May 27, 2020; 11:15 am-12:00 pm EDT
This is a virtual event.
Per the Federal Bank of New York:
The event is the second installment of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Fed and Main Street series, which convenes business, community development, nonprofit, and policy leaders to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 crisis and efforts to support the recovery. The latest event will examine the challenges facing small businesses, including hurdles in accessing relief and assistance programs. The conversation will also spotlight the disparate impact of these challenges on entrepreneurs and communities of color, as well as the role that non-traditional lenders and policymakers can play in broadening access to capital.
The event will feature a panel discussion, moderated by Claire Kramer Mills, Ph.D., Associate Vice President and Director, Community Development Analysis, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
- Richelieu Dennis, Founder and Chair, Essence Ventures
- Monika Mantilla, CEO, Altura Capital
- Luz Urrutia, CEO, Opportunity Fund
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