Get in the Opportunity Zone
On Tuesday, April 23, join Pace University and President Marvin Krislov for an informative conference about lifting underserved communities with targeted investments.
On Tuesday, April 23, influential members of the financial, not-for-profit, and government communities will visit our New York City Campus as Pace University and President Marvin Krislov host the Opportunity Zone Conference, a half-day conference promoting investments in low-income communities.
The event will feature keynotes from President Marvin Krislov; Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.; President and CEO, Partnership for New York City Kathryn Wylde; as well as several panel discussions, including one moderated by Lubin Associate Professor Imran Chowdhury, PhD.
Opportunity Zone Conference
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
7:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Registration is free for Pace faculty, staff, and students!
To reserve your seat and to view the complete schedule, please visit the Opportunity Zone Conference webpage.
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