Partners (Spring 1999)

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Each of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks in the Federal Reserve System has a Community Affairs Office that provides financial institutions with information on the Community Reinvestment Act, community and economic development, and issues related to credit access. The Community Affairs Offices also provide resource information, technical assistance, and regulatory guidance to community-based organizations, government entities, and a wide variety of other organizations engaged in community and economic development. Community Affairs fosters collaboration and provides information for the improvement of communities and the lives of the people who live in them.
The mission of the Community Affairs section at the Atlanta Reserve Bank is to promote community development activities, including affordable housing, small business development, neighborhood and commercial revitalization, technical assistance, and to address other state and local issues affecting low-and moderate-income people or areas. In so doing, Community Affairs works closely with financial institutions, government agencies, community groups and other nonprofit organizations, foundations, and other intermediaries and community development practioners.
VICE PRESIDENT
Ron Zimmerman

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS OFFICER

Courney Dufries

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS MANAGER

Marie Easley
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS SPECIALISTS
Keenan Conigland
Jennifer Grier
Hank Helton - Nashville Branch
Juan Sanchez - Miami Branch

COMMUNITY AFFAIRS ANALYST

Sibyl Howell
If we can be of assistance to your organization, please do not hesitate to call on us at (404) 498-7200.
 
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