Community Reinvestment Fund, USA’s (CRF) Anisha Murphy, director of community advancement, has been featured in a Star Tribune article written by Todd Nelson. The article describes Anisha’s role in the community and highlights her passion for promoting equitable economic development in the Twin Cities.
“Anisha’s expertise and leadership experience is a valuable asset to CRF as we further our commitment to community engagement and impact.” Says Keith Rachey, senior vice president and chief impact officer.
Read the Star Tribune article written by Todd Nelson to learn more about Anisha and her work to support underinvested communities in the Twin Cities.
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CRF is committed to creating systemic change in the communities where we work through a combination of financial sophistication and personal compassion. We work side-by-side with community stakeholders and partner organizations to create a more fair, responsive, and accessible community finance ecosystem. As a direct small business lender, we also provide small business financing to small business owners in need of responsible and ethical capital so that they can grow and create jobs.
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