Friday, February 22, 2013
I recently received word that Roger Clay, long-time president and CEO of Insight Center for Community Economic Development (formerly the National Economic Development and Law Center) in Oakland is stepping down. I worked for Roger almost a decade ago as a summer law clerk and had a great summer there. Insight is now looking for someone to fill Roger's shoes. This would be a tremendous opportunity to head a national community economic development organization for the right practitioner. Read more at the position announcement and position profile.
And best wishes to Roger on what's next!
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