Deputy Agriculture Under Secretary Outlines Job Creation Programs During a Meeting with Faith-Based OrganizationsBy
I had the privilege recently of spending time with people who are committed to improving their neighborhoods and communities. On September 22nd, the White House hosted a symposium on promoting economic recovery and job creation through Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships (FBNP). Faith and community leaders from across the nation joined together to learn what the Federal Government is doing to support economic development by working in partnership with faith based and community organizations.
The symposium began with remarks by Joshua DuBois, Executive Director of FBNP, and SBA Deputy Administrator Marie Johns. Participants received an overview of how government agencies are working with faith-based and community organizations to support economic development and create jobs. Read more »