Nancy Stark is Senior Manager of Community Development Banking at Capital One, where she manages Capital One’s philanthropic relationships with nonprofit business development organizations across the Mid-Atlantic region. With grants and pro bono support from Capital One, these organizations help individuals – especially low-income individuals – to start and successfully grow businesses in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia.
Stark has a 35-year tenure in the community and economic development field. Before coming to Capital One, she directed Enterprise & Economic Development at the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) in Washington, D.C. Stark’s previous affiliations include the Rural Policy Research Institute, the National Center for Small Communities, and The Aspen Institute. She holds a M.S. in Public Financial Management from The American University and a B.S. in Community Organizing and Public Policy from Cornell University.
April 16, 2019
Industry News -
Under the new Farm Bill, farmers can receive up to $100,000 through multiple microloan programs that provide flexible access to credit for small, beginning, niche, and non-traditional farms.
April 10, 2019
Industry News -
CDFI Fund Releases Annual Report on Activities According to the report, CDFI program awardees reported more than $11 billion in lending and investment activity, which financed nearly 16,000 businesses in 2018.
April 2, 2019
Policy News -
SBA Administrator Linda McMahon has announced her resignation effective April 12th. In a statement issued on Friday, McMahon said she will be returning to the private sector.