Essays on People, Place & Purpose

Investing in What Works for America's Communities

[Video]: Investing in What Works Capstone Event

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Last month, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Low Income Investment Fund marked the milestone 50,000th printed copy of Investing in What Works for America’s Communities with a capstone event in San Francisco.

Watch videos from the event to hear What Works editors and contributors reflect on the book’s themes, and practitioners discuss the ideas from the book that influenced their own work.

Watch the full event.

Welcome and Overview
David Erickson, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

 

Reflections on the “What Works” Book Project
Nancy Andrews, Low Income Investment Fund
Brandee McHale, Citi Foundation

 

What’s Working for America’s Communities?
Luke Tate, White House Domestic Policy Council
Carol Naughton, Purpose Built Communities
Calvin Holmes, Chicago Community Loan Fund
Helmi Hisserich, Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Dept.
Ian Galloway, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (moderator)

 

Keynote
Eric Belsky, Director of Consumer and Community Affairs, Federal Reserve Board

 

What’s Next?
Nancy Andrews, Low Income Investment Fund
David Erickson, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

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Investing in What Works for America’s Communities is a joint project of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Low Income Investment Fund.

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The views expressed in this book and on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the Federal Reserve System, or the Low Income Investment Fund.

Tell Us What Works

The ideas in Investing in What Works for America’s Communities are just a start. We want to hear about what’s working in your community. Tell us about innovative ideas for addressing poverty and share examples of people and places that inspire you. We want to share these ideas and spark conversation about how to create opportunity and prosperity for all Americans. Tell Us What Works

Funding for this project was generously provided to the Low Income Investment Fund by the Citi Foundation.