Vice President, Center for Community & Economic Opportunity
Bob Giloth oversees Casey’s Center for Community & Economic Opportunity, which combines the Foundation’s economic opportunity and community change work. Prior to joining the Foundation in December 1993, he managed community development corporations in Baltimore and Chicago and was Deputy Commissioner of Economic Development under Mayor Harold Washington. Giloth has a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University. He edited Jobs and Economic Development: Strategies and Practice (Sage Publications, 1998), Workforce Intermediaries for the Twenty-first Century, (Temple University Press, 2004), and Workforce Development Politics: Civic Capacity and Performance, (Temple University Press, 2004).
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