3rd Annual Native CDFI Capital Access Convening

Tue, June 12 2018, 7:00 AM - Thu, June 14 2018, 5:00 PM [PST]

800 Asilomar Ave, Pacific Grove, CA, 9395, United States

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Tue, June 12 2018, 7:00 AM - Thu, June 14 2018, 5:00 PM [PST]

Asilomar Hotel & Conference Grounds, 800 Asilomar Ave, Pacific Grove, CA, 9395, United States.

Native CDFI Participant Registration

At the 2018 Annual Native CDFI Capital Access Initiative, First Nations Oweesta Corporation will provide training on topics focused on building capacity to access capital, large group sessions, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities; in addition to hosting an extensive day of networking with potential funders, investors, and partners! We look forward to seeing you at this national event!

 

Cancellation policy

If your plans change and you are unable to attend, please email Heather Rademacher Taylor at heather@oweesta.org to update your registration. 

First Nations Oweesta Corporation

www.oweesta.org

First Nations Oweesta Corporation is the only national, Native CDFI intermediary and supports economic growth in Native communities through the creation, development, and capitalization of Community Development Financial Institutions.

Contact the Organizer

Chrystel Cornelius
Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Chrystel Cornelius is the Executive Director of First Nations Oweesta Corporation and has 19 years of experience working in the Native economic development field. She is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota. Ms. Cornelius was also the founding Executive Director of the Turtle Mountain CDFI, in Belcourt, North Dakota and a founding steering committee/Board member for the Native CDFI Network.

www.oweesta.org

About Chrystel Cornelius

Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Leslie Newman
Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group

Leslie Newman specializes in community development in Native and border communities, focusing on affordable housing, asset building, CDFI development, organizational development, and resource development. Her skills include curriculum development, training, technical assistance, and facilitation. Leslie has over 20 years of experience in community economic development.

https://www.7sistersconsulting.com/

About Leslie Newman

Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group
Caleb Selby
Programs Officer, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Caleb Selby is a Programs Officer/Data Analyst for First Nations Oweesta Corporation. Caleb graduated from Colorado State University in 2015 and has been with First Nations Oweesta since then. At Oweesta, Caleb focuses on market and industry research, data collection and analysis, grant writing, and various other forms of technical assistance.

http://www.oweesta.org/

About Caleb Selby

Programs Officer, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Emily Trump
Lending and Compliance Manager, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Emily Trump is the Lending and Compliance Manager at First Nations Oweesta Corporation, where she helps provide loan capital to Native CDFIs across the country by managing loan capital, performing underwriting, risk analysis, and portfolio management, and overseeing compliance for government contracts and private grants. Prior to joining Oweesta, Emily served as the Chief Finance and Loan Officer for Hunkpati Investments, a Native CDFI serving the Crow Creek Reservation in central South Dakota.

http://www.oweesta.org/

About Emily Trump

Lending and Compliance Manager, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Lebaron Sims
Senior Research Manager, Prosperity Now

Lebaron Sims is Sr. Research Manager at Prosperity Now. As a member of the Applied Research team, Mr. Sims is one of the leads on the Prosperity Now Scorecard, providing data analysis, visualization and writing support. He also provides analysis for Prosperity Now policy and programs teams, and the Prosperity Now Community. Previously, Mr. Sims was a Research Associate at LISC MetroEdge, where he provided technical support, analysis and data visualization for economic development initiatives.

https://prosperitynow.org/

About Lebaron Sims

Senior Research Manager, Prosperity Now
Chris Hansen
Programs Officer, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

http://www.oweesta.org/

About Chris Hansen

Programs Officer, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Josh Shaughnessy
Director of Research & Evaluative Systems, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC

Mr. Shaughnessy is the Director of Research and Evaluative Systems for Sweet Grass Consulting and has worked with Reservation Communities since 2014. Josh is experienced in a variety of research methods and techniques including; survey and interview instrument creation, data collection and management, impact measurement procedures, research methods, and report writing. His strengths include his knowledge of database management systems and qualitative research methods.

