Thursday, May 13, 2021: Omaha 100 Incorporated has hired Malinda Williams as its Deputy Executive Director. With a Bachelors in Public Relations/Business and an Executive Master of Business Administration, Malinda is Founding Partner and Financial Advisor at MVEST Wealth Partners. Malinda has served as President of Urban League of Nebraska Young Professionals, Vice President of the Orangeburg Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals, Advisory Committee member of I Be Black Girl and as a board member of the Greater Durham Black Chamber of Commerce.

Malinda’s background includes relationship development and strategic partnerships, communications and marketing, business development, and financial management. Omaha 100 is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that provides mortgage loans to help increase homeownership opportunities for underserved markets and populations in the Omaha and Council Bluffs communities. Malinda says, “Empowering families to build financial capacity and achieve prosperity as they define it has been a passion of mine throughout my career. I am looking forward to doing my part to expand that impact with the Omaha 100, Incorporated organization by helping families gain increased access to affordable loans and leveraging homeownership to bridge the wealth gap and promote generational wealth in the greater Omaha area.” We appreciate her talents and passion for Omaha 100’s mission and enthusiastically welcome Malinda to the Omaha 100 Team.


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