JPMorgan Chase Makes $5 Million Investment to Create Affordable, Resilient, Sustainable Housing along South Florida’s Transit Corridors


JPMorgan Chase today (October 30, 2019) announced it is investing $5 million over three years to expand access to opportunity in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale and Palm Beach neighborhoods so more residents can share in the rewards of a growing economy As part of the firm’s sixth PRO Neighborhoods Competition, five organizations from South Florida’s Housing Link Collaborative—Solar and Energy Loan Fund of St. Lucie County (SELF), South Florida Community Land Trust, Enterprise Community Partners, Florida Community Loan Fund and Community Land Trust of Palm Beach County— will develop resilient and affordable housing near current and proposed transit stations to support low-income residents.


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Jacqueline is currently earning her degree in Computer Science with a focus on Software Engineering. She gained experience with SELF by volunteering time to assist with DOE reporting, ARRA & County as well as internal reporting. She also assisted in the development of the new Management Information System (MIS). Due to her high performance, she was hired on a part time basis as the IT and Reporting Associate and is now performing several duties including; troubleshooting hardware/software issues, data management assistance, graphic design and web maintenance. She is also responsible for SELF’s internal “ RESULTS DASHBOARD” a well as completing reports to various government and funding organizations. Hudson works in close liaison with all staff members to collect information and reports to directly to the CFO as well as to the Executive Director when needed, on all aspects regarding data and systems.