Tom Manning is the Director of Capital Access Programs for the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), a not-for-profit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). He has been with PCDC since the inception of its programs in 1994 and is responsible for PCDC’s various financing programs, which have created investment of over $260 million in health care facilities with capacity to serve 575,000 people in New York State’s medically underserved communities. He is the financial advisor for a federal loan guarantee program for health care investments and has served as an advisor to foundations and other organizations launching community health efforts in several states and localities, including California and Washington, D.C. PCDC received the national Social Compact Award in 1999 and received Wachovia Excellence Awards from the Opportunity Finance Network in 2001 and 2007. Mr. Manning is a mayoral appointee to the Board of the NYC Residential Mortgage Insurance Corporation (REMIC) and sits on the Board of Visiting Nurse Regional Corp. Prior to joining PCDC, Mr. Manning developed affordable housing for the City of New York and directed a State tax-exempt bond program. He has a BA in East Asian Studies and an MBA in Finance and Non-Profit Management from Columbia University.