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Fair Housing Center showcases new CEO, Marie M. Flannery, at Open House

TOLEDO, January 24, 2019: Following a national search for a new CEO, the Board of Directors of The Fair Housing Center showcased Marie M. Flannery as its new president and CEO, who began her new position on November 5th and was recognized by the Board on January 24 at its Open House.

Recently serving as president of Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board in Ontario, California, Ms. Flannery brings experience and a strong passion for fair housing to Toledo.

Her significant achievements include spearheading a major systemic investigation into loan modification practices targeting the Latino community, and conducting national fair housing trainings.

Ms. Flannery and her husband returned to the Midwest where their families reside. “I am honored to join the team at The Fair Housing Center,” stated Ms. Flannery.

“I believe passionately in the principles of equity and fairness, and look forward to working with the residents, stakeholders, and community development professionals in Toledo and the surrounding areas to further The Fair Housing Center’s mission of eliminating housing discrimination and creating communities of opportunity for all.”

• The Fair Housing Center engaged a consultant to assist the Board with strategic planning and facilitate the national search. “Ms. Flannery was chosen from a pool of very talented candidates,” stated Alan Sattler, Board Chair of The Fair Housing Center.

Marie M. Flannery with Sena Mourad Friedman

Sarah Jenkins

“We were impressed by not only her extensive experience and knowledge of fair housing, but her commitment to the values of equality and justice upon which fair housing was founded.

“The Fair Housing Center has played an important role in the fair housing movement, setting precedents that have opened doors to opportunity for millions across our country. With our strategic plan and a strong leader who brings a fresh perspective to the table, we will continue to be a leader in fostering a more diverse, vibrant community,” said Sattler.

In La Prensa photos are new CEO and President Marie M. Flannery with Sena Mourad Friedman, Director of Development. Also, Sarah Jenkins, Director of Communications and Outreach.    

On the Internet:  https://www.toledofhc.org/



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