Kseniya Benderskaya

Kseniya Benderskaya

Kseniya joined the Boston Fed after completing her master’s in urban planning at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Her professional and academic interests focus on economic resurgence of post-industrial cities, neighborhood stabilization, and household financial stability. Kseniya is leading the implementation of the pilot round of the Working Cities Challenge, a Fed-organized competition that aims to foster economic development and collaborative leadership in smaller Massachusetts cities. Kseniya received her bachelor’s from Duke University in 2011.

Kseniya Benderskaya

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How Strong is Your Civic Infrastructure? The Boston Fed Wants to Know.

How do you know when a city’s civic infrastructure needs improvement? And what can be done? The Boston Fed is asking asking the people who know their cities best. In 2008, our colleagues at the Boston Fed set out to learn what it takes for smaller, postindustrial cities to achieve resurgence after years of decline. They started by examining the …

Collective Impact #ToolBox: Hiring Initiative Directors

Hiring for the unique job of leading a collective impact initiative can be complicated. These tips and lessons learned from current initiative directors can help! The Collective Impact #ToolBox is a series of blogs featuring simple, practical tools that members of cross-sector partnerships can use to support their day to day work. Building a collaboration is much like raising a …

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