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Post: Energy Inefficiency Disproportionately Hurts Low Income Baltimoreans

Homes that are energy inefficient and lack proper weatherization contribute to deteriorated housing conditions, poor indoor air quality and moisture intrusion. These conditions can exacerbate asthma, generate chipping lead-based paint that results in lead poisoning and can cause other toxic conditions which severely impact the health of low-income Baltimore children and families. A critical part … Continued

Board Member: Joy Thomas Moore

Joy Thomas Moore is the President and CEO of JWS Media Consulting, dedicated to finding innovative ways to use media and messaging techniques to further and deepen the goals of her clients. Prior to devoting herself to her consulting business full time, Moore worked for 15 years with the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a private … Continued

Board Member: Dr. Michael MacAfee

Dr. Michael McAfee, President and CEO, leads PolicyLink, a national research and action institute focused on advancing racial and economic equity: just and fair inclusion for everyone living in America. He brings over 20 years of experience as a leader who has partnered with organizations across the public, philanthropic, and private sectors to realize this vision. Dr. … Continued

Board Member: Salli Martyniak

Since 2003, Salli has served as President of Forward Community Investments (FCI), a nonprofit community development financial institution that provides low-cost, flexible financing, technical financial assistance and grants to mission-based organizations throughout Wisconsin. Resources offered by FCI are directed to nascent and established organizations that are addressing racial inequities and socioeconomic disparities. During her tenure … Continued

Board Member: Frank Farrow

Frank is the President and CEO of the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) With the board and leadership team, I lead CSSP as we strive to accomplish our mission: to build a racially, economically, and socially just society in which all children and families thrive. I do this work because I do … Continued

Person: Kevin Chan

Kevin Chan is a Social Innovation Specialist at GHHI. In this role, he provides technical assistance to organizations around the country who are building healthy homes programs and exploring innovative ways to finance them. His work includes leading feasibility studies for Pay for Success projects in partnership with health care, healthy housing, and public policy … Continued

Job: Data Management and Evaluation Coordinator

About the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (previously known as the Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning) is a national non-profit organization that creates, implements, and promotes programs and policies to eradicate childhood lead poisoning, reduce asthma episodes and further the creation of green, healthy and lead-safe homes. GHHI … Continued

Press Release: Green & Healthy Homes Initiative Announces Request for Proposals for the National Initiative for Asthma Reimbursement

GHHI is conducting a nationwide, open competition for organizations interested in achieving reimbursement for comprehensive asthma care management programs. GHHI will provide pro bono technical assistance to two sites for Business Development and five sites for Reimbursement Support in 2019. The Business Development TA will focus on building or scaling a strong, comprehensive asthma program and … Continued

Page: National Initiative for Asthma Reimbursement

EPA Grant The Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) has received funding for the third year of a three-year grant award from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the result of a highly competitive open grant competition focused on reducing public exposure to indoor pollutants. This funding will allow GHHI to provide technical assistance to organizations … Continued

Job: Environmental Health Educator

About GHHI Founded in 1986 as the Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) is a national 50 I ( c )3 nonprofit organization. GHHI is a recognized leader for green, healthy, safe and energy efficient housing in low-income neighborhoods, having designed the work now supported by multiple federal … Continued