This is a selection of recent appearances by Lisa Mensah, the President and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network (OFN).
Watch Lisa Mensah, Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.), and other prominent business leaders explore the future of diversity in small business, the challenges minority-owned businesses often face in raising capital and how government and the private sector can work to keep these critically important enterprises thriving.
Lisa Mensah joins host Monique Aiken to reflect on Juneteenth, community lending, and today’s opportunity for a just reconstruction.
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Lisa Mensah, President and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network, joined Vice President Kamala Harris, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Chairwoman Maxine Waters, and Senator Mark Warner in announcing a federal award of $1.25 billion to more than 800 community lenders in an effort to speed the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Lisa Mensah — president and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network — was invited to speak during the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship's hearing, "The Paycheck Protection Program: Performance, Impact, and Next Steps."
Lisa Mensah, president and CEO of Opportunity Finance Network, discusses economic and community development finance institutions (CDFIs), finance justice, and ways the Biden-Harris Administration can support CDFIs to "finance hope" and help struggling communities build back stronger.
In this webinar, Shena Ashley of Urban Institute, Melanie Audette of Mission Investors Exchange, Lisa Mensah of Opportunity Finance Network, and Fran Seegull of The U.S. Impact Investing Alliance will reveal public policy recommendations that can best leverage private capital for public good, and the roles foundations can take to advance these policies for a just and equitable recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch what OFN President and CEO, Lisa Mensah, and three other national CDFI leaders have to say about how a renewed focus on racial equity is changing their work, the practice of community development, and the public policy agenda.
This recap from The Atlantic's roundtable held in November 2020, and underwritten by Google, features insights from OFN President and CEO Lisa Mensah, along with academic leaders, policymakers, and economic experts from across the nation.
OFN President and CEO, Lisa Mensah joined the "What Does It Profit?" podcast to discuss the role of money and CDFIs in fighting for justice in the U.S. and the unlikely partners that can play a crucial part in bringing about a brighter future for underestimated communities.
OFN President and CEO Lisa Mensah welcomes participants to OFN’s annual conference and talks about the long march to finance justice.