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Our Blog will feature a different writer each week, discussing topics related to affordable housing, homelessness and community development. To post comments about the blog entries, please visit our facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/PartnershipforStrongCommunities
April 2016 - Blog Posts:
April 19, 2016 - Tanya Barrett
Tanya Barrett, Senior Vice President, United Way of Connecticut and Kimberly Somaroo-Rodriguez, Program Manager, State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families blog about how collaboration is an effective strategy to ending family homelessness.
April 5, 2016 - Charles Patton
Charles Patton, Senior Policy Analyst at Partnership for Strong Communities blogs about how affordable housing is beneficial for all residents.
March 2016 - Blog Posts:
March 29, 2016 - Cindy Dubuque & Sarah Fox
Sarah Fox, Director of Advocacy and Community Impact at CCEH and Cindy Dubuque, Reaching Home Campaign Manager at Partnership for Strong Communities blog about the success of advocacy days.
March 22, 2016 - Cindy Dubuque
Cindy Dubuque is the Reaching Home Campaign Manager at Partnership for Strong Communities. She blogs about how working with the community has been empowering for her.
March 15, 2016 - Ann Faust
Ann Faust is the Program Coordinator at Middlesex County Coalition on Housing and Homelessness. She blogs about her excitement for the work being accomplished to create more housing options in towns across the state.
March 8, 2016 - Jonathan Cabral
Jonathan Cabral is the Multifamily Operations Officer III at CT Housing Finance Authority. He blogs about the enthusiasm he witnessed from young professionals interested in joining boards and commissions.
March 1, 2016 - Emily Hultquist
Emily Hultquist is the Principal Planner and Policy Analyst at CRCOG. She blogs about the tools, practices, and guidance available to us to bring CT closer to a gold-star sticker worthy picture for the future of the state’s transit system.
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