The TUCC-Gary Financial Education Ministry is inviting the public to attend a powerful presentation on “Diversity and Dollars Structural Racism and Money” by Renaye Manley at 1:45 p.m. on April 23, 2017 at Trinity United Church of Christ – Gary, 1276 W. 20th Ave. in Gary.
Renaye Manley has held staff positions in national unions for over 20 years. She currently serves as Deputy Director for the Service Employees International Union Capital Stewardship department and serves as a Deputy Trustee for the SEIU $2 billion pension fund. In this position, she works with pension trustees, investment professionals and union leaders around the engagement of multi-billion dollar union and public pensions.
Manley currently leads the un-ion’s efforts on “Diversity and Dollars,” an initiative to increase racial, ethnic and gender diversity in the capital markets. She serves as a member the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s advisory board on Small Business, Agriculture and Labor, a post she has held since 2013. She also serves as an advisory committee member of the Harvard Trustee Leadership Forum, based in Cambridge Massachusetts.
Prior to her job at SEIU, Renaye worked for Interfaith Worker Justice, a community/labor collaboration, coordinating work with national unions and denominations on issues of workplace justice. She served as a Midwest Field Representative for the AFL-CIO for a number of years, working in the Midwest on strategic union initiatives. She is a graduate of Indiana University and holds an MBA from Western Governor’s University.
Rev. Dr. John E. Jackson is the pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ-Gary.