Liberty Bank Hosts Economic Development Symposium


by Liberty Bank | Dec 16, 2019

Liberty Bank hosted an Economic Development Symposium in Hartford on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. The event – Building Resilient Communities: Leveraging Anchor Institutions –  focused on partnerships that create strategies to strengthen communities, grow the local economy, create quality affordable housing, and improve public health outcomes.

All presentations from the event are now available:

David EricksonKeynote Speaker David Erickson, Head of Outreach and Education at the New York Fed
"Health Happens in Neighborhoods: What We Can Do About It" (PDF)

Melissa Kaplan-Macey, VP, CT Regional Plan Association
View Presentation (PDF)

Melvyn Colon, Executive Director, Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance
View Presentation (PDF)

Ben Wade, Senior VP of Strategy & Marketing, Stamford Health
View Presentation (PDF)

Victoria Veltri, 
Executive Director, Office of Healthcare Strategy
View Presentation (PDF)


For questions, please contact Pam Days-Luketich, Liberty Bank Community Development Officer, at 860-704-2489 or pdays-luketich@liberty-bank.com.

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