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  • Amir Kirkwood joins OFN as chief lending and investment officer

    OFN is excited to announce Amir Kirkwood will join us as Chief Lending and Investment Officer starting February 1, 2019. In this newly created position, Amir will be responsible for the strategy, development, implementation, and risk management of OFN’s ... more
  • Annie Donovan Steps Down as Director of the CDFI Fund

    Annie Donovan announced she is stepping down from her role as Director of the CDFI Fund effective January 4, 2019. She will be succeeded by Jodie Harris who served as Director of the office of Small Business, Community Development. Read her full announcement here. more
  • Call for CDFI Women's Network Volunteers

    The CDFI Women's Network is seeking volunteers to serve on its Programming, Local Chapters, Communications, and Technology Committees. We invite you to take advantage of this great leadership opportunity to meet the brilliant women of the CDFI industry, ... more

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  • The Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED) is a 43-year-old multi-strategy economic development organization that seeks to transition Eastern Kentucky’s economy into a just and sustainable post-coal future. We work with people and places in Central Appalachia and Kentucky to build a strong and diverse economy, increased family well-being, healthy and protected land, air and water, and an effective and accountable democracy.
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    The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) is a leading, not-for-profit economic development corporation that’s “Putting Dreams to Work.” Our focus is to positively impact the lives of women, people of color and low income individuals by providing quality business education, business loans and access to fair & responsible capital, one-on-one business coaching, and personal money management education and tools. Since 1987, WWBIC has lent more than $60 million in micro/small business loans and helped launch or expand 6,200 businesses.
  • Loan Officer

    The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC) is a leading, not-for-profit economic development corporation that’s “Putting Dreams to Work.” Our focus is to positively impact the lives of women, people of color and low income individuals by providing quality business education, business loans and access to fair & responsible capital, one-on-one business coaching, and personal money management education and tools. Since 1987, WWBIC has lent more than $60 million in micro/small business loans and helped launch or expand 6,200 businesses.

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