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Nancy Andrews highlights the urgency of integrating community development and health at the 2014 National Interagency Community Reinvestment Conference (NICRC) in Chicago.
Across America, individuals and organizations work tirelessly to create stronger, more resilient communities.
On June 19, 2013, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Commission to Build a Healthier America convened a public meeting in Washington, DC to hear testimony from leading experts regarding how best to support health in communities and during early childhood.
A video created by Starbucks and the Opportunity Finance Network’s community jobs program, Create Jobs for USA, features LIIF and our investment in a new campus for Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools, which will create 59 new permanent jobs and educate 1,000 students in Los Angeles.
LIIF is at the forefront of a growing collaboration between the community development and health sectors. At the "Healthy Communities" event in New York, Ms. Andrews talked about LIIF's current investments and our vision for the future of community development and health.
LIIF President & CEO Nancy O. Andrews shared her thoughts on the critical role of patient capital in creating long-term positive social outcomes and what the next steps are for advancing the healthy communities agenda at a conference on community development and health in Boston.