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CEO Coffee with Peg Moertl

Date:
January 25, 2019
Time:
7:15 am - 8:30 am
Venue:
The Baldwin
Address:
655 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States

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The CEO Coffee series features an in-depth and informal discussion led by a key industry figure in the community. As the preeminent multi-disciplinary real estate forum in southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky, ULI Cincinnati facilitates and encourages the open exchange of ideas, information and experience among local leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places. These members-only discussions are designed to give an intimate group of executives from the greater Cincinnati area the chance to hear from a community-based leader with first-hand experience.

Our conversation on January 25 will be with Peg Moertl, HCDC, Inc.

Meet our featured CEO, Peg Moertl. Peg is the President and CEO of HCDC, Inc., starting with the organization in April of 2018. She came to HCDC from PNC Bank, where she served as Senior Vice President of Community Development Banking for nearly 15 years, leading teams responsible for community development loans/investments, grant-making and sponsorships, along with increasing small business lending in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods using creative bank-community partnerships.

Peg also was Director of Development at the City of Cincinnati, Executive Director of Women Entrepreneurs, Inc., and helped develop the region’s first microloan program. She’s served on boards of numerous community development and human service agencies including the Greater Ohio Policy Center, Urban League, Cincinnati Development Fund, Urban Land Institute, Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation, and Strategies to End Homelessness.

Peg’s background has allowed her to be well-prepared to lead HCDC and its three-focused program areas. Her past work with small businesses fits well with the HCDC Business Center, which houses more than 80 startup companies. Her previous economic development work through community development gives her a good background for leading HCDC’s Economic Development Office. Additionally, Peg’s banking background at PNC meshes with HCDC’s SBA lending segment.

This is a member’s only free event with a seating limit of 35.

Location
The Baldwin Apartments’ Community Room
655 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati OH 45202

Agenda
7:15 AM – Coffee and Networking
7:30 AM – Program
8:30 AM – Conclusion

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