NCRC and Equivico, which was seeded by NCRC, worked in the last three years on a mission to reduce the barriers to funding for BIPOC- and woman-owned small businesses by using a range of investment, lending and philanthropic solutions.
With more than 750 local, state and regional nonprofits, educational and faith-based institutions and government entities making up the National Community Reinvestment Coalitions (NCRC)’s membership, it can be hard for new members to feel instantly connected.
NCRC’s National Training Academy is offering scholarships to new housing counselors for our “Welcoming the Next Generation of Housing Counselors” symposium in May.
National Training Academy NCRC’s National Training Academy is looking to expand our team of training professionals. We’re currently looking for instructors who are experienced in leading in-person and virtual learning sessions on housing counseling, small business development, fair lending and the Community Reinvestment Act. ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND The National Community Reinvestment Coalition and its grassroots member
www.shopherwbc.org Fox 5 DC visited ShopHER this week to showcase the local, women-owned small businesses and their fantastic products from DC and around the world. Visit ShopHER on the second floor of Union Station to purchase unique Holiday Gifts!
Crowdfunding is an option for entrepreneurs seeking seed money to start a new business, funds to support business expansion or to help their business recover from the pandemic.
Compliance and Regulatory Counsel email@example.com 202-792-1282 Natasha Sim is Compliance and Regulatory Counsel at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC). Since joining NCRC in late 2020, Natasha has led the implementation of a multi-million-dollar lending program and managed the development of an affordable housing initiative aiming to produce 20 million homes by 2030. Natasha has
National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) Senior Policy Advisor Adam Rust has been elected to serve on the US Faster Payments Council’s Board of Directors. Rust will serve a term through 2022.
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) has added its first Director of Entrepreneurship.
Here’s something new from NCRC to encourage hope, creativity and a Just Economy.
Change is stressful even when it isn’t forced by a terrifying global pandemic. But that’s what we face. We’re all in the middle of a huge and unplanned pivot, simultaneously managing a deadly disease and a worldwide financial collapse. Both are unlike any before. At NCRC, along with changing how we work – at home,
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) has hired Min. David Street as director of membership and organizing.
Market Watch, May 23, 2019: Four years, $13 million and dozens of hands: how ‘affordable housing’ gets made in America The story of the tenants of 410 Cedar St. isn’t just the story of one Washington, D.C., building; it’s the story of how America creates “affordable housing” — and why it’s so incredibly hard. Washington,
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition has hired Sabrina Terry at the new director of Strategic Partnerships and Initiatives.
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) has hired Dedrick Asante-Muhammad as Chief of Equity and Inclusion.