Joined 2 years ago
Chris Shaffner is the senior vice president of the Water and Community Facilities division at CoBank, a national cooperative bank serving vital industries across rural America by providing loans, leases, export financing, and other financial services in all 50 states. Chris oversees the strategic growth and management of CoBank’s water infrastructure lending, rural healthcare investments, and rural equity funds. Before joining CoBank, Chris held various leadership positions in both public and private organizations, including heading Manhattan borough operations for the New York City Housing Authority.
18 months ago
The coronavirus pandemic forces us to take a hard look at many aspects of society, which has led to some uncomfortable discoveries. A lack of trust in water supplies is on that list.
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