Rhonda Binda to Speak at Potomac Coalition Policies and Politics for 2020
This Saturday, Venture Smarter Co-founder and Vice President of Policy, Rhonda Binda, will be participating as a panelist at the Potomac Coalition Retreat. A big part of the discussion centers around Wealth Building for Urban Americans. Among other officials and experts, Rhonda will focus on Housing and Tax Policies.
The retreat aims to develop a blueprint for 2018 and 2020 by understanding the political and public policy response to the economic cry of working and middle-class urban Americans. The retreat will take place on January 8-9 in Wilmington, DE at the Hotel DuPont.
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