Strengthen Local Economies
Program Director, Strong Local Economies, Surdna Foundation
Director of Urban Development & Leadership, NLC
Equitable Economic Development Program Manager, NLC
Senior Director, PolicyLink
Principal Project Coordinator Manager of Participation Loan Programs, City of Minneapolis
Policy Analyst at Mayor's Office of Economic Development, City of Boston
Economic Development Director City of Charlotte
SEPTEMBER 14 | WEBINAR
Key Findings from the Equitable Economic Development Fellowship
Launching economic development programs that build civic engagement, opportunity and ownership in underserved communities is a critical aspect of achieving a stronger economy. Learn how strategic equitable economic development approaches can improve the overall economy in your district.
Learn more about the EED Fellowship Year One Cities.
The EED program gathers leaders from cities across America, for leadership development, technical assistance, and peer learning to create equitable and inclusive economic development policies and programs for lower income communities.
Start planning equitable economic development policies and programs.
Get professional insight from city planning experts and discover how to enforce new practices that will build stronger local economies.
Get best practices from city leaders.
Hear insights from your peers implementing new business development and workforce strategies to foster equitable growth.
- Access Funding: City of Minneapolis
- Workforce Development: City of Charlotte
- Wealth-Building with Worker Cooperatives: City of Boston