WHO WE ARE

FLORIDA NON-PROFIT HOUSING, INC.

 

Equipping housing organizations to effectively provide safe, affordable homes.

HISTORY

 
Florida Non-Profit Housing, Inc. (FNPH) is the successor organization of the American Friends Service Committee's Florida Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Housing effort. Formed in 1978, FNPH's initial goal was to improve farmworker housing throughout the state of Florida by providing technical assistance and training to non-profit housing providers. Florida's first Section 523 Self-Help Housing Grantees were products of this effort.

 

Today, our mission has broadened to include rental housing development and related services for low and very low income rural residents. Our service area has also expanded to include Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, The Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Johnnie Hill, President    Maria Granado, Vice President
   
Lucia Valdivia-Sanchez, Secretary    Vernon Fuller, Treasurer
   
Jacquelyn Smith, Assistant Treasurer     Robert Saffold, Member
   

STAFF

 

 Selvin McGahee, Executive Director

   Lauretta B. Stephens, Deputy Director       

 

 

 Timothy Goodyear, Self-Help Program

 Director

   Santos De La Rosa, Farmworker 

   Specialist

 

 

 Linda Childress, Financial Coordinator

   Crystal Henry, Accounting Specialist

 

 

 Tara Rogers, Self-Help Specialist

   Theresa Hunt, Self-Help Specialist

 

 

 Tiffany Green, Self-Help Program 

 Analyst 

   Jeff Gaddy, Self-Help Specialist 

 

 

 Crystel McCullough, General Clerk II

   Stephen Lozada, General Clerk I