The Conference curriculum included plenary discussions on the federal election, racial justice, and attracting private capital; interviews with Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan and Twitter CFO Ned Segal; and keynote addresses from National Urban League CEO Marc Morial and Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President and CEO Raphael Bostic.
The Conference also included 40 breakout sessions across 7 tracks: Capitalization and Fundraising, CDFI Sustainability, Financing, Native CDFIs, Public Policy, Racial Equity, and Resilience and Climate; 16 facilitated networking sessions by region and staff position, and 3 interactive discussions hosted by the CDFI Women’s Network, the Climate Crisis Working Group, and the CDFI Fund.
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