Our Team

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  1. Blair,

    As someone who recently returned from working in Ghana as a Kiva Fellow, I’ve returned to the U.S to re-dedicate myself to extending the reach of financial services to the working poor here in the U.S. Instead of focusing on microloans, however, I am developing a project based on the increasing inertia behind asset-building. I’d love to talk sometime about your experiences.

    Keep up the good work.


  2. Dear Benjamin: thanks again for covering CFED’s 2008 Assets Learning Conference as our first-over ‘official’ blogger! Your posts are excellent. I was hoping to meet and talk with you there but unfortunately never connected with you in the crowd. I am working with Andrea, Michael Torrens and others members of CFED’s Innovation Team on our new initiative, innovation@cfed.org. I was wondering if we could possibly get a directly link from Asset Almanac to http://innovation.cfed.org? ALSO, please note that under your section, “Asset Policy & Advocacy Resources,” our name is incorrectly shown as “Center for Enterprise Development” — we are actually “Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED)” Thanks so much for letting me know about the link to innovation@cfed’s website. Sincerely, Anne Li, Program Director, Innovation at CFED.

  3. Thank you for sharing your work, Blair.
    I plan to share your blog with our group doing asset building work in North Carolina. I started in the field as a VISTA volunteer in Tucson, AZ providing financial education to IDA participants and also serving as a VITA site coordinator. Now, I work in the asset building field doing advocacy and education in NC.
    Please keep sharing, and check out our latest work in NC at one of our Google Group pages: http://groups.google.com/group/nc-assets-alliance-wilmington-
    and on our websites: http://www.ncassets.org and


    On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/North-Carolina-Assets-Alliance/226629211671?ref=ts

    Thank you!

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