Bridging the Gap: Building a Community of Financial Well-being


2017 AFCPE® Research and Training Symposium


AFCPE Pre-Symposium and FTA: Monday, November 13 - Wednesday, November 15
AFCPE Symposium: Wednesday, November 15 - Friday, November 17
Schedule Subject to Change

Lillian Singh is Director of the Racial Wealth Divide Initiative at Prosperity Now. She is a vibrant leader with established capabilities in partnership management, project design, program implementation and fundraising. She works with the Racial Wealth Divide team to strengthen Prosperity Now's outreach and partnership with communities of color and advance the organization's racial wealth divide analysis. Previously, Mrs. Singh served as the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the NAACP National Economic Department. She directed alliances with external allies cross the corporate, private, government and nonprofit sectors-to advance economic equity goals. With respect to program management, she oversaw economic education initiatives focused on grassroots organizing and grasstops engagement, connecting NAACP state and local affiliates with corporate, private and national nonprofit partners. Mrs. Singh directed three community economic development program initiatives that promoted asset development in low- to moderate-income African-American communities across the country. In addition, she spearheaded fundraising efforts, including grant proposals and competitive grant competitions, to secure the annual revenue budget. Mrs. Singh has experience working at the intersections of research, policy and practice. Prior to the NAACP, she worked at the D.C. Children Youth Investment Trust Corporation (CYITC), a nonprofit organization working to increase the quality, quantity and accessibility of services for children, youth and families. There, she provided grant management and research support. She also worked at Child Trends, a leading research organization where she led applied research projects, and at Symphonic Strategies, a full-service research, training and consulting firm, where she provided capacity building and technical assistance to nonprofit service providers. Mrs. Singh holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning and Master of Arts in Sociology, both from Stanford University.



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