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Tuesday, March 12 • 9:30am - 11:00am
CDFIs and CRA: Refreshing the Roots of Our Movement to Democratize Capital.

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Let’s go back to the formative years of the CRA movement. From the days of Gale Cincotta to the Bill Clinton’s network of “ 100 community and community development banks and 1,000 microenterprise programs." Is this indeed a movement? Do CDFIs and CRA genuinely empower minority and lower-income communities, or have they become an “industry” over time? To move a #JustEconomy forward, we need to deepen our understanding of the historic role both the Community Reinvestment Act and Community Development Financial Institutions’s have played in democratizing capital around the country.

Moderators
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Hubert Van Tol

Senior Director, Economic Development, PathStone
Hubert Van Tol is the senior director for economic development at PathStone Corporation, based in Rochester, New York. He is also the president of the PathStone Enterprise Center, PathStone’s CDFI affiliate. Hubert has worked for PathStone since 2005 and became president of the... Read More →

Speakers
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Ed Sivak

Executive Vice President of Policy and Communications, Hope Enterprise
Ed Sivak is the executive vice president of Policy and Communications for Hope Enterprise Corporation/Hope Credit Union (HOPE). In his capacity as EVP, Ed manages the strategic direction and implementation of HOPE’s public policy activity and all internal and external communication... Read More →
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Marla Bilonick

CEO, Latino Economic Development Center-LEDC
Marla Bilonick was named LEDC’s CEO in 2014. As CEO, she leads Latino Economic Development Center's (LEDC's) regional efforts to drive the economic and social advancement of low- to moderate-income Latinos and other D.C. and Baltimore area residents by equipping them with the skills... Read More →
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Mary Fran Riley

Sr. V. P. External Affairs, Accion Chicago


Tuesday March 12, 2019 9:30am - 11:00am EDT
Kalorama