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Enterprise Community Partners hosted U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) Housing Ecosystem Development Grantees at an in-person public event and roundtable discussion highlighting resources, shared learnings, and challenges faced by affordable housing developers on the islands.
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Enterprise today announced that human resources veteran Shawn Talley has joined the organization as Chief Human Resources Officer. Based in Columbia, Md., Talley will lead all aspects of human resources at Enterprise, including talent acquisition, career development, and DEI.
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New York Building Resilient Futures
Three grants to create low-income housing were awarded Tuesday by Enterprise Community Partners with $400,000 from the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York.
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise) is launching a comprehensive 12-month course to provide an overview of housing development and finance topics to 15 CLT volunteers, board members, and staff across New York State with the goal of equipping them to meaningfully participate in housing development and operations. When equipped with the tools to understand development processes, analysis of joint venture opportunities, and housing operations, CLTs will be better positioned to steward permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing.
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Enterprise seeks consultants to undertake training and one-on-one technical assistance for the New York State Community Land Trust (CLT) Training Series with the support of Enterprise.
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Enterprise announced that former cabinet official and national housing leader Shaun Donovan will serve as its next chief executive officer and president, effective September 1.
New York Faith-Based Development
Enterprise hosted New York City faith leaders at an in-person public event highlighting development resources, shared learnings, and challenges for faith organizations.