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Creating an Environment for Co-op Growth: A Legislative and Policy Update Webinar
This webinar is a part of the Appalachia Cooperates Initiative facilitated by the CFAES Center for Cooperatives at Ohio State.

The past few years have seen a growth in cooperative development. Disappointment with traditional business models, search for innovation, support for local (development, control, ownership), financial and health crises – these are a few of the factors that have led to the creation of new cooperatives. In some states, these forces have also resulted in the adoption of different policies and even legislation to support cooperatives. Many of these cooperatives are multi-stakeholder, are worker-owned (but not always employee-owned), and accept investors (and some allow them to vote). Join us and Jacqueline Radebaugh to discuss some of these innovations in cooperative development. We’ll talk about limited cooperative associations, aspects of worker-ownership relating to immigrant and employee status, and why Colorado is becoming the Delaware of Cooperative Law™.

Jul 1, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jacqueline Radebaugh
Associate @Jason Wiener P.C.
Since 2017, Jacqueline has advocated on behalf of individuals of low- and moderate-income, women, people of color and other minority groups, neighborhood-based groups, to promote local sustainability, the solidarity economy, and community development strategies that seek lasting, transformational benefits to the local communities. Jacqueline collaborates with coop incubators, community-based organizations, and instigate conversations about community land trusts, cooperatives, and other shared equity ownership models. A Brazilian attorney since 2009, Jacqueline studied and practice law in a variety of places, advised US publicly traded companies in Brazil, nonprofits in France, with detours thru Geneva, New York City, and Austin-Texas.