https://www.sweetgrassconsulting.net/

About Josh Shaughnessy

Director of Research & Evaluative Systems, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC
Alyssa Camp
Director of Impact Measurement and Creative Analysis, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC

Ms. Camp is the director of impact measurement and creative analysis for Sweet Grass Consulting. Her experience includes tracking outcomes based on organizational and community defined goals, analysis through various field methods, and report writing in a way that tells an impactful story. Other areas of her focus have been involved with Native arts organizations as well as the database development and management for Native CDFIs.

https://www.sweetgrassconsulting.net/

About Alyssa Camp

Director of Impact Measurement and Creative Analysis, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC
Angie Main
Executive Director, NACDC Financial Services

Over 30 years’ experience in contracts, grants management, fundraising, business and financial literacy education, small business T/TA, and economic development in Tribal communities. Since 2011, Executive Director for NACDC Financial Services, a Native CDFI in Browning, MT, providing capital access to seven reservation communities. Board member for Blackfeet Reservation Development Fund and Indian Land Capital. Enrolled member of MT Ft. Belknap Gros Ventre Tribe, Ft. Belknap Indian Community.

http://nacdcfinancialservices.com/index.html

About Angie Main

Executive Director, NACDC Financial Services
Tawney Brunsch
Executive Director, Lakota Funds

Tawney Brunsch is the Executive Director of Lakota Funds, the first Native CDFI on a reservation. Leading the organization since 2010 and with a well-versed career in the financial industry, Tawney is committed to revitalizing the Pine Ridge Reservation’s economy by providing access to sound lending products paired with assistance necessary for private sector development. Tawney has led several accomplishments, including the charter of the Lakota Federal Credit Union.

https://lakotafunds.org/

About Tawney Brunsch

Executive Director, Lakota Funds
Susan Hammond
Executive Director, Four Directions Development Corporation

Susan Hammond, a Penobscot Nation Tribal member, is the long-standing Executive Director of Four Directions Development Corporation, a Native-governed CDFI serving the four tribes of Maine. As one of the founders, Ms. Hammond has been involved with FDDC since the earliest planning stages which began in the fall of 2000. Ms. Hammond worked for the Penobscot tribe for ten years in various positions and served on the Penobscot Nation Tribal Council from 1996 to 2004.

http://www.fourdirectionsmaine.org/

About Susan Hammond

Executive Director, Four Directions Development Corporation
Marvin Ginn
Executive Director, Native Community Finance

Marvin Ginn, an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, is the Executive Director of Native Community Finance (NCF). NCF provides financial education, affordable loans, VITA/TCE tax site, IDA program, and mortgage assistance services. Marvin has over 30 years' experience in housing and economic development and previously sat on the boards of the Housing Assistance Council, Credit Builders Alliance, and Native CDFI Network.

http://nativecommunityfinance.org/

About Marvin Ginn

Executive Director, Native Community Finance
Onna LeBeau
Executive Director, Black Hills Community Loan Fund

Onna, a member of the Omaha Tribe of NE, joined Black Hills Community Loan Fund in 2015 as Executive Director and brings experience with the nonprofit and Native Community Development fields. Prior to BHCLF Onna served as scholarship program coordinator at American Indian Education Foundation and the Deputy Director of Planning & Development at Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board. Onna also worked with Native CDFIs as Reporting and Compliance Director for First Nations Oweesta.

https://blackhillsloanfund.wixsite.com/mysite

About Onna LeBeau

Executive Director, Black Hills Community Loan Fund
Zach Ducheneaux
Program Manager, Intertribal Agriculture Council

Zach Ducheneaux is Board Secretary for the Intertribal Agriculture Council and serves as Program Manager for the IAC's Tribal TA Network. He is also a 3rd generation cattle and horse rancher on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation. His work with IAC focuses on leveraging American Indian ag production to build sustainable Tribal economies. He also serves as Board Chairman for Akiptan CDFI, which will revolutionize investment in Indian Country Agriculture with innovative strategies and products.

http://www.indianaglink.com/

About Zach Ducheneaux

Program Manager, Intertribal Agriculture Council
Little Fawn Boland
Board Member, Travois

