Advancing Communities Podcast

Advancing Communities Podcast: Prosperity Now CEO – Closing the Racial Wealth Divide

Black History Month may be over but Cinnaire’s focus on honoring Black History and fostering social equity continues. Throughout 2021 we will continue to highlight the importance of investing in Black communities and the work that still needs to be done to move our industry and our nation toward racial equity. Since our nation’s founding, […]

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Advancing Communities Podcast: Protecting Affordable Rental Properties from Abusive Practices

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In this episode of Cinnaire’s Advancing Communities Podcast, Cinnaire’s Chief Strategy Officer Jim Peffley is joined by NASLEF’s Bobby Rozen, a longtime advocate for affordable housing in Washington who was involved in the crafting of the original Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in 1986 and has been closely involved with the evolution of the program over

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Advancing Communities Podcast: COVID & Affordable Housing Management – 2020 Lessons Learned & Outlook for 2021

COVID-19 posed many challenges for affordable housing owners, managers, and tenants in 2020. In this Advancing Communities Podcast, Cinnaire CSO Jim Peffley checks in with Paul Spencer, President & CEO, KMG Prestige and Dana Hanchin, President & CEO, HDC MidAtlantic, two organizations actively engaged in the management of affordable rental properties in a number of states.

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Advancing Communities Podcast – Partners for Rural Transformation: Eliminating Persistent Poverty, Advancing Prosperity and Economic Justice

Cinnaire’s Advancing Communities Podcast brings together our Chief Strategy Officer Jim Peffley with thought leaders, guests, policy makers and others who are making an impact in the community development and affordable housing industries across the country. Our guests share their experiences and perspective on a range of topics, each supporting the belief that all people deserve the

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COVID-19 Special Series Podcast: Addressing the Challenges Facing Affordable Housing Developers, Managers & Lenders

In this COVID-19 Special Series episode of Advancing Communities Podcast, Cinnaire CSO Jim Peffley talks with Steve Spears, CFO of Mercy Housing, a national nonprofit developer, manager, and lender of affordable housing properties. Jim and Steve discuss the challenges diverse organizations like Mercy Housing face and how they are navigating through the COVID-19 crisis. This timely

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COVID-19 Special Series Podcast: Affordable Housing Managers Address the Serious Challenges the Crisis Presents

COVID-19 has created many challenges for affordable housing owners, managers, and tenants. In this Special Series episode of Advancing Communities Podcast, Cinnaire CSO Jim Peffley digs deep into some of these challenges with Paul Spencer, President & CEO, KMG Prestige and Dana Hanchin, President & CEO, HDC MidAtlantic, who each lead companies managing affordable apartment communities.

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Advancing Communities Podcast – The COVID-19 Crisis: How Housing & Community Development Fit into Washington’s Policy Response

The COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in a dramatic and unprecedented policy response from Washington. What does this response mean for affordable housing and community development? In this episode, Cinnaire CSO Jim Peffley is joined by a panel of national community development policy advocates — Jennifer Vasiloff, Chief External Affairs Officer at Opportunity Finance Network (OFN); Shannon Ross,

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Advancing Communities Podcast – The COVID-19 Crisis: What it means for the Community Development and Affordable Housing Industries

Join Cinnaire CSO Jim Peffley and longtime CDFI industry leaders Adina Abramowitz and Mark Pinsky for this extremely relevant discussion on the COVID 19 pandemic and early thoughts regarding how it is impacting the affordable housing and community development industries. Jim, Adina and Mark discuss the latest developments and share perspective on: Strategies on how

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Advancing Communities Podcast – Strengthening Communities by Strengthening Non-Profits with IFF’s Joe Neri

Each month, Cinnaire’s Advancing Communities Podcast brings together our Chief Strategy Officer Jim Peffley with thought leaders, guests, policy makers and others who are making an impact in the community development and affordable housing industries. Our guests share their experiences and perspective on a range of topics, each supporting the belief that all people deserve the

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Advancing Communities Podcast – The Color of Law: How Policy Shapes Communities

Each month, Cinnaire’s Advancing Communities Podcast brings together our Chief Strategy Officer Jim Peffley with thought leaders, guests, policy makers and others who are making an impact in the community development and affordable housing industries. Our guests share their experiences and perspective on a range of topics, each supporting the belief that all people deserve the

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