Preston Prince CEO Fresno Housing Authority

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Preston Prince CEO Fresno Housing Authority

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Add to Calendar 2018-10-04 12:00:00 2018-10-04 12:00:00 Preston Prince CEO Fresno Housing Authority

Preston Prince is currently the CEO of the Fresno Housing Authority and has more than 30 years of housing and community revitalization experience.  He received his Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from New School University.  Preston is a Successful Collaborator, Neighborhood Builder, Social Entrepreneur, and Ethical Leader.  He has served in the housing industry at the national, regional, and local levels.

In the last 10 years, Preston has overseen the development and renovation of over 2,400 housing units, with a value of almost $400 million. Housing includes the redevelopment of public housing, acquisition and renovation of family housing, the new construction of senior housing, and the development of 158 units of permanent supportive housing for the homeless. Since 2011, Fresno has experienced a reduction of over 60% in sheltered and unsheltered homeless.  Preston focuses his efforts in Fresno and across the country on ending homelessness and bringing awareness between the nexus between housing and education, health, and wealth outcomes.

 

5080 North Blackstone Avenue, Fresno, CA 93711 North Fresno Rotary peter.fortuna.rotary@gmail.com UTC public

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Preston Prince is currently the CEO of the Fresno Housing Authority and has more than 30 years of housing and community revitalization experience.  He received his Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from New School University.  Preston is a Successful Collaborator, Neighborhood Builder, Social Entrepreneur, and Ethical Leader.  He has served in the housing industry at the national, regional, and local levels.

In the last 10 years, Preston has overseen the development and renovation of over 2,400 housing units, with a value of almost $400 million. Housing includes the redevelopment of public housing, acquisition and renovation of family housing, the new construction of senior housing, and the development of 158 units of permanent supportive housing for the homeless. Since 2011, Fresno has experienced a reduction of over 60% in sheltered and unsheltered homeless.  Preston focuses his efforts in Fresno and across the country on ending homelessness and bringing awareness between the nexus between housing and education, health, and wealth outcomes.

 

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