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Join the Boston Federal Reserve Bank for the launch of a new initiative supporting inclusive local economies!

Join Us for the launch of a new initiative supporting inclusive local economies!


The Working Places team at the Boston Fed is launching a new initiative to help to advance inclusive economic growth efforts in smaller cities and rural places in New England.


We’ll do this by helping local leaders driving collaborative, community driven approaches to economic development leverage learning, networks and capital and align those resources with historic levels of public investment.


Come learn about this new work and ways to connect.


Here are the key details:


WHEN: We are offering this session multiple times. Please register for a time that is convenient for your schedule.

  1. Session #1 May 18th at 1:00pm ET


  1. Session #2 May  24th at 1:00pm ET


  1. Session #3 May 25th at 1:00pm ET

WHERE: Virtual (Zoom). Just click on the date of your choice. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  anyone working to build a more inclusive local economy, whether you're doing it from the standpoint of a nonprofit, community or economic development agency, funding partner, municipality, or community leader.

Hope to see you soon. Questions?

Contact Pierre Joseph (see below).

Pierre Joseph | Inclusive Economies Manager, Working Places | Pronouns: He/him Regional & Community Outreach | 617.834.7383 | 600 Atlantic Ave., Boston, MA. 02210

Working Places supports leaders making local economies more equitable and inclusive. Learn more>

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