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Policy Gulf Coast Preservation & Production
In the Clarion-Ledger, Enterprise's Adrienne Norwood and Robin Wolff write about the need for Congress to pass the Rural Housing Service Reform Act.
Rocky Mountain Building Resilient Futures
The Rocky Mountain Climate Resilience Academy marks Enterprise's fifth regional, cohort learning opportunity for owners, operators, and developers of multifamily affordable housing. Apply by September 27, 2023.
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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.
Ohio Racial Equity Justice Involved Homes Upward Mobility
Enterprise has initiated a Request for Proposals (RFP) process to select a consultant to complete a landscape assessment of its Housing as a Pathway to Justice Program in Ohio and develop a strategic approach to technical assistance that will help justice housing partners provide access to additional housing units and housing-related services.
Development, Property Management & Resident Services Mid-Atlantic Preservation & Production Green Communities
Enterprise has successfully closed on the acquisition and financing of Edgewood 611 Apartments and three adjacent buildings on the Edgewood Commons campus in Northeast Washington, D.C.
Southeast Preservation & Production Faith-Based Development
Enterprise is bringing the Faith-Based Development Initiative (FBDI) Technical Assistance cohort program to Atlanta and South Florida. The FBDI TA cohorts are a series of no-cost training and peer learning sessions designed to help houses of worship (HOWs) understand and navigate the development process.
Gulf Coast Tribal Nations & Rural Communities Section 4 Preservation & Production
In Tangipahoa, St. Helena, and Livingston parishes, a local nonprofit is pursuing all housing opportunities to ensure everyone has a quality, affordable place to call home.
Enterprise in the News
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.