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February 4, 2010

Social Enterprise Program Launches Community and Real Estate Development Interest Group

The Social Enterprise Program, together with Columbia Business School alumni Keith Timko '02, Real Estate Advisory & Development Services (nonprofit real estate development firm), and Ben Kornfeind '05, Dunn Development Corporation, has launched a Community and Real Estate Development Interest Group.  The scope of the group is quite broad and will include discussion in areas at the intersection of:

•    Community development

•    Real estate development

•    Community development finance

•    Public and tax credit finance

•    Community efforts around energy efficiency and renewable energy

•    For-profit/non-profit partnerships in real estate

•    Urban planning

•    Philanthropy

The group will convene each quarter in person or by conference call.  After each meeting, notes with additional resources will be circulated as an added benefit to group members.

This Community and Real Estate Development Interest Group will initially target Columbia Business School alumni but will always welcome professionals outside of the School community with an interest in participating.  If you would like to join this group, please fill out the survey and one of the alumni ambassadors will get in touch with you.