This February, CCI is spotlighting four Black women alumnae of our Fulcrum Fellowship, who will share their visions for how to center Black people in community development. The series begins with Joanna Trotter, Senior Director of Community Impact for The Chicago Community Trust.
Community investment is designed to do the hard things conventional markets don’t do, so its deals tend to be more complex than those in conventional finance. As a critical step toward making such deals more efficient and effective, the Center for Community Investment’s newest resource introduces the process of deal review.
During a recent American Hospital Association webinar, CCI’s Executive Director Robin Hacke and Kaiser Permanente’s John Vu delved into the basics of investment capital and shared insights from the Accelerating Investments for Healthy Communities (AIHC) initiative.
To unlock opportunity at a scale that cannot be reached through one-off projects, CCI’s capital absorption framework focuses on creating a set of deals and projects that can synergistically advance a community towards achieving its shared prioriti