Virtual Program Delivery – Lessons Learned

It’s certainly been an interesting year so far as we have had to completely readjust our way of doing business. Join your colleagues for a frank discussion of what they’ve learned and how they plan to move forward in the new normal.

Charles J. Harris has served as CEO for Central Florida Community Action Agency (CFCAA) since November 2013. Prior to this appointment, he served as the University of Florida private sector representative on the CFCAA Board of Directors, holding seats as board chair, vice chair, and treasurer over a 20-year period. He also chaired the executive, finance and audit, and development and program planning committees over the years. Harris had a perfect board attendance record from 2010 – 2013. Harris currently serves on the boards of FACA, FLACDC, CareerSource of Citrus, Levy, Marion counties and NE Florida. In his spare time, Harris serves as president of Role Models Foundation, a local nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of young people. He is married with one stepson and grandson.

Bill Lazar is the Executive Director of St. Johns Housing Partnership, founded in 1988. For 30 years, he has worked with affordable housing programs in Duval, St. Johns, Clay and most recently Putnam Counties. The Partnership provides a variety of housing services from home repairs and new construction to credit counseling and foreclosure modification. The SJHP also owns and manages 60 individual rental properties and 2 USDA multi-family properties for seniors. Bill is a licensed residential contractor, a former green rater for FGBC programs, and has been certified through the NAHB Certified Aging in Place program and the National Healthy Homes.  Bill is a founding member of the Florida Weatherization Network, served one term on the board of directors for the Florida Green Building Coalition, served three terms on the SHIP AHAC committee for St Johns County.

Linda Taylor is the CEO of H.O.M.E.S., Inc. where she has worked for 13 years. Prior to joining H.O.M.E.S. Linda worked at the Urban League of Broward County for 10 years where she managed Wealth Creation programming including Home Ownership, Financial Literacy and IDA programs. Before starting her nonprofit career, she was an investment banker with Chase and Citigroup. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Central County Community Advisory Board which represents the neighborhood she grew up in and moved back to 5 years ago. She has two children and one granddaughter.

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