Leslie Boney, Director of the Institute for Emerging Issues, and Jeanne Milliken Bonds, Regional Community Development Team Leader at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, discuss early childhood education in North Carolina in an op-ed published in The Winston-Salem Journal.
Private and nonprofit developers, builders, financial institutions, local officials and housing organizations came together with the Richmond Fed, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Midlands Housing Trust Fund to discuss affordable housing.
The University of Virginia hosted a second learning conference on Pay for Success and Social Impact Finance in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond to create awareness about the PFS finance model and its potential application to addressing community issues.
The Emerging Issues Institute at North Carolina State University welcomed 400 attendees to the University’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh, North Carolina, with a one-day focus forum.
At the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Maryland Financial Literacy Summit, organizations from both the public and private sector came together to improve access to financial education.
The North Carolina Assets Alliance, the Community Development department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and Goodwill Industries in Winston-Salem presented breakout sessions on credit counseling, financial coaching, children’s savings accounts, wealth gaps and innovative economic tools.
The innovative program “Learning from History: What the Community Development Past Can Tell Us About the Present” was presented by the Richmond Fed and the South Carolina Association of Community Economic Development (SCACED) in Irmo, SC.
Report on the Triangle Regional Housing Summit