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Northwest New England Loan Outreach Officer
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5533 Peden Point Road
Wilmington, North Carolina,28409
Since 1975, the Cooperative Fund of New England has provided over $37.4 million in crucial, affordable financing to cooperatives and nonprofits across New England and eastern New York State. Not only have these funds created and retained thousands of jobs and ... more.
Personnel | Cooperative Fund of New England
BETSY BLACK, Northwest New England Loan Outreach Officer; Concord, New Hampshire.
Betsy works part-time assisting Rebecca with visiting current and potential borrowers, providing technical assistance, administration of the loan portfolio, and marketing the Fund in Vermont and New Hampshire. Betsy has 25 years of experience working with community development financial institutions (CDFIs) and nonprofit organizations, and is a long time cooperative member. She has worked nationally assisting CDFIs with capitalization and strategic planning, and as a CARS analyst. She previously worked for the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund for a decade as Capitalization and Communications Director before starting her own consulting business in 2002. She teaches and coaches extensively about increasing human effectiveness and happiness. Previously she worked as a lawyer; for a women's health collective, and for two community newspapers. She has a law degree from UNH School of Law (NH), a BA in American Studies from Middlebury College (VT), a certificate in positive psychology and is a certified Kripalu yoga and ChiRunning® instructor. She currently serves on the board of The Disability Opportunity Fund, a CDFI.
Betsy Black | GPS Capital Partners
Betsy is an attorney and independent consultant who serves in multiple roles to advance the delivery of community development finance in rural and urban communities. As an analyst for the CDFI Assessment and Rating Service (CARSTM), Betsy participates in rating the effectiveness of CDFIs throughout the U.S. She also provides grant review and analysis for the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority and monitors community investments on behalf of foundation clients. Betsy serves as Loan & Outreach Officer for the Cooperative Fund of New England, providing loan underwriting, capitalization and outreach services to one of the nation's oldest CDFIs, which specializes in financing affordable housing, small business and agriculture through cooperative, nonprofit and worker-owned structures throughout its region. Previously, she served as Director, Capitalization and Communications for the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, and before that, as staff at the Concord Feminist Health Center and an attorney in private practice. Betsy's consulting practice includes coaching lawyers and for-profit and nonprofit executives to increase effectiveness. She holds a BA from Middlebury College and a JD from the University of New Hampshire Law School. Betsy Black
Contact Info | Cooperative Fund of New England
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Betsy Black, Cooperative Fund of New England -Betsy Black has more than 20 years of experience working as a consultant, trainer and facilitator with individuals, nonprofit organizations and businesses.
Through an ongoing consultancy as a loan and outreach officer with the Cooperative Fund of New England, she promotes the fund's work with cooperatives in Vermont and New Hampshire. Active in her community, Betsy currently serves on the Finance Committee of the Concord Food Cooperative. She graduated from Middlebury College in 1981 with a B.A. in American Studies. Formerly a lawyer in private practice, Betsy graduated from the Pierce Law Center in 1985. She lives in Concord, New Hampshire.
Northwest Outreach Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org BETSY BLACK, Concord, New Hampshire. Betsy works part-time assisting Rebecca with visiting current and potential borrowers, providing technical assistance, administration of the loan portfolio, and marketing the Fund in northwestern part of New England. Betsy assists CDFIs nationally with capitalization and strategic planning, and instructs for Opportunity Finance Network and Oweesta Corporation. She formerly worked for the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund for a decade as Capitalization and Communications Director before starting her own consulting business in 2002. Previously, she worked as a solo law practitioner in Manchester and Concord (NH); for the Concord Feminist Health Center (a collective); and for the Argus Champion (NH) and Milford Cabinet (NH) newspapers.