FPP 2020 Northwest Florida/Panhandle Regional Roundtable: Community Conversations – Racial Wealth Disparity and Affordable Homes Inventory in the Region
December 2 @ 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM ESTFree
FPP 2020 Regional Roundtable:
From Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties
to Gadsden and Wakulla Counties,
and all points between, and More!
the Virtual Table”
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Central
Convening in the FPP Zoom Room
A Conversation Highlighting Racial Wealth Disparity and the Affordable Homes Inventory in the Florida Panhandle Region
As we, as community leaders and Financial Capability practitioners, look at the new post-COVID economy, there will be so many changes in the ways people tell their future “Financial Story.” These impending shifts, exaggerated by repetitive weather episodes in the region, are already generating an adverse impact on many elements of the local economy, and even more so on households and communities of color.
What resources are currently available, yet must be highlighted to heighten awareness for Panhandle residents?
What steps can we all take together to overcome the impending challenges in our communities, and in our local economy?
What more can be done to inspire a community-driven approach toward the best solutions for our shared future, one that is inclusive of all?
Join FPP, with D.C. Reeves, Chief Entrepreneur Officer of The Spring Entrepreneur Hub central to the sharing conversation, and all your peer community stakeholders as we convene in this Summit to engage in meaningful conversation that leads to even more meaningful resource-sharing, inspiration and outcomes.
Join this convening to be an active part of creating a better tomorrow for all in the Panhandle region of Florida.