CoCap 2018

Closing the Racial Wealth Gap

October 22nd, 2018 5pm - 9pm

This year marks our fifth annual COCAP event.

The theme this year is Closing the Racial Wealth Gap. We will examine strategies for a more equitable economy that creates well being for all. The conference will highlight community wealth building innovations that are working toward leveling the playing field. Along with learning what we need to do, to create a fair and inclusive economy, we will discuss who we need to be to truly close the gap.

Additionally, we will have booths filled with credit unions and socially responsible banks, as well as other organizations support racial equity work in the WE economy.

2018 Speakers

  • Nwamaka Agbo
    Nwamaka is excited to bring over 10 years of experience in working on social and economic justice issues and campaigns that help support the sustainable and equitable development of thriving and prosperous communities as the New Economy Innovation Fellow for Movement Strategy Center.
    Nwamaka Agbo Consulting
  • Jessica Norwood
    Jessica is re-shaping how capital flows in African American communities, building wealth through community investment and entrepreneurship.
    Founder, The Runway Project
  • Rodney Foxworth
    Rodney Foxworth is founder and CEO of Invested Impact, a nonprofit intermediary that partners with philanthropists, impact investors, and corporations to invest in diverse social entrepreneurs and local economies.
    CEO, BALLE
  • Kat Taylor
    Kat Taylor works in service of restoring social justice and environmental well-being. Kat is active in a variety of social enterprises, public benefit and philanthropic ventures on the West Coast. Currently, she serves as Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Beneficial State Bank, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) whose mission is ...
    CEO/Founder Beneficial State Bank
  • Aaron Tanaka
    Community organizer, grantmaker and impact investor. As founder and director of the Center for Economic Democracy
    Center for Economic Democracy, Ujima
  • Konda Mason
    Konda Mason is the Co-Founder and CEO of Impact Hub Oakland, a beautiful co-working space that supports socially engaged entrepreneurs and change makers who are transforming the world. She is proud to be the Program Director of The Runway Project Oakland, a fund designed to fill the “Friends & Family” gap for African American entrepreneur...
    The Runway Project, Impact Hub Oakland
  • Annie McShiras
    Passionate about democratic economics and creating the change we seek, Annie has been promoting movements for economic justice, the solidarity economy, and systems change for the past decade.
    Self-Help Federal Credit Union
  • Nina Robinson
    As the Senior Portfolio Manager of ICA Fund Good Jobs, Nina managed a portfolio of $2.1M of investment and provides consulting, advising resources, and capital raising services being delivered to ICA Fund Good Jobs portfolio companies.
    The Runway Project, Buen Vivir Fund
  • Andrea Talley
    Mandela Grocery Cooperative

Sponsors

Location

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OAKLAND

2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA
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