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In 1979, when the Ford Foundation first conceived of LISC, it envisioned an “intermediary”—a smart and nimble non-profit that would connect hard-to-tap public and private resources with underinvested places and people working to access opportunities everyone of us deserves.
Over the past 40 years, LISC has evolved from a national non-profit lending arm of the Ford Foundation, to the largest independent nonprofit CDFI in the country, supporting initiatives and investments in housing, business, jobs, education, safety, and health.
Click here for a brief history of LISC National.
The LISC National board consists of representatives from banks, investment companies, foundations, and high-performing CDC partner organizations.
Click here to see the LISC National board members.
LISC operates under a large leadership team at the national level.
Click here to see the national leadership team.