Since I took my first economics class in eighth grade, I’ve been obsessed. I championed my favorite economists like an avid sports fan, tried not to bore my middle school pupils in the economics class I taught, was threatened with death by an angry voter in response to my political canvassing calls, and devoured the news. For years, building just and decentralized government and economic systems fascinated me.
Anna MitchellBuilding an Engineering Culture at Neighborly
Preserving historic music venues, building new waterfront bike lanes, supporting affordable housing, creating new public green spaces and adding a new fire truck are among the exciting public projects that Neighborly is supporting in 2017 as a result of the Neighborly Bonds Challenge.
Pitichoke ChulapamornsriMeet the Winners of the Neighborly Bonds Challenge
Hi, I’m Pitichoke, the new Director of Business Development at Neighborly. I previously worked for Goldman Sachs as a senior analyst in the Private Equity Group and recently graduated with a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. I am excited to be part of the Neighborly team for three reasons:
Want to apply? See neighborly.com/challenge for more information.
New to Neighborly? Watch this first.What is Neighborly?Neighborly is a San Francisco based firm, and provides underwriting services through its registered broker dealer subsidiary, Neighborly Securities. Neighborly leverages its financial technology focus to deliver an enhanced connection between states and localities to investors in their communities. Neighborly is not a municipal advisor.Do I have to have a project ready to finance?No. You may apply without a project. However, please indicate the type of projects that you are considering. For instance, if you want to submit an infrastructure project, but are not sure which specific project you would like to fund, indicate “TBD - Infrastructure” in the Project Description.
Ever wanted to know how much your city borrowed for its last infrastructure project? Or what attendance trends are doing in your local school district? Or who advises your water district on their financing needs?