1:30 p.m. | TUESDAY, August 25th

The August 25th webinar featured Dannielle Lewis of Wipfli, whose accounting expertise has guided numerous opportunity zone projects from concept to reality.


Dannielle Lewis is MNOppCo’s go-to accounting expert on opportunity zones. We have relied on her expertise for many of our sessions, and this time, we’ll dive deeper into her wealth of information on qualified opportunity zone businesses. This is your chance to dig deep into the mechanics of opportunity zones and ask your questions on how to make a deal work.
Dannielle Lewis is a senior manager in the tax practice, focused on serving clients in the construction and real estate industry. She leads Wipfli’s team of Qualified Opportunity Zone specialists and is a frequent speaker on this topic. She also advises clients on complex tax transactions involving partnership interest exchanges or business sales. Dannielle stays up to date on the ever-changing tax laws and recognizes opportunities for new and potential clients to help save and structure their funds. She leverages her proactive planning and advising to ensure clients reach their goals and are successful.
MNOppCo hosts statewide Best Practices webinars for those interested in learning more about opportunity zones. AND mark your calendars for the next webinar! The remaining webinar schedule for 2020 is as follows:
  1. October 15, 1:30 PM
  2. December 15, 1:30 PM
Participation in the webinars is free but requires registration. Once you register, you will receive a Zoom link with calendar information. The webinar registration for each event is posted on each event’s page here:

The Minnesota Opportunity Collaborative is a partnership that seeks to inspire investment in designated Opportunity Zones. It brings together developers, investors, businesses, and community development entities to host a statewide project and site directory and share best practices.

Thank you to our founding partners! 

The Minnesota Opportunity Collaborative is powered by The Northspan Group, Inc. & Community Exchange, and funded in part by the Opportunity Zone Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.