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REI Tour Mayor's Leadership Academy
2010, Chicago
 
 

With generous support from the IRS, our annual REI Tour Mayor’s Leadership Academy provides a forum for tax coalition representatives from around the country to gather and exchange best-practices to foster a united, coordinated effort to further real economic impact, nationwide. Visit the archive for a list of past Mayor's Leadership Academies.

 

REI Tour's 5th Annual Mayor's Leadership Academy - Building Inclusive Communities of Practice: Be Bold, Embrace Difference, Improve Lives

 
 
Fifth Annual Mayor’s Leadership Academy
Chicago, Illinois
November 3 and 4, 2010
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

 

The 5th Annual REI Tour Mayor's Leadership Academy was held in Chicago and we were very grateful to Mayor Richard Daley and his staff for making this opportunity available. The purpose of the Academy is to establish an expanded peer support system led by the Mayors and EITC coalitions that compliments and enriches community-based initiatives such as the Real Economic Impact Tour. The Tour now going into its seventh year is providing a real “gateway” to asset building opportunities for taxpayers with disabilities.

Thank you to our title sponsor, Walmart, for their generous support of this 2010's conference, and to Kaye Scholer, LLC, Amerigroup Foundation, the National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions, Protected Tomorrows and the Center for Economic Progress for their support.

 

 
Download 5th Annual REI Tour Mayor's Leadership Academy Materials
 
 
Event Program (includes Agenda and Full Descriptions of Breakout Sessions)
PDF (640kb)
 
 
Bios for All Speakers and Panelists
PDF (255kb)
 
 
Participant List
PDF (139kb)
 
 
Powerpoints
Johnette Hartnett, NDI
 
 
Don Dill, IRS SPEC
 
 
Andrea Levere, CFED
 
 
Louisa Quittman, Dept. of the Treasury
 
 
Karen Hamilton, Southeast ADA Center
 
 
Karen Harris, Shriver Center
 
 
Dr. Jane Burke-Miller, University of Illinois at Chicago Center on Mental Health Services Research and Policy

Disability Etiquette (1.5mb)
Marlene Harmon-Perkins, United Spinal Association
 
 
Cindy Gilstrap, CCH Small Firm Services, TaxWise

Opportunities for Asset Building with Matched Savings Accounts (578kb)
Peter Stahl, Community Enterprises Corporation

Asset Development Programs for People in Mental Health Recovery (1mb)
Dr. Judith Cook, Center on Mental Health Services Research and Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
 
Other Documents
 
 
 
 
 
SSI - SSDI Glossary (61kb, Word)
 
 
 
 
 
Sponsorship of the 2010 REI Tour Mayor's Leadership Academy Provided By
 
 
Title Sponsor
Walmart
Evening Reception Sponsor
 
Refreshment Break Sponsor
 
Amerigroup Foundation
Friend
 
The Federation Protected Tomorrows
In-Kind Sponsor
 
Center for Economic Progress