Community Investment Council

 
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The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond established the Community Investment Council in 2011. The primary purpose of CIC is to inform the Bank about emerging issues and trends in communities across the Fifth District, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods and communities. Members of CIC represent unique perspectives on community investment and local economic growth from across the District. They are leaders from both rural and urban communities who understand the challenges to and opportunities for local economic growth, especially with respect to community investment mechanisms and policies.

Members:

Tammy Besherse
Attorney
South Carolina Appleseed Legal Justice System
Columbia, South Carolina

MaryAnn Black
Associate Vice President for Community and Local Relations
Duke University Health System
Durham, North Carolina

Tamea L. Franco
President & CEO
Global Metal Finishing, Inc.
Roanoke, Virginia

Earl Gohl
Federal Co-Chair
Appalachian Regional Commission
Washington, D.C.

Deborah Hooper
Chief Operating Officer
Greensboro Partnership
Greensboro, North Carolina

Mary Hunt, Chair
Senior Program Officer
The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Jody Keenan 
State Director
Virginia Small Business Development Center 
Fairfax, Virginia

John Maneval
Deputy Director, Multifamily Housing and Business Lending
Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development
Lanham, Maryland

Charles Martin
Administrative Vice President, Regional Community Reinvestment Officer
M&T Bank
Baltimore, Maryland

Deborah McKetty
Executive Director
CommunityWorks Carolina
Greenville, South Carolina

Paul Phillips
President & CEO
Freedom First Federal Credit Union
Roanoke, Virginia

Kent Spellman
Executive Director
The West Virginia Community Development Hub
Stonewood, West Virginia

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Richmond

Farleigh Fitzgerald
(804) 697-8452