Extensive experience with administering federal, state and local grants and dedicated funding sources for affordable housing, capital projects benefiting low income neighborhoods and programs benefiting low income and special needs populations including homeless, seniors, at risk youth and disabled persons.
Coordinated or participated in local and countywide committees and task groups on homelessness, fair housing, and the federal Community Development Block Grant.
Hands on experience with neighborhood organizing and community events included Project Homeless Connect, Gilroy Neighborhood Academy, and hands on activity tables for children at community events.
Involved neighborhood youth in a mural project in a Gilroy low income neighborhood. The wall had been extensively tagged with competing gang graffiti which stopped after the mural was initiated.
Implemented and carried out the Home Access Program which provided physical accessibility in their homes to low income disabled Gilroy residents.
Managed federal, state and local funding for capital projects and programs in low income communities and for affordable housing.
Reported directly to Community Development Director.
Supervised two to four employees plus consultants.
Independent study in nonviolence
Multi-subject credential. Completed up to student teaching portion.
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