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Did You Miss A Recent Webinar?
If you missed “How the New Mexico ERB Prioritizes for Success in the Age of COVID-19,” be sure to visit NCTR’s webinar archive page to view all past presentations.
NCTR Member Fairview Capital’s 2020 Market Review of Woman and Minority-Owned Private Equity and Venture Capital Firms
The universe of woman and minority-owned private equity and venture capital firms maintained its persistent growth rate through one of the most turbulent years in recent memory. Now numbering over 500 firms, this group continued its rapid growth with a record number of firms raising capital and Fairview tracking over 230 woman and minority-owned firms in the market in 2020, a 26% increase from the prior year.
CalSTRS Latest Research: ” The People Behind California Public Education: A Demographic Study of CalSTRS Members”
CalSTRS has published its latest research, “The People Behind California Public Education: A demographic study of CalSTRS members.” This is the result of an extensive demographic survey conducted with its members at the end of the 2019 school year.