The virtual 2020 OFN Conference, held one week after the 2020 presidential election, attracted 2,500 CDFI practitioners, partners, and other advocates. Our theme—Finance Justice—focused on the many ways CDFIs combat economic inequality by matching capital to communities in deep need. Plenary topics included the federal election, racial justice, private capital, and more. Expert training included 40 breakout sessions across seven tracks. Relive this extraordinary event by exploring the recordings assembled here. All recordings are available free of charge; a quick, free registration will be required for new users in order to view the breakout sessions. Learn more about the event.

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We invite you to explore the Conference curriculum, including 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 three interactive discussions hosted by the CDFI Women’s Network, the Climate Crisis Working Group, and the CDFI Fund.
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