Little Fawn Boland (Piro/Manso/Tiwa Indian Tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe in New Mexico) is a Travois Board member and partner at Ceiba Legal LLP, where she represents tribal governments, tribal entities, individual Native Americans, and businesses partnering with tribes. She has worked on the legal side of economic development projects since 2005, and through this work, she gained direct experience applying the New Markets Tax Credit program in Indian Country.

https://travois.com/

About Little Fawn Boland

Board Member, Travois
Ted Piccolo
Executive Director, Northwest Native Development Fund

Ted Piccolo is the founding Executive Director of the Northwest Native Development Fund. NNDF was founded in 2009 and currently has a loan portfolio of $2 Million Dollars with loans to the Colville Tribe, area small businesses and anti-payday loans. The NNDF has 5 full time staff people and serves Eastern Washington State. Mr. Piccolo currently sits on the Board of the CDFI Coalition and is a former Board Chairman for the Native CDFI Network and Board member of ONABEN.

https://thenndf.org/

About Ted Piccolo

Executive Director, Northwest Native Development Fund
Michael Brydge
Principal Director of Development & Community Engagement, Sweet Grass Consulting LLC

Michael Brydge is the principal director of development and community engagement for Sweet Grass Consulting. He received his MA in Cultural Anthropology from Colorado State University. He works primarily with various Lakota and Dakota entities in South Dakota. Most of his time is spent assisting Native community development corporations and non-profits to collect data and tell their stories related to impact tracking, program development, workforce development, and job placement training.

https://www.sweetgrassconsulting.net/

About Michael Brydge

Principal Director of Development & Community Engagement, Sweet Grass Consulting LLC
April Lemly
Principal, Ponderosa Group

April Lemly is the Creative Director and owner of the Ponderosa Group, in Port Angeles, Washington. She has worked in Indian Country for close to six years providing technical assistance primarily in branding and marketing. She has been a free-lance graphic designer for ten years with clients in Los Angeles, Manhattan and many cities in between. She earned a MFA in graphic design from The Academy of Art University in San Francisco. April grew up in California and is of Cherokee descent.

https://www.ponderosagroup.org/

About April Lemly

Principal, Ponderosa Group
Eva Kathleen Schulte
Vice President for Economic Opportunity, Travois

eva kathleen schulte, vice president for economic opportunity at Travois, leverages investments and resources to advance the economic development priorities of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities. As a proven community organizer, president and CEO, and social change leader, eva secures economic and policy solutions to move human dignity to the center of public life.

https://travois.com/

About Eva Kathleen Schulte

Vice President for Economic Opportunity, Travois
Florence Ludka
CFO, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Florence Ludka is the CFO for First Nations Oweesta, responsible for oversight of finance related activities and staff, including accounting, finance, forecasting, strategic planning, asset management, and compliance. Ms. Ludka helps develop and implement strategic investment and asset management strategies, corporate policy, financial plans and projections, and development and monitoring of budgets. Ms. Ludka is an enrolled member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan.

http://www.oweesta.org/

About Florence Ludka

CFO, First Nations Oweesta Corporation
Leslie Hoffman
Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group

Leslie Hoffman is the principal and founder of LEH Consulting Group. She began her career as a journalist and later joined the microfinance sector, serving in leadership roles overseeing lending, portfolio quality and asset recovery, client service, communications, and strategic partnerships. Her consulting work focuses on capacity building and business strategy for nonprofits, CDFIs, and others. She is also a faculty member at the University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management.

https://www.lehconsultinggroup.com/

About Leslie Hoffman

Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group
Lisa Wagner
President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

Lisa Wagner is a CDFI consultant and trainer based in Buffalo, Wyoming. She has worked in CDFI industry for 17 years. Over the last 9 years, Lisa has worked with Native CDFIs and community lenders across the nation providing capacity building services. She trained and facilitated for Oweesta, NeighborWorks America, and OFN. Lisa was the founding Executive Director of the Wind River Development Fund, a successful Native CDFI on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, 2001-2009.

