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John Holdsclaw IV, President and CEO of Rochdale Capital Appears On Everything Co-op to Discuss the Importance of Community Ownership

John photoArlington, VA – (April 14, 2022) – National Cooperative Bank (NCB), a leading financial services company dedicated to providing banking products and services to cooperatives and socially responsible organizations nationwide is pleased to announce that John Holdsclaw IV, President and CEO of Rochdale Capital, will appear on Everything Co-op. Hosted by Vernon Oakes, Holdsclaw IV will discuss Rochdale Capital and the significance of community ownership. 

Tune in to WOL 1450 AM, 95.9 FM, and WOL Live Stream on April 14 at 10:30 am EDT to learn more about Rochdale Capital, an emerging non-profit community development loan fund providing financial and technical assistance to cooperative enterprises and community-based organizations.

Rochdale Capital was created to advance the development of community ownership and asset building in rural and urban distressed communities. “We look forward to working with National Cooperative Bank (NCB), and other Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) across the country on achieving this mission,” stated John Holdsclaw IV. Before Rochdale Capital, John served as Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at NCB.

In addition, John worked as director of policy and development at Capital Impact Partners, a national certified CDFI, where he developed and implemented the organization’s public policy strategy. John has also worked at the National Head Start Association, the only national organization dedicated solely to the Head Start program and community as grassroots coordinator and associate director of its government affairs division.

Mr. Holdsclaw currently serves on the board of trustees of Global Communities, board of directors of Groundswell, Partner for Common Good (CDFI), and American Bankers Association (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

Rochdale Capital hopes to be certified as a CDFI by the US Treasury later this year, thus joining the more than 1,200 private-sector organizations nationwide that attract capital from private and public sources.

Listen to the WOL Livestream here: https://woldcnews.com/listen-live/

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