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DeWitt (Dick) Jones is Executive Vice President of Boston Community Capital and President of BCC’s Boston Community Managed Assets and BCC Solar Energy Advantage (SEA) affiliates.  He has served as a member of BCC’s leadership team since it was established in 1985 and is also a director of the Boston Community Venture Fund and Boston Community Loan Fund. Dick leads and oversees BCC’s sustainable development activities, including its Energy Advantage Program, renewable energy initiatives under SEA, and WegoWise.

Elyse Cherry is Chief Executive Officer of Boston Community Capital, a sustainable $1 billion national nonprofit organization fighting for social and economic justice. Under her leadership, Boston Community Capital has leveraged $6 billion of public and private investment in underserved communities nationwide. Elyse helped found Boston Community Capital in 1984 as a member of its original Board of Directors and has been integrally involved in its development and growth from a start-up organization to what is, today, a national model for community investment.

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Donald and Sandra’s story

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average reduction of principal balance and monthly payments for foreclosure relief clients
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Helping to expand St. Mary’s Health Center in Washington, DC

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patients served in BCC funded healthcare facilities
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Investments with a double bottom line return

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states where WegoWise is benchmarking utility data
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