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About Us

 

 

The Tree House Foundation is a result of dedicated individuals and groups coming together to improve lives and promote self sufficiency. We regularly promote partnerships with community organizations and companies to expand our already vast selection of benefits. Presently, we rely on the following resources to ensure that current needs are continuously met:

 

  • Contracted management & team members without our current community

  • Volunteers

  • Vendors & partner agencies (volunteer and paid)

  • Financial donations

  • Material or needs based donations

We are always looking for more partnerships and alliances to serve the people around us. Each day we are honored to have more opportunities to assist individuals on their path to stability.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, concerns, or ideas. We are excited to work with you to build and strengthen the community.

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Board of Directors

 

Jose Quintana, Board Chair

Direction of Education and Support Services -A Green Property Manager, LLC

Jose Quintana is an award winning, multifamily trainer. Jose comes with well over 20 years of management experience in sales and over 20 years property management experience, Certification in Electronics Technology, and an Associate Degree in Business Systems Technology. He spent nine years working his way through the ranks in property management, starting as a leasing specialist and working his way up to Director of Training and Support. Jose is CAMT certified and is pursuing recertification of his CAM designation.

 

Lynn Edmondson, Board Member
Lynn Edmondson is an experienced director of property management with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry over a span of 30 years. She is skilled in apartments, real property, team building, rentals, affordable housing, and management in several states. She has been responsible for development of investment objectives, sales goals, marketing positioning, people, asset quality, education and financial goals for up to 185 apartment communities and 700 employees.

Samantha D'Angelo, Board Member

Attorney - Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

Samantha D’Angelo is an attorney specializing in the area of Affordable Housing and Tax Credits. She represents for-profit and nonprofit developers in the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, operation and disposition of affordable housing projects. Samantha has experience in negotiating and closing affordable housing transactions, including large affordable housing portfolio sales and acquisitions, low income housing tax credits, new construction and acquisition and rehabilitation, non-profit development and tax exemptions, and joint ventures with non-profits. Samantha also assists clients with various income tax issues and transactional legal work with respect to the buying and selling of entities and assets.

Steve Sheridan, Board Member

Director of Real Estate Practice Group - Schafer, Tschopp, Whitcomb, Mitchell & Sheridan, LLP

Steve Sheridan is a tax partner with over 25 years of experience, including 16 years with his current firm. Steve has had overall and tax client service responsibility for a broad range of clients, particularly in the real estate industry as the Director of the Real Estate Practice Group.  He works closely with his clients in evaluating, planning and structuring transactions, acquisitions, and divestitures.

Anti-Racism Statement

The Tree House Foundation is committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse environment where every individual, regardless of their race or ethnicity, is treated with dignity, respect, and fairness. We believe that diversity is our strength, and we are dedicated to eliminating all forms of racism and ethnic discrimination within our organization.

 

Our Commitment:

Equal Opportunities: We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees, irrespective of their racial or ethnic background. Our hiring, promotion, and development processes are designed to be fair, transparent, and free from discrimination.

Inclusive Culture: We strive to create an inclusive workplace culture where everyone feels valued, heard, and empowered. Discrimination, prejudice, and bias have no place in our organization, and we actively work towards fostering a culture of understanding and acceptance.

Training and Education: We invest in ongoing training and educational programs to raise awareness about racism, unconscious bias, and the importance of cultural competence. This empowers our employees to contribute to a more inclusive workplace.

Zero Tolerance: We have a zero-tolerance policy for any form of racism or ethnic discrimination. Incidents will be thoroughly investigated, and appropriate actions will be taken to address and prevent such behavior.

Dissemination:

Internally, this statement is communicated through employee handbooks, training sessions, and internal communication channels. We encourage open dialogue and feedback to ensure that our commitment to anti-racism is reflected in our daily practices. Externally, this statement is prominently displayed on our official website. We use our social media platforms and public communications to reaffirm our commitment to anti-racism and to share updates on our progress in creating an inclusive workplace.

The Tree House Foundation is dedicated to continuous improvement and accountability in our anti-racism efforts. We invite our employees, partners, and the community to join us on this journey towards a more equitable and just future.
 

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