Dr. Eddie Glaude will challenge and inspire us to examine the unique moment in which we are living – with the confluence of the heightened focus on racial justice, resiliency, and the new workplace as we struggle to emerge from the pandemic that is challenging us to reimagine our work in affordable housing and community development.
Following his presentation, Eileen Fitzgerald, Wells Fargo Foundation, will moderate Dr. Glaude’s discussion with Lori Chatman, Enterprise Community Loan Fund and Lucy Arellano Baglieri, Low Income Investment Fund, exploring what they are doing as major community developers to rebalance our work and build more equitable, inclusive, and resilient systems to reinvigorate our communities
- Dr. Eddie Glaude, New York Times Bestselling Author & Chair of Princeton’s Department of African American Studies
- Lucy Arellano Baglieri, Chief Strategy Officer & Senior Vice President, Low Income Investment Fund
- Lori Chatman, President, Enterprise Community Loan Fund
- Eileen Fitzgerald, Head of Housing Affordability Philanthropy, Wells Fargo (Moderator)
Learning Objectives: Discuss how community developers are changing workforce and operating practices to advance racial equity.
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization