Teresa Lynch

Director of Research, ICIC

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Director of Research for ICIC (Initiative for a Competitive Inner City), a think-tank and advocacy organization that pushes for private sector investment in inner cities.

Teresa Lynch on KCRW

Barack and Michelle Obama have promised to get involved in their new community, and the President says there are two Washington DC’s.

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