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Black Women Navigating Leadership - 3.31.2021
Join the City Treasurer, Melissa Conyears-Ervin and President of Chicago State University, Zaldwaynaka "Z" Scott in a conversation on black women in leadership. Hosted by Dorthy Tucker of CBS 2 - Click Here to Check Out "Black Women in Leadership"
HOPE Inside: Plan Your Financial Journey - 5.5.2021
A Free Workshop that covers the basics of Credit, Money Management, and Budgeting. - Click here to check out the workshop on-demand now!
HOPE Inside Workshop - 5.12.2021
While identity theft can happen to anyone, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk. - Click here to register for this upcoming workshop now!
HOPE Inside: Retirement Planning for Freedom - 5.19.21
Are you a 1st time homebuyer? Facing Foreclosure? Or looking for rental assistance? This is the workshop for you! - Click here to register for this upcoming workshop now!
Eliminating Systemic Racism in Banking – details from City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin on Friday’s Juneteenth Virtual Roundtable Discussion
June 18, 2020
Melissa Conyears - Ervin, Chicago City Treasurer
"It's essential that we provide some relief for the businesses and working families, especially those in the under-resourced and disinvested communities that are hurting right now"
In May 2019, Melissa Conyears-Ervin made history when she was sworn in as City Treasurer for the City of Chicago, the first African American woman ever to be elected to the position without prior appointment. As City Treasurer, she is committed to using a positive, results-oriented approach with city departments. She will work to restore the public’s trust in government–good government–that works for the people and apply an equity lens to all of the office's programs and outreach. She will audit every department every year to cut waste and root out fraud and mismanagement, as well as to recommend modernization tactics and best practices that could result in millions of dollars of savings annually.