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Nancy Biberman: 2006 James A. Johnson Fellow
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Published November 2006
Author Fannie Mae Foundation
Source Fannie Mae Foundation
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Nancy Biberman is one of the 2006 Fannie MAe Foundation's James A. Johnson Fellows.  She is the president and founder of the Women's Housing Economic Development Corporation (Bronx, N.Y.) , which works to create comprehensive programs and services to low-income families in Bronx, N.Y. and upper Manhatten. She is also a frequent contributor to publications and panels on housing, poverty, social enterprise, and the nonprofit sector.

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