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Community banks, Credit Unions and CDFIs: Panel and Mixer – Investing in our Local Economy

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Community banks, Credit Unions and CDFIs: Panel and Mixer – Investing in our Local Economy

Time: March 18, 2014 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Bainbridge Graduate Institute / HUB
Street: 220 2nd Ave S
City/Town: Seattle, WA 98104
Website or Map: https://maps.google.com/maps?…
Event Type: panel
Organized By: Seattle Good Business Network (BALLE)
Latest Activity: Mar 13, 2014

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Event Description

Sustainable NE Seattle (and our Local Economy / Local Currency & Investing Network) is a Community Partner of Community Capital: Seattle.

 

Community Capital: Seattle is digging into the role community banks, credit unions, and CDFIs play in strengthening our local economy.  Great conversation, great food, and artisanal cider will be on tap!  Happy hour featuring delectable noshes from Central Co-op, sparkling wine from Treveri Cellars, and cider from Finnriver Farm & Cidery.  Powerhouse panel and happy hour networking included in ticket.

 

The panel will be moderated by Jennifer Crandall (Loan Manager at Washington CASH), our powerhouse panel includes Alan Crain (CFO and Executive Vice President, Kitsap Bank), Deborah Wege (Community Affairs Giving Manager and Executive Director, BECU Foundation), and Arnie Gunderson (Executive Vice President, Craft3).

 

As a Community Partner, Sustainable NE Seattle’s members receive a discount code for 15% off – contact John (suejohnsusne@earthlink.net) for the code at least 24 hours ahead of an event.


Tuesday, March 18, 5:30-8:30
Bainbridge Graduate Institute
220 2nd Ave. S. in Pioneer Square (map)
Tickets are $20 for the general public. SGBN members, contact Jessica -- jessica@seattlenetwork.org for discount code). Not a SGBN member? You can sign up today!

Community Capital: Seattle is an event series designed to educate, connect, and spark dialogue around the emerging field of community capital. Featuring successful, tested models from here and around the country, we'll focus on a different business or investment model each month to explore how it can be used to channel money into our local economy and build a thriving community.

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