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Elyse Cherry CEO BlueHub Capital

By Charlotte Robinson, November 09, 2018
The Commonwealth Institute & the Boston Globe Magazine have recognized BlueHub Capital as one of the Top 100 Women-led businesses in Massachusetts. This is the fifth year in a row that CEO Elyse Cherry & BlueHub Capital have been recognized. The honor was announced at an awards breakfast hosted by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI). TCI is a nonprofit, community-based organization that promotes the success of women business owners & business leaders. Elyse Cherry CEO BlueHub Capital stated, “BlueHub Capital is honored to be included again as one of the Top100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts. Hats off to our sister honorees! Onward!” Elyse Cherry has earned national recognition for her groundbreaking work attacking the foreclosure crisis through an innovative combination of private and public dollars. She's an important voice in the Massachusetts LGBTQ community as the former chair of MassEquality & one of the few women running a major financial institution. As CEO of BlueHub Capital Elyse has overseen the investment of over $900 million into low-income communities. BlueHub Capital formerly known as Boston Community Capital is a national mission-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to building healthy communities where low-income people live & work. Their mission has not changed since they began in the mid-1980’s but their footprint has from their early focus on Boston’s neighborhoods, to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts & then to the United States. BlueHub Capital remains true to their mission & values while embracing expanded geography.
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