About Lisa Wagner

President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.
Barbara Eckblad
LEH Consulting Group

Barbara Eckblad is a consultant serving CDFIs and was a commercial credit analyst and then entrepreneur, building a real estate firm. After transitioning to community service work, she moved into the microfinance industry, where she led the lending program for a statewide microlending organization before consulting. Her expertise includes scaling loan programs, portfolio management and aligning staff, products and systems. She focuses on earned income strategies and loan operations systems.

https://www.lehconsultinggroup.com/

About Barbara Eckblad

LEH Consulting Group
Megan Bolado
Senior Technical Assistance Advisor, Savings and Financial Capability Team, Prosperity Now

In this role, she provides technical assistance and thought partnership to support integration and holistic delivery of financial capability programs. Public service and citizen engagement are a priority in Megan’s private and professional life – and she has a particular passion for issues facing low-income households. Other previous work includes Points of Light, the International Youth Foundation, Independent Sector, the Center for Digital Inclusion, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

https://prosperitynow.org/

About Megan Bolado

Senior Technical Assistance Advisor, Savings and Financial Capability Team, Prosperity Now
Kevin Walker
President & CEO, Northwest Area Foundation

Kevin leads the organization’s efforts to champion programs that increase good jobs and increase financial capability for low-income people in the Foundation’s service region. Under Kevin’s leadership, the Foundation is developing and implementing strategic grant-making initiatives. He also is guiding the organization’s commitment to target 40 percent of its annual giving to Native-led organizations and advance efforts to increase mainstream philanthropy’s engagement with Indian Country.

https://www.nwaf.org/

About Kevin Walker

President & CEO, Northwest Area Foundation
Andrew W. Gordon
Arizona Market President, Clearinghouse CDFI

Andrew Gordon is Arizona Market President at Clearinghouse CDFI and is a member of the Executive Team. Clearinghouse CDFI serves CA, NV, AZ, NM and Indian Country in Western U.S. and provides support to Clearinghouse CDFI’s Native American Advisory Board. Prior to Clearinghouse CDFI, Mr. Gordon was the founding President of Arizona MultiBank CDC, the heritage nonprofit CDFI that served Arizona for over 24 years and preceded the new Arizona MultiBank, a Division of Clearinghouse CDFI.

www.azmultibank.com

About Andrew W. Gordon

Arizona Market President, Clearinghouse CDFI
Joel D. Smith
Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, Native American Bank

Joel Smith has served as the SVP and Chief Credit Officer of Native American Bank since 2013. He is an enrolled member of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma and has 14 years of experience in commercial credit, lending, and management. Joel worked as a credit officer and credit examiner at CoBank, a $100 Billion farm credit institution, for the five years prior to rejoining NAB. Joel also spent four years working at NAB in credit and as an AVP of Business Development ending in 2008.

http://www.nabna.com/

About Joel D. Smith

Senior Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, Native American Bank
Lakota Vogel
Executive Director, Four Bands Community Fund

As Executive Director, Lakota has been involved with all aspects of capital raising and deploying funds to borrowers. Lakota has over 7 years experience raising/deploying capital to low-income, Native American communities. Prior to her role as Executive Director, she served as Assistant Director and supported fund development strategies. Since 2015, she has attracted over $7.5 million to Four Bands Community Fund and deployed $4.5 million in capital to low income, Native American communities.

http://fourbands.org/

About Lakota Vogel

Executive Director, Four Bands Community Fund
Arohi Pathak
Associate Director, Field Engagement, Prosperity Now

Arohi Pathak is Associate Director, Field Engagement at Prosperity Now, where she manages Northwest Area Foundation’s Financial Inclusion Policy Action Initiative, helping organizations advance state/Tribal legislative and administrative policies for long-term prosperity in low-income communities, Native communities and communities of color. Ms. Pathak also helps organizations build policy and advocacy capacity through coaching and TA, strategic planning and peer learning.

https://prosperitynow.org/

About Arohi Pathak

Associate Director, Field Engagement, Prosperity Now
Tanya Fiddler
Executive Director, Native CDFI Network

