The City of Miami elected to Co-Chair of CFE Coalition

Published on February 14, 2020

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Congratulations to the City of Miami’s very own, William Porro, Assistant Director of Human Services for being elected as Co-Chair for the National Cities Financial Empowerment Coalition (CFE Coalition). The CFE Coalition brings together pioneering city governments from across the U.S. that have begun to use their power and position to advance innovative financial empowerment initiatives. Porro is among the first seven founding members that helped create the CFE coalition over a decade ago. “It’s amazing to see the breadth and depth of its membership today and the work it has accomplished. Personally and professionally, I have also stayed true to the mission of connecting City of Miami residents and small businesses with the resources that are available to help improve their financial condition,” said Porro. The CFE Coalition’s 15 member cities representing almost 22 million people have made tangible, measurable commitments to supporting financial empowering programming, and both teach and learn from one another. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, represented by William Porro will co-chair the 2020 – 2021 term with the Mayor of the City of San Francisco and its representative.