Majora Carter is a real estate developer, urban revitalization strategy consultant, and a MacArthur Fellow and Peabody Award winning broadcaster. She is responsible for the creation and successful implementation of numerous economic developments, green-infrastructure projects, policies, job training's, and placement systems.
Carter combines her corporate consulting practice, focused on reducing Brain Drain in American low-status communities with her firsthand experience pioneering sustainable economic development in one of America's most storied low-status communities: the South Bronx. Her approach harnesses capital flows resulting from American re-urbanization among all ages, races, and income levels, to help increase wealth-building opportunities across demographics left out of this historic financial tide change. Her work produces produce long-term fiscal benefits for government and leading private real estate developments.
Her ability to shepherd teams through difficult socio-economic conflict has garnered a very long list of awards and honorary PhDs. Majora has served on the boards of the US Green Building Council and the Andrew Goodman Foundation, and she is quoted in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum of African-American History and Culture in DC: "Nobody should have to move out of their neighborhood to live in a better one”.
Majora Carter has helped connect tech-industry pioneers such as Etsy, Gust, FreshDirect, Google, and Cisco to diverse communities at all levels.
Majora has continually set new standards of excellence with projects in her South Bronx community, while expanding her reach through business interests that have all pointed toward greater self-esteem and economic potential for low-income people everywhere.
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