Program Coordinator

Kiara Hardin

Kiara Hardin
With a Master of Science in Public Service Management from DePaul University, Kiara focuses on the social determinants of health by closing gaps in community infrastructure. She has experience supporting these goals via community outreach, partnership development and capacity building. Currently serving as the Program Coordinator at the SECC, Kiara will be coordinating and implementing the Neighborhood Enhancement Grant Program, supporting the Neighborhood Business Development Center and coordinating other community and economic development programs.
773-324-6926
1511 E 53rd St
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New Business Grant Opportunity from Comcast Rise

New Business Grant Opportunity from Comcast Rise

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Cook County Supports Small Businesses with Grow Grant

Cook County Supports Small Businesses with Grow Grant

Cook County Announces $71 Million Source Grow Grant Program to Help Historically Excluded Small Businesses in Pandemic Recovery The Cook…
SECC Convenes 4th Annual Economic Development Symposium

SECC Convenes 4th Annual Economic Development Symposium

CHICAGO (September 28, 2022) – The South East Chicago Commission (SECC) announced the 4th Annual SECC Regional Economic Development Symposium…
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