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WHO WE ARE

PARTNERS Regina Austin FDIC

Nanette Battle Tax Consultant

Coalition for a Prosperous Mississippi (c is a grassroots advocacy group that builds networks of individuals, community groups, business entites, and educational institutions to provide technical assistance and mobilization of human and capital resources to address the social and economic conditions of low- to mederateincome families living in the state of Mississippi.

Beneta Bert Jackson Roadmap to Health Equity Project

Angela Boykin Boykin Media

Myra Bryant Mississippi Association of Cooperatives

Ben Burkett Mississippi Association of Cooperatives

WHAT WE DO CPM addresses public policy challenges through the development of specific strategies created to enable economically challenged people to accumulate long-term and practical assets such as savings, investments, homes, educational opportunities, and accrual of capital for retirement and estate building.and

Melinda R. Brassfield Tax Consultant

Tim Collins Mississippi Housing Partnership

Robert L. Jackson Quitman County Development Organization

C.J. Jones

HOW WE WORK CPM is partnered with the Southern Regional Asset Building Coalition (SRABC), an initiative of the Ford Foundation established to promote an inclusive asset-building policy agenda in the southern Black-Belt region.

Mississippi Faith-Based Coalition

Gena Gunn McClendon Center fof Social Development

Meredith McGee Heirs Investment Club

Wendell Paris Council of Federated Organizations, Inc.

We have developed strategic partnerships with faith-based organizations, legal professionals, financial institutions, social services agencies, institutions of higher learning, policy and thought leaders, healthcare agencies, and agricultual cooperatives committed to educating and empowering economically challenged individuals, families, and communities throughout the state of Mississippi.

Paheadra B. Robinson, Esq. Misissippi Center of Just ice

Karen Quay City of Jackson, MS

Lytanya Toomer, JD

CPM is headquartered in Jackson, MS. We are funded by private donations and grants from public and private foundations, partnerships with corporations, non-governmental organizations, and civic and religious groups

Mississippi Agricultural Mediation Program

Theresa Cheeks Wilson Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Memphis Branch

Warren Yoder Public Policy Center of Mississippi

LEADERSHIP Melbah M. Smith, State Director 233 Hamilton Steeet, Jackson, MS 39201 – 601-506-902 – www.prosperousmississippi.com

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