Inclusive Economy London & Region is a coalition of organizations that want to see the regional economy succeed without leaving anyone behind. That includes integrating local economic development, poverty reduction, and green

initiatives into clear and manageable strategies.

We are drawing inspiration from other jurisdictions that are successfully rejuvenating their local economy in ways that create jobs and hope for marginalized and disadvantaged people—initiatives that draw on the economic

power of local anchor institutions and align mission, investments, and community wellbeing.


Partner organizations:

Inclusive Economy London and Region is directed by a leadership group made up of the following people and organizations: Michelle Quintyn - Goodwill Industries; Michael Courey - London Poverty Research Centre; Andre Vashist - Pillar Nonprofit Network; Michelle Baldwin - Pillar Nonprofit Network; Sister Sue Wilson - Sisters of St. Joseph; Trish Hennessy - Upstream; Sarah Middleton - United Way Elgin Middlesex; Terry Off; Bob Siskind.

Members of our ecosystem who have helped shape our approach:

Libro Credit Union, Lerners Law Firm, Ontario Cooperative Association, St. Joseph Health Centre, London Health Sciences Centre, Impact Consulting, Reimar Group, Over 55 London, VERGE Capital, London Economic Development Corporation, King’s University College, Western University, London District Catholic School Board, Employment Sector Council, London Community Foundation, London Food Bank, London Environmental Network, Centre for Environment and Sustainability - Western University, Legacy Leadership Lab - University of Waterloo, Project Equity, Democracy Collaborative, City of London, London Middlesex Community Housing, ATN Access, London Community Foundation, Atkinson Foundation.

This project was made possible by the Atkinson Foundation.

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