La Cheryl is heading St. Joseph Center’s strategic initiatives related to contracts, social services and housing developer partnerships. She is a native of Los Angeles and has extensive experience in housing for special needs, low income, and homeless populations. She began her housing career as a Housing Advocate for people with AIDS/HIV in San Francisco. LaCheryl went on to work in more administrative positions with the Oakland Housing Authority and as a private practice attorney where she took on cases that involved housing, real estate, landlord/tenant disputes, and contracts.
LaCheryl has deep knowledge in many aspects of permanent supportive housing and affordable housing from her experience as a Project Manager at the Community Development Commission for Los Angeles County and Skid Row Housing Trust, where she was the Director of Resident Programs, overseeing services to residents in 1600 units of permanent supportive housing. LaCheryl holds a BA from Cal State Long Beach, a JD from New College of California and is a member of the California State Bar. La Cheryl is heading St. Joseph Center’s strategic initiatives related to housing developer partnerships and resource management.
9:00 AM–10:15 AM Jul 23, 2019 (US - Eastern)