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Join us on December 16, 2014 from 6pm-9pm for our small business event. If you have ever wanted to start a business and did not know where to start, come to this event to learn more.



November 5, 2014

 
WASHINGTON  – Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) has received a $75,000 grant from NALCAB—National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders. This grant will support LEDC expand their revolving loan fund and general operation expenses. The additional capital will yield significant new opportunities for wealth building among low-income people, greater job creation
October 31, 2014

WASHINGTON  – After a nationwide search, Marla Bilonick has been named Executive Director of the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC).
 
Marla has been serving as Interim Executive Director of LEDC since May and has over 15 years of experience directing and developing economic development initiatives. Under her leadership, LEDC has continued to provide critical affordable

After calling Adams Morgan home for more than two decades, the Latino Economic Development Center (LEDC) relocated its DC office at 2316 18th Street NW to the WeWork Wonder Bread Factory in the Shaw neighborhood at 641 S Street NW. The move comes on the heels of recent changes to the organization.

“Our organization is growing and changing. As part of smart growth efforts, we are excited about

After calling Adams Morgan home for more than two decades, LEDC will relocate its DC office to the WeWork Wonderbread Factory in the neighborhood of Shaw.

The move will take place by the end of July. LEDC's new address in the District will be 641 S Street NW, Washington, DC 20001.  

Follow key updates by joining our community on Facebook and Twitter as we prepare for the move!

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Una Historia Exitosa

  • Our Story of Resilience +

    LEDC’s 2013 Annual Report, "Our Resilience," tells the story of how LEDC staff came together after a difficult transition in executive leadership to build the resilience of our community to reap the fruits of development Leer más
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