Register today for the Culture of Savings Luncheon

“Beyond Trickle Down: How Inclusive Community Development Strategies can Engage and Benefit Low-income Residents”

We are delighted to have an outstanding panel for our program who will discuss how communities find the right combination of strategies, policies, and investment to grow local economies and build prosperity for all.

Our panel will discuss existing community development challenges and ways to generate prosperity for low-income residents. The focus of our discussion in on ways that community develop can catalyze the parallel goals of poverty reduction, asset development, and economic growth.

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Jeanne Milliken Bonds, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Christopher Chung, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina
Brian Dabson, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, School of Government
Tracey Greene-Washington, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Patrick Woodie, North Carolina Rural Center

Thanks to our sponsors, the event is free. Space is limited, and we would like an accurate lunch count, so RSVP today.