WWBIC was featured in the Journal Sentinel for its work helping minority- and women-owned microbusinesses "get a leg up" before and after launching with their curriculum of entrepreneurial training. WWBIC currently has 700 active loans in its $18 million loan portfolio.
“A county in Mississippi with a 28 percent poverty rate is about to boast the state’s first and only year-round, fully accessible camp for disabled children and adults. A rural county in South Carolina will soon have a dedicated high school to prepare students for health careers.
Deutsche Bank has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for their Native Community Capital Access Program. The program will make available up to $2.5 million to spur community development, entrepreneurship, and financial well-being within Native communities.
Washington, DC (July 11, 2018)—Today NeighborWorks America announced that Marietta Rodriguez was named the new president and CEO.
“The entire team at MCEFCU has been working hard to achieve this designation over the past few months,” Jim Norris, CEO of Montgomery County Employees Federal Credit Union in a statement announcing th