gap.
Nearly 200 members from 36 state delegations, including DC, took our Just Economy message to Capitol Hill for more than 120 virtual meetings with Members of Congress, two of the three federal CRA regulators, and the CFPB. Leading up to Advocacy Week, NCRC had dozens of meetings with state leads and their delegations, two Advocacy Week prep calls with participants,
NCRC Just Economy Conference 2022 — Recorded June 13, 2022 NCRC Racial Economic Equity Director Joshua Devine, JPMorgan Chase’s Daniel Okonkwo and Citi Bank’s Ariel Meyerstein discussed recent efforts to improve, expand and better target corporate philanthropic investments to communities of color and ensure that ground-level resources are being routed through organizations led by people of color.
Moderator: Catherine “Katy” Crosby , NCRC Chairperson Speakers: Isabel Guzman Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Transcript: NCRC video transcripts are produced by a third-party transcription service and may contain errors. They are lightly edited for style and clarity. Crosby 00:00 We do have some good news. What we’re going to hear instead from
NCRC Founder John Taylor announced his retirement on August 1, 2021. John’s legacy is synonymous with a strong dedication to advancing financial inclusion and investments in communities across the nation.
The scale of our nation’s inventory crisis demands much more aggressive thinking about sustainable homeownership development.