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Job: Housing Navigator

About the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) was established to implement an innovative model that is designed to create healthy and energy-efficient homes for low-income residents. GHHI has launched in over 30 cities across the country and is expanding to meet the growing demand for its best practice … Continued

Person: Kendra Nelson

Kendra Nelson joins GHHI Maryland as the Census Outreach Coordinator where she will lead the coordination of the Maryland funded Census Grant for Integrating census outreach into our community education and engagement work. She will be responsible for integrating Census outreach into our community education and engagement work. Kendra has worked as a Child Birth … Continued

Person: Daniel Son

Daniel Son serves as a Social Innovation Analyst for GHHI in the DC office. He supports the Policy and Innovation Team through data analysis, economic modeling, and policy research for projects that address healthy housing issues across the country. Daniel completed his Master of City and Regional Planning and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering … Continued

Person: Daniella Chambers

Daniella Chambers serves as a Social Innovation Analyst at GHHI. She provides subject-area expertise and technical assistance on national projects aimed to identify, assess, and implement innovative health solutions in diverse communities. Daniella holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Studies from Ohio Northern University and a Masters of Public Health from the … Continued

Publication: Energy Efficiency as Energy Justice: Addressing Racial Inequities through Investments in People and Places

Energy Efficiency as Energy Justice_Final Abstract Structural racism in the form of racial residential segregation and the series of laws, policies, and practices that continue to reinforce it have robbed generations of African Americans of socioeconomic opportunity, wealth accumulation, safe, secure or energy efficient housing, and full societal inclusion. Research indicates that African Americans are … Continued

Person: Allison Cantos

Allison Cantos serves as the Family Advocacy Case Manager to assist families affected by lead poisoning. She hails from the city that never sleeps – New York!   Allison holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the City University of New York at Queens College where she also studied Studio Art. She obtained her Master of Social Work from the New York … Continued

Person: Kelsey McClain

Kelsey McClain is a Policy Research Analyst at GHHI and focuses on technical assistance projects in the research and development of state and local lead poisoning prevention action plans, assisting local jurisdictions on lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes initiative implementation and supporting components of the National Lead Campaign including the Lead Policy Toolkit. Kelsey … Continued

Person: Angela Sykes

Angela Sykes serves as the Accounting Manager at GHHI. In this role, she manages various areas within the accounting department.  Angela has over 25 years of accounting and finance experience across the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Previously, Angela worked at the Arc of Prince George’s County where she served in several roles of increasing responsibility … Continued

Person: Yianni Charalambopoulos

Yianni Charalambopoulos is the staff accountant in charge of the budgets and accounts receivable. Yianni previously worked in public accounting where he built his knowledge and skills that he applies to his work at GHHI. Yianni has a background in plumbing, which he worked in for several years and will be instrumental to the team … Continued

Press Release: Lead poisoning numbers in Maryland’s children continue to drop as new state law takes effect in October to accelerate the decline

Governor Larry Hogan proclaims Lead Poisoning Prevention Week in Maryland BALTIMORE, MD (October 23, 2019) –  The number of Maryland children with elevated levels of lead in their blood last year decreased by nearly 14 percent, according to the 2018 Childhood Blood Lead Surveillance report, released today by the Maryland Department of the Environment. The … Continued