Your Five Top Reads for June
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1. Five Facts About Enterprise Community Partners CEO Priscilla Almodovar
Priscilla Almodovar has been named CEO of Enterprise Community Partners, following a unanimous vote by the board of trustees. As a former Enterprise trustee, Priscilla will lead the organization through our next strategic planning process, strengthen our long-standing commitment to healthy communities and produce industry-leading impact investment tools and programs.
2. Our 2018 Annual Report: Meet the "Mayor of the Overlook"
Grace Whitmire is a proud resident living at the Overlook at Oxon Run. Ms. Whitmire’s involvement and advocacy in her neighborhood have earned her the unofficial title of “Mayor of the Overlook.” As a Washington, D.C. native, her connection to the city inspires her to take action and motivate other residents to take advantage of their community's health and wellness resources.
3. Vote for Our SOCAP Session “Telling the Impact Story”
We entered a session pitch for the SOCAP2019 conference on marketing impact investing to the world – and we need your help to get our session selected. SOCAP (Social Capital Markets) convenes ideas and capital to catalyze world change through market-based solutions. Cast your vote for our session today.
4. Together, We're Building the Community We All Want
In 2018, Enterprise helped create or preserve more than 55,000 homes in more than 450 cities, and our solutions and innovative programs in neighborhoods across the country connected even more families to opportunity. We made a significant impact in the fight for critical funding, we’re strengthening climate resilience through collaborative partnerships and we’re working toward building a more inclusive Enterprise.
5. A Glance at the Updated Opportunity360 Housing Stability Profiles
Our updated Housing Stability Profiles provide an in-depth, custom analysis of the demographics, affordability, supply gap and other critical data related to housing in your specific geography. Learn about the impacts of housing stability on a local level, gain insight on residents' experiences and even analyze how affordable housing is impacting vulnerable families.