Tanya Fiddler (Cheyenne River Sioux) is the Executive Director of the Native CDFI Network (NCN) where she is responsible for the overall success of the organization in its service to its membership. Tanya provides vision, direction, and leadership to achieve NCN's mission, and ensures the Network’s members are represented in national and regional policy dialogues as well as capital resource venues to advance systemic and sustainable Native community and economic development.

http://nativecdfi.net/

About Tanya Fiddler

Executive Director, Native CDFI Network

07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 08:30 AMCrocker Hall
08:30 AM
General Session

Opening Prayer, Welcome, Morning Plenary

08:30 AM - 10:15 AMChapel
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

10:30 AM
Rougarou

Federal Granting and Lending Programs: A Discussion about the SBA Microlender Program and USDA Rural Development

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMScripps
Chupacabra

Increasing Access to Capital for Agriculture Lending

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMToyon
  • Leslie Newman

    Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group

Sasquatch

I’m a Goat, You’re a Butterfly: Showing Impact and Creating Your Brand

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcacia
  • April Lemly

    Principal, Ponderosa Group

12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
Rougarou

Increasing Access to Capital for Homeownership Lending

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMScripps
  • Leslie Newman

    Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group

Chupacabra

Corporate & Sustainable Investor Support for Indian Country: Leveraging Impact Investments

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMToyon
  • Eva Kathleen Schulte

    Vice President for Economic Opportunity, Travois

Sasquatch

Impact Tracking 101

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMAcacia
  • Josh Shaughnessy

    Director of Research & Evaluative Systems, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC

03:00 PM
Rougarou

Innovative Programs to Achieve Impact

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMScripps
Chupacabra

AERIS Challenges & Opportunities: Panel Discussion

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMToyon
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Sasquatch

Accounting Smackdown

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMAcacia
  • Florence Ludka

    CFO, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

04:45 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary

04:45 PM - 05:15 PMChapel
07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 08:15 AMCrocker Hall
08:15 AM
General Session

Opening Prayer, Recap, Day Ahead

08:15 AM - 08:30 AMChapel
08:45 AM
Rougarou

Developing Dashboards and KPIs: Empowerment Through Performance Tracking

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMScripps
Chupacabra

Building Blocks of a Capitalization Plan

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMToyon
  • Leslie Hoffman

    Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group

Sasquatch

The Nitty Gritty of the Loan Loss Reserve

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

10:30 AM
Rougarou

Supporting Development Services

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMScripps
Chupacabra

Social Investment: Native CDFI Strategies for Securing Investors

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMToyon
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Sasquatch

Understanding the CAMELS Analysis

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
General Session

Policy Update with Native CDFI Network & Prosperity Now

01:15 PM - 02:15 PMChapel
02:30 PM
Rougarou

Portfolio Management Mechanics that Drive Financial Performance

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMScripps
  • Leslie Hoffman

    Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group

Chupacabra

Overview, Integration, and Designing Financial Capabilities Services

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMToyon
  • Megan Bolado

    Senior Technical Assistance Advisor, Savings and Financial Capability Team, Prosperity Now

Sasquatch

Advanced Capitalization Strategies

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

04:15 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary: Reflections, Group Debrief

04:15 PM - 05:00 PMChapel
07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 07:45 AMCrocker Hall
08:00 AM
General Session

Welcome & Opening Plenary

08:00 AM - 09:45 AMChapel
  • Kevin Walker

    President & CEO, Northwest Area Foundation

10:00 AM
General Session

Panel Discussion & Manatee Tank

10:00 AM - 12:00 PMChapel
12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
General Session

Networking Session

01:15 PM - 04:15 PMSeascape Hall
04:15 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary

04:15 PM - 05:00 PMSeascape Hall
07:00 PM
General Session

OPTIONAL: Talking Circle (Open to Funders, Investors, and Native CDFIs)

07:00 PM - 08:30 PMSeascape Hall
07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 08:30 AMCrocker Hall
08:30 AM
General Session

Opening Prayer, Welcome, Morning Plenary

08:30 AM - 10:15 AMChapel
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

10:30 AM
Rougarou

Federal Granting and Lending Programs: A Discussion about the SBA Microlender Program and USDA Rural Development

