Synthia Jaramillo

Albuquerque’s New Economic Development Director: A Familiar Face

Thema Blog, Policy Change, Racial Equity

By City Alive staff | February 7, 2018 By City Alive staff | February 15, 2018 By City Alive staff | February 15, 2018 Mayor Tim Keller announced Synthia Jaramillo as the City’s next Economic Development Director. A familiar face to City Alive, Synthia’s new role will continue to align efforts around homegrown job creation and racial and income equity …

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What is Co-op Capital?

Thema Blog, Capital and Financing, Co-Op Capital, Racial Equity

By Sandra Ortsman | February 15, 2018 By Sandra Ortsman | February 15, 2018 By Sandra Ortsman | February 15, 2018 What is the goal of Co-op Capital when it comes to entrepreneurs? Co-op Capital expands access to affordable loans. Many promising entrepreneurs in Albuquerque face barrier after barrier in securing capital to start or expand their businesses. Co-op Capital …

Synthia Jaramillo

Changing ABQ’s Approach to Latinos in Tech

Thema Blog, Racial Equity, Talent and Skill Development

By City Alive Staff | January 23, 2018 By City Alive Staff | January 23, 2018 By City Alive Staff | January 23, 2018 The number of Latino-owned businesses is reshaping the national economy. The Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative reports that growth in the number of Latino-owned firms in the United States is outpacing other firms. In fact, the State …

Four Years in Review – A Hard Look at the Data

Thema Blog, Data, Talent and Skill Development

By Robin Brulé, Chief Strategist, City Alive | December 12, 2017 By Robin Brulé, Chief Strategist, City Alive | December 12, 2017 By Robin Brulé, Chief Strategist, City Alive | December 12, 2017 City Alive is focused on accelerating job creation and economic mobility through innovation and entrepreneurship with long-term goals of: We chose these goals because they indicate strong …