February 15, 2018
February 15, 2018
18 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02108
Young Professionals' Brown Bag Lunch Series: Changing Patterns w/ Jim Campen, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus at UMass Boston and Dana LeWinter, Executive Director, MA Community and Banking Council
View the presentation HERE
Join us on February 15th as we continue to explore residential segregation in Boston, MA and Beyond. This second event dedicated to this topic will highlight the recently released report Changing Patterns XXIV.
We will have an opportunity to learn about how lending and mortgage practices in MA have affected neighborhood composition, and explore the state's ongoing battle with residential segregation through a historical lens.
This event is part of our The Still Segregated City Series. To learn more click HERE.
NOTE: Attendees are encouraged to attend the Innovation Forum on January 23rd 2018! The Innovation Forum will focus on the full Changing Patterns report and will provide additional background information on patterns of mortgage lending in the City of Boston, in Greater Boston, in Massachusetts.
About the Presenters:
Dana LeWinter is the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Community & Banking Council (MCBC). Prior to joining MCBC, Ms. LeWinter served as the City of Somerville’s Director of Housing within the Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development. Ms. LeWinter has also served as a Program Manager with Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA). Ms. LeWinter has a Masters degree in Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning from Tufts University and a Bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University.
Jim Campen, Ph.D, is a Professor Emeritus at Umass Boston. He has focussed his current research on public policy toward banking institutions. In particular, he has concentrated both on the analysis of bank performance in serving the needs of low- and moderate-income communities as mandated by the Community Reinvestment Act and on the design and evaluation of state and local policy measures aimed at promoting better bank performance.