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Thank you for your interest in our funders-only virtual briefing and conversation with foundation, public sector and community leaders on the importance of corporate accountability in tackling the housing crisis. With your support, we can help meet the housing and financial needs of low- and moderate-income communities and communities of color, and increase integrity and accountability in financial services.

Learn about the speakers and explore the topics from today’s discussion in depth with the resources below.

About the Speakers

Moderator: Dr. Manuel Pastor

Dr. Manuel Pastor, Distinguished Professor of Sociology and American Studies & Ethnicity, University of Southern California and Director, University of Southern California Equity Research Institute.


Holly J. Mitchell

Holly J. Mitchell is the 2nd District Supervisor for Los Angeles County, where she represents the residents of Carson, Compton, Culver City, El Segundo, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles (portions), Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, and a dozen unincorporated communities.


Paulina Gonzalez-Brito

Paulina Gonzalez-BritoPaulina Gonzalez-Brito is the Chief Executive Officer at Rise Economy.


Leo Goldberg

Leo Goldberg is the Co-Director for Policy and Capacity Building at the California Community Land Trust Network.


Isaac G. Bryan

Isaac G. Bryan represents California’s 55th Assembly District, which consists of Baldwin Hills, the Crenshaw district, Culver City, Ladera Heights, Mar Vista, Del Rey, Palms, Pico-Robertson, Beverly Grove, Mid-Wilshire, and parts of South Los Angeles.


Jarrett Tomás Barrios

Jarrett Tomás Barrios is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Community & Programmatic Initiatives at the California Community Foundation.


Aboubacar “Asn” Ndiaye

Aboubacar “Asn” Ndiaye is the Executive Director at the Northern California Land Trust.


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