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMScripps
Chupacabra

Increasing Access to Capital for Agriculture Lending

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMToyon
  • Leslie Newman

    Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group

Sasquatch

I’m a Goat, You’re a Butterfly: Showing Impact and Creating Your Brand

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcacia
  • April Lemly

    Principal, Ponderosa Group

12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
Rougarou

Increasing Access to Capital for Homeownership Lending

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMScripps
  • Leslie Newman

    Founding Partner & Co-Manager, Seven Sisters Community Development Group

Chupacabra

Corporate & Sustainable Investor Support for Indian Country: Leveraging Impact Investments

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMToyon
  • Eva Kathleen Schulte

    Vice President for Economic Opportunity, Travois

Sasquatch

Impact Tracking 101

01:15 PM - 02:45 PMAcacia
  • Josh Shaughnessy

    Director of Research & Evaluative Systems, Sweet Grass Consulting, LLC

03:00 PM
Rougarou

Innovative Programs to Achieve Impact

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMScripps
Chupacabra

AERIS Challenges & Opportunities: Panel Discussion

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMToyon
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Sasquatch

Accounting Smackdown

03:00 PM - 04:30 PMAcacia
  • Florence Ludka

    CFO, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

04:45 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary

04:45 PM - 05:15 PMChapel
07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 08:15 AMCrocker Hall
08:15 AM
General Session

Opening Prayer, Recap, Day Ahead

08:15 AM - 08:30 AMChapel
08:45 AM
Rougarou

Developing Dashboards and KPIs: Empowerment Through Performance Tracking

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMScripps
Chupacabra

Building Blocks of a Capitalization Plan

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMToyon
  • Leslie Hoffman

    Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group

Sasquatch

The Nitty Gritty of the Loan Loss Reserve

08:45 AM - 10:15 AMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

10:30 AM
Rougarou

Supporting Development Services

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMScripps
Chupacabra

Social Investment: Native CDFI Strategies for Securing Investors

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMToyon
  • Chrystel Cornelius

    Executive Director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation

Sasquatch

Understanding the CAMELS Analysis

10:30 AM - 12:00 PMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
General Session

Policy Update with Native CDFI Network & Prosperity Now

01:15 PM - 02:15 PMChapel
02:30 PM
Rougarou

Portfolio Management Mechanics that Drive Financial Performance

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMScripps
  • Leslie Hoffman

    Principal & Founder, LEH Consulting Group

Chupacabra

Overview, Integration, and Designing Financial Capabilities Services

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMToyon
  • Megan Bolado

    Senior Technical Assistance Advisor, Savings and Financial Capability Team, Prosperity Now

Sasquatch

Advanced Capitalization Strategies

02:30 PM - 04:00 PMAcacia
  • Lisa Wagner

    President, Bluestem Consulting, Inc.

04:15 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary: Reflections, Group Debrief

04:15 PM - 05:00 PMChapel
07:00 AM
General Session

Breakfast

07:00 AM - 07:45 AMCrocker Hall
08:00 AM
General Session

Welcome & Opening Plenary

08:00 AM - 09:45 AMChapel
  • Kevin Walker

    President & CEO, Northwest Area Foundation

10:00 AM
General Session

Panel Discussion & Manatee Tank

10:00 AM - 12:00 PMChapel
12:00 PM
General Session

Lunch

12:00 PM - 01:00 PMCrocker Hall
01:15 PM
General Session

Networking Session

01:15 PM - 04:15 PMSeascape Hall
04:15 PM
General Session

Closing Plenary

04:15 PM - 05:00 PMSeascape Hall
07:00 PM
General Session

OPTIONAL: Talking Circle (Open to Funders, Investors, and Native CDFIs)

07:00 PM - 08:30 PMSeascape Hall

Nov 3, 2019

09:00 AM
10:00 AM

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09:00 AM

Breakfast and networking with exhibitors

09:00 AM - 09:45 AM Hall A
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10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Hall B
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall A
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall B
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11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Hall C
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12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Hall A
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