The 2020 National Virtual Black and Latino Economic Summit is coming your way this fall – Dec 9th-10th
The Summit will feature educational sessions, special events, and networking opportunities on topics related to the current socio-economic conditions of Black & Latino communities.
Highlight events include Keynotes by prominent political figures, inspired by the late Honorable John R. Lewis to make “Good Trouble”. We will also feature a panel of recognized community development thought leaders to explore the current state of Black and Latino economics and discuss real world solutions that are having an impact across America.
Additionally, don’t miss other highlight events, such as the Access to Capital Roundtable, Banking Reps Platform and the Plain Talk Update on the CRA and other important legislation.
Networking will be an important part of the virtual summit. Interactive discussion sessions and activities will allow you to make new professional connections and connect with old friends. We are also planning fun networking events to cap off the day of enlightening sessions.
Please click the link to sign up for more Summit information as it is available.
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