Community Capital of Vermont has hired Abbey Salomon to join its team of experienced loan officers. With a background in consumer credit counseling, Salomon’s skill in debt management and financial education deepens the organization’s commitment and services to Vermont’s low-to-moderate-income entrepreneurs.
“Abbey is an important addition to the team as Community Capital works to streamline our loan process and provide customized lending to our incredible borrowers,” noted Community Capital Executive Director, Rich Grogan.
With a background working in Delaware’s gaming industry, Salomon’s experience defines her passion for entrepreneurship and community opportunity. “I’m delighted to be able to apply my skills directly to making a difference to Vermonters in business,” said Salomon.
Salomon is also skilled in accounting, defining processes and systems, and training and supervising employees. A lifelong advocate for women, Salomon is a graduate of Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Community Capital is a statewide, nonprofit community-based lending organization whose mission is to help small businesses and lower income entrepreneurs prosper by providing flexible financing and business advisory services. Community Capital loans range from $1,000 to $100,000 and may be used to start or grow a business. For more information on Community Capital of Vermont or to apply for a loan, please see www.communitycapitalvt.org.