Prosperity Indiana 2020 Summit | February 18

20/20: Seeing Opportunity Through the Lens of Values

The Indiana Association for Community Economic Development d/b/a Prosperity Indiana is a statewide membership organization for the individuals and organizations strengthening Hoosier communities. Since its founding in 1986, Prosperity Indiana has grown to more than 150 members from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

This year’s 2020 Summit will focus on opportunities in asset building, affordable housing, and inclusive development strategies.

    • Learn from local and national experts with multiple content tracks
    • Connect with peers from around the state
    • Celebrate excellence in the field of community economic development in Indiana with the Prosperity Indiana Annual Awards

Event Schedule

7:45-8:45AM A&O Network Breakfast
 8:00-9:00AM Registration and Welcome
 9:00-10:00AM General Session and Opening Remarks
 10:00-10:15AM Networking Break
 10:15-11:30AM Session 1
 11:30-11:45AM Networking Break
 11:45AM-1:45PM Luncheon
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Awards Program
 1:45-2:00PM Networking Break
2:00-3:15PM Session 2
3:15-3:30PM Networking Break
3:30-4:45PM Session 3
5:00-6:30PM Networking Reception

Keynote Speaker – Anne Price

Anne Price is the first woman President of the Insight Center for Community Economic Development, a fifty-year-old economic justice and research organization. Anne sparks ideas for innovative, multi-dimensional solutions to economic and racial inequities and advocates for transformative change that addresses the root causes of economic inequality. She previously led the Closing the Racial Wealth Gap initiative at the Insight Center, elevating the voices and opinions of experts of color in national economic debates and policy making. Her tireless work has brought the issue of the racial wealth gap into mainstream consciousness and vernacular with an explosion of media coverage of the data and research quantifying racial differences in wealth accumulation. Anne was one of the first national thought leaders to examine and push for narrative change in addressing race, gender and wealth inequality. She was also an early adopter of connecting criminal justice debt to racial wealth inequality. Anne has spent more than 25 years working in the public sector on issues that range from child welfare to hunger to workforce development and higher education.

Anne’s work has been featured in the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Mercury News, Citylab, O Magazine, and the Stanford Social Innovation Review and other publications. She has appeared on MSNBC and Noticias Telemundo. Anne is a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute in New York. She also currently serves as Board Chair at United for a Fair Economy in Boston. Anne holds a BA in Economics from Hampton University and a Master’s Degree in Urban Affairs and Public Policy from the Milano School of Management and Urban Policy in New York City.

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