This piece was written by Carole Leslie, one of the delegates to the symposium. Where she refers to EO, she is talking about employee ownership. This symposium was generously supported by three organizations and an individual. The Employee Ownership Foundation was our major sponsor and The Menke Group, Prairie Capital Advisors, and Steven Fischer gave
The Center on Business and Poverty has a separate non-profit called the Personal Finance Employee Education Fund (PFEEF), which focuses on assisting people as they take ownership of their financial well-being. Click above for more on PFEEF.
As part of accomplishing this mission, PFEEF recently won a $970,000 grant to help deliver proven
The 6th Annual Oxford Business and Poverty Conference, this one on housing, was held last week (July 27 – 28, 2022) in the Examination School at the University of Oxford, England. It brought together a diverse range of speakers addressing creative ways to meet the housing needs of low and moderate-income people, especially through mutuals