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Prabal Chakrabarti

Vice President

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

600 Atlantic Ave

Boston, Massachusetts,02210

United States

Company Description

As part of the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes sound growth and financial stability in New England and the nation. The Bank contributes to local communities, the region, and the nation through its high-quality research, regul...more

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Director, Research

ICIC


Affiliations

Nellie Mae Education Foundation Inc

Board Member


Marshall Scholarship Selection Committee

Committee


Children's Investment Fund

Board Member


Asian Community Development Corporation

Board Member


Inner City Economic Forum

Member


U.S. Delegation

Member


Education

B.S.

University of Illinois


M.S.

M.I.T.


graduate degrees

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


graduate degrees

Oxford


Web References(49 Total References)


Community Advisory Boards | Boston Community Capital

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Prabal Chakrabarti,
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston


People · Living Cities

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Prabal Chakrabarti
Prabal Chakrabarti is Vice President, Community Development, Regional and Community Outreach, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He has published and presented research on community development topics such as affordable housing, venture capital ...


The Nellie Mae Education Foundation - Board of Directors

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Prabal Chakrabarti
Prabal Chakrabarti Senior Vice-President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Prabal Chakrabarti Prabal Chakrabarti Senior Vice-President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Prabal Chakrabarti is Senior Vice-President at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in the Regional and Community Outreach department, with a mission to improve the economic well-being of low and moderate income people. He oversees department initiatives with a focus on revitalizing smaller cities through the Working Cities Challenge, improving household financial stability, and increasing employment opportunities for all. Previously, Mr. Chakrabarti was at the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, where he led a research effort under Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter to measure economic competitiveness in America's inner cities. He served in the U.S. Treasury in economic policy and he co-wrote a UNDP report Unleashing Entrepreneurship: Making Business Work for the Poor. Mr. Chakrabarti holds graduate degrees from MIT and Oxford University, where he was a Marshall Scholar, and a B.S. from the University of Illinois, where he was a Truman Scholar. He also serves on the Children's Investment Fund Board. For the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, Mr. Chakrabarti serves on the Grants Policy & Program Committee and Organizational Measurement Committee.


Prabal Chakrabarti · Living Cities

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Prabal Chakrabarti
Prabal Chakrabarti is Vice President, Community Development, Regional and Community Outreach, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He has published and presented research on community development topics such as affordable housing, venture capital in secondary cities, and urban business development. He plays a key leadership role in a prize competition to revitalize smaller cities called the Working Cities Challenge. He has edited volumes on the future of the Community Reinvestment Act and on addressing challenges from foreclosed properties. Prabal Chakrabarti Vice President, Community Development, Regional and Community Outreach, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Prabal Chakrabarti is Vice President, Community Development, Regional and Community Outreach, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He has published and presented research on community development topics such as affordable housing, venture capital in secondary cities, and urban business development. He plays a key leadership role in a prize competition to revitalize smaller cities called the Working Cities Challenge. He has edited volumes on the future of the Community Reinvestment Act and on addressing challenges from foreclosed properties. Recent Posts by Prabal Blog Post Prabal Chakrabarti on Nov 1, 2013 Working Cities Challenge Moves Forward: Three Questions with Prabal Chakrabarti Boston Federal Reserve Bank Vice President, Prabal Chakrabarti, sat down with Living Cities to provided an update in an interview on the Working Cities Challenge in Massachusetts.


Community Affairs Contacts - Boston Fed

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Prabal Chakrabarti
Senior Vice President and Community Affairs Officer Prabal has published on affordable housing, venture capital in secondary cities, and urban business development. He currently plays a key role in designing and implementing the Working Cities Challenge. At the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, Prabal measured economic competitiveness in inner cities. At the U.S. Treasury, he co-wrote Unleashing Entrepreneurship: Making Business Work for the Poor. Prabal holds graduate degrees from MIT and Oxford, where he was a Marshall Scholar, and a BS from the University of Illinois, where he was a Truman Scholar. He serves on the Marshall Scholarship Selection Committee and the Children's Investment Fund board.


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