HUD Section 3, Expand Economic Recovery for Low-Income Families
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased unemployment to over 11 million people.
Across the United States, unemployment offices are reporting record numbers of people dealing with unemployment. Public housing low-income residents find themselves suffering the highest unemployment rates when the country is facing an economic crisis. This white paper reviews what the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 3 Program is designed to provide those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Principal, AMMIRACLE GOVERNMENT COMPLIANCE CONSULTING
Project reviewer, U.S. Department of Treasury
Chair, Inland So Cal Housing Committee/Affordable Housing & Homeless
Adjunct professor for geography and environmental studies, California State University, San Bernardino
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development HUD, 26 years
Department of Public & Indian Housing, Facilities Management/Housing Revitalization specialist
Department of Field Policy & Management
Division of Labor, director of Labor Relations (construction) Department of Community Planning & Development - Community Development Manager
Recently selected to chair, Affordable Housing/Homeless Committee under So Cal Housing Collective, expansion of Housing Solutions; the committee is comprised of members from financial institutions including banks, lenders, developers, nonprofit organizations and credit unions
M.S. degree in urban affairs, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee