Inclusiv/Insights Quarterly Trends Call – Special Edition

Inclusiv/Insights Quarterly Trends Call - Special Edition

Join us September 29th to learn about the impact of ECIP

Last week, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced a landmark $8.28 billion in investments in Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) and Minority Depository Institutions (MDI) through the Emergency Capital Investment Program (ECIP). ECIP recipients, particularly CDFI and MDI credit unions, play key roles as financial first responders. Their well-documented ability to extend capital to people and communities excluded by the mainstream financial system will ensure ECIP funds reach and help spur needed economic activity in low-income communities and communities of color across the country.

Join us Thursday, September 29 at 10:30am ET for a special Inclusiv/Capital for Inclusiv/Insights as we review the quarterly financial trends for CDFI and MDI credit unions. We will discuss the impact of ECIP and hear from Community Development Credit Union leaders on how they are advancing and equitable economic recovery.

This call ideal for potential investors, lenders, and industry leaders interested in taking a deep dive into the financial and performance data trends of CDFI and MDI credit unions in advancing ESG and integrating impact into their portfolios.

Please send your questions to Cathi Kim at before 5:00 PM ET, September 28, 2022.

Register in advance for this webinar:

Featured Guest Panelists

Mary Bruce Alford, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations, HOPE Credit Union

Mary Bruce is responsible for managing relationships with investors and developing a diverse investor base, including corporate, foundation, government and socially responsible investors. Prior to joining HOPE, Mary Bruce spent ten years working for The Trust for Public Land – a national non-profit that creates parks for people – as a Senior Research Associate and Southeast Field Manager. In this capacity, she worked with state and local governments and non-profit partners to create public funding for land conservation. Mary Bruce serves as Vice President of the Cloud Forest School Foundation, holds a master’s in public policy and administration from Mississippi State University and a B.A. in Environmental Policy from Sewanee: The University of the South.



Amanda Frazier Wong, Director of Capital Development, Self-Help

Amanda serves as Director of Capital Development for Self-Help. Self-Help is one of the nation’s largest and oldest nonprofit community development financial institutions. Amanda leads and manages debt and equity fundraising to support Self-Help’s programs and growth across all affiliates. She joined the Self-Help team in 2007 and previously led compliance and investments for Self-Help’s $328 million in new markets tax credit (NMTC) allocations. Prior to joining Self-Help, Amanda worked as a research and policy analyst at the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, a project manager at the New Jersey Public Policy Research Institute and as a special projects consultant at Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. She holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Rollins College and a master’s degree in city and regional planning from the Bloustein School at Rutgers University.

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