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Contributors

The Opportunity Zones Reporting Framework presents a summary of the input received from a wide range of stakeholders and practitioners detailed below. It does not necessarily reflect the individual opinions of participants or the official positions of the organizations they represent. We are deeply grateful for their input and expertise in helping to craft these materials.

Paige Chapel
Aeris

Karl Khoury
Arborview Capital

Amanda Kizer
B Lab

Anna Snider & Jackie VanderBrug
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Shekar Narasimhan
Beekman Advisors

Ross Baird & David Robinson, Jr.
Blueprint Local

Brian Trelstad
Bridges Fund Management

Beth Bafford & Jennifer Pryce
Calvert Impact Capital

Jeremy Keele
Catalyst Capital Partners

Antonio Marquez
Comunidad Realty Partners

Kerwin Tesdell
Community Development Venture Capital Association

Kenan Fikri
Economic Innovation Group

Rachel Reilly
Enterprise Community Partners

Adrian Franco & Chelsea Cruz
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Vijar Kohli & Michael Ojo
Golden Door Asset Management

Jessica Matthews
JPMorgan

Kimberlee Cornett & Aaron Seybert
Kresge Foundation

Matt Josephs
LISC

Matt Onek & Melanie Audette
Mission Investors Exchange

Jamie Martin
Morgan Stanley

Kevin Boes
New Markets Support Corporation

Michael Everett
NuovoRE

Peter Truog
Opportunity Exchange

Lance Loethen & Jennifer Vasiloff
Opportunity Finance Network

Rhett Buttle
Public Private Strategies

Louis Dubin
Redbrick LMD

Lorenzo Bernasconi
Rockefeller Foundation

Demian Costa
Sagamore Ventures

Monika Mantilla
Small Business Community Capital

Tracy Palandjian
Social Finance

Nick Fritz
Sorenson Impact Center

Jim Sorenson
Sorenson Impact Foundation

Aurelle Amram
Third Sector Capital Partners

John Griffith
Tideline

Andrew Lee
UBS

Brett Theodos
Urban Institute

 

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Co-Authors

The Opportunity Zones Reporting Framework was written by the U.S. Impact Investing Alliance and the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University.

 
 
 

Development of the Opportunity Zones Reporting Framework is made possible by the generous support of the Rockefeller Foundation and Kresge Foundation.