CDP Welcomes Four New Staff Members

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The Community Development Partnership has announced recent additions to its staff.

Kathleen Boyce has been named Chief Financial and Administrative Officer. Boyce brings strong skills in financial reporting and financial system conversions as well as a deep understanding of the importance of affordable housing and economic development. Boyce served as CFO/COO at the Massachusetts Dental Society for 18 years and is Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Brad Badgley has joined the CDP’s staff as Director of Housing Advocacy. Badgley’s primary focus is supporting the creation of affordable housing by managing the Lower Cape Community Housing Partnership as well as managing the CDP’s Homeownership education program.  Prior to joining the CDP, he served as an Associate Dean in Residential Education at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Mallorey Yannone joined the CDP as Community Organizer, a newly created position designed to support of the CDP’s Housing Advocacy Programs. In this role, she will be conducting outreach, base building, training, education and leadership development for Lower Cape residents wanting to support affordable housing.  Previously, Yannone worked for Citizen Action of New York advocating for Social Justice issues and initiatives including Voting Rights, Climate Justice, Parole Reform, and Housing Justice.

Vittoria Crea has been hired as Housing Rehabilitation Program Manager and is responsible for the administration and management of the CDP’s Housing Rehabilitation programs including the Community Development Block Grant-Loan program and the Accessory Dwelling Unit Resource Center. She had a successful 25-year career in the corporate tax field, with a special focus on international trade compliance and policy. Before joining the Community Development Partnership, Crea worked for Cargill, Inc., the largest agriculture company in the world.

The Community Development Partnership leads the Lower Cape in building a diverse year-round community of people who can afford to live, work and thrive here.  To accomplish its mission, it promotes, develops and manages affordable housing; nurtures the launch and growth of small businesses; and facilitates collaboration with business, nonprofit and government partners.

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