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National Community Reinvestment Coalition Washington, DC

NCRC operates a variety of business development initiatives that support business ownership and entrepreneurship among people of color and women. We… Glassdoor

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National Community Reinvestment Coalition Washington, DC

NCRC represents its 600 member organizations before Congress, federal regulatory agencies and the press. NCRC routinely testifies before the U.S… Glassdoor

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National Community Reinvestment Coalition Washington, DC

NCRC offers free foreclosure prevention and first time homebuyer counseling services. Current or prospective homeowners receive assistance from our… Glassdoor

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National Community Reinvestment Coalition Washington, DC

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National Community Reinvestment Coalition Reviews

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John Taylor
8 Ratings

    Highly dysfunctional management; unhappy employees trying to do good work

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    I worked at National Community Reinvestment Coalition full-time


    Housing Counseling group does excellent work helping many families keep their homes. Some programs helping low to moderate income people have a level playing field in the purchase of a home are excellent. Women's business center is impressive as is the Minority business center. Generally employees are trying to do good work; management is self-aggrandizing and out-of-touch.


    Management by bullying; lack of transparency in dealing with the board and funders; lack of follow-through on completing funded projects; few accomplishments in making banking changes for the betterment of low and middle income people. Foundations are concerned that NCRC is non-collaborative and they are correct.

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    Be transparent with the board and membership on sources of income -- most of the funding comes from banks.

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