Carl Rist

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Template:TOCnestleft Carl Rist is a Durham, North Carolina activist. He is chair of Durham People's Alliance's Economic Equality Team and helped lead the group to launch the 2015 Durham Living Wage Project. Carl has spent over 20 years at the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), working on a variety of strategies to expand economic opportunity and help lower-income households build wealth. Presently, Mr. Rist is the Executive Director of the 1:1 Fund, CFED's newest social enterprise. The 1:1 Fund supports the college dreams of low-income children by ensuring that those dreams are matched with savings in the bank.


Durham People's Alliance 2016 board


The Durham People's Alliance Board, 2016.

Vernetta Alston, Eric Boven, John Davis, Kendra Montgomery-Blinn, DeDreana Freeman, Dabney Hopkins, Marion Johnson, Melissa Norton, Destini Riley, Carl Rist, Lanya Shapiro, Ryan Smith, Sondra Stein, Sara Terry, Magan Thigpen, Tommie Watson

Durham People's Alliance

Durham People's Alliance board as of 2015;[2]