Impact Economy Research Roundup
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Marvin Turner is a strategy executive based in the Washington, DC area. He currently serves as area director of a Federal agency which provides overall leadership of four divisions totaling an annual grant output of $1.2 billion and a $46 billion in mortgage insurance in force. Marvin works with community-based organizations and developers interested in transforming lives. Marvin developed his expertise in strategy, finance and mergers and acquisitions at Fortune 500 Companies (Ticker Symbols CI, PRU, CNA, and VZ) before being recruited to C-Suite positions in the middle market, including five years as chief executive officer and two years as chief financial officer.
Marvin has mentored over 30 start-ups and has served on several nonprofit, government, startup and corporate boards. He is a board member or advisory board member for the National Black MBA Association, the Institute for Sustainable Investing, the National Financial Educators Council and the George Washington University School of Business and former chairman of the HUD Federal Credit Union. Marvin is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, the Private Directors Association and a Professional Director with the American College of Corporate Directors. He is an Audit Committee Financial Expert.
Marvin received a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, an MBA from the George Washington University and his BBA from Howard University and is a frequent lecturer on finance, entrepreneurship and wealth. A lifelong learner, he is a graduate of executive programs at the Wharton School and the Kennedy School of Government.