Daniel Delehanty has been a leader in the field of community development for over 20 years. Delehanty launched his career international development at Trickle Up, where he led microenterprise efforts in Africa before serving as Deputy Executive Director. Later, he turned his attention to community development in the U.S., where he served as Deputy Executive Director with the Business Outreach Center Network in Brooklyn.
Delehanty later transitioned to the public sector, serving as the Director of the Community Affairs Unit at the New York State Department of Financial Services. There, he focused on facilitating partnerships between banks and community groups related to affordable housing, financial education, and small business development. He also spearheaded the Banking Development District Program, which focused on bringing banking services to underserved areas.
In 2006, Daniel returned to the private sector as a Senior Director on Capital One’s Community Development Banking team, where he was responsible for community ans small business development activities nationally and regionally. In 2016, Daniel joined BNB Bank as CRA Officer and Director of Community Development.
A resident of Queens, NY, Delehanty is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of SUNY at Stony Brook and attended graduate school at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs.
February 12, 2019
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