NCCED

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NCCEDNational Congress for Community Economic Development
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Initially, NCCED will fund ten pilot programs in 13 communities--Atlanta, Boston, California (Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego), Chicago, Cleveland, North Carolina, St.
Our partnership with the NCCED will help create a better and more diverse talent pool for both the community development industry and for GE Capital," said Mark Goldhaber, vice president of affordable housing at GE Capital Mortgage Insurance.
NCCED services the community development industry through public policy research and education, special projects, newsletters, publications, training, conferences, and specialized technical assistance.
NCCED recently launched its online Corporate Registry to help facilitate these types of connections.
Another great way to get connected to the NCCED membership base is through our annual convention.
The recruitment and training was done in cooperation with the Greater Kansas City CDC, directed by longtime former NCCED board member Don Maxwell.
Alvertha Penny, acting president of NCCED, presented the Grigsby Award.
NCCED encourages the social and economic revitalization of low- income areas by: disseminating nonpartisan information covering all aspects of community economic development, sponsoring national forums for discussion between private and public sector industry professionals, and offering technical and public policy assistance.
Founded in 1970, NCCED encourages and supports member efforts through advocacy, research and special projects, publications, training, fundraising and technical assistance.
For more information regarding NCCED please contact Kim Honor, Acting President, (202) 234-5009, FAX 234-4510.
IFA and NCCED are working hard to bring these opportunities to our respective memberships.
NCCED looks forward to hosting an IFA trade delegation in Pittsburgh on October 20 held in conjunction with our annual meeting.