2:30 PM - 3:30 PM PDT

Charting a New Path for Economic Recovery and Racial Justice through Worker Ownership

Worker cooperatives are businesses democratically owned by their workers. During this unprecedented economic and social climate, BIPOC-led worker cooperative initiatives are demonstrating how these equitable business models can shape the next phase of the US economy. In this session, we will hear from ChiFresh Kitchen, a prepared meal business owned by formerly incarcerated workers; and Apis & Heritage, a Black-led private equity buy-out fund that transitions closely-held businesses with BIPOC workforces to worker ownership.

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Speakers

Camille Kerr

Co-founder, management consultant

ChiFresh Kitchen, LWCA

Edrinna Bryant

ChiFresh Kitchen

Todd Leverette

Co-Principal

Apis & Heritage Capital Partners

Alison Powers

Cooperative and Community Initiatives Manager

Capital Impact Partners

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