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The Housing Fund’s CEO Interviews with Lori Becker, Publisher, Nashville Business Journal
Dec 8 – Marshall Crawford, CEO of the Nashville nonprofit, says he’s “aiming build the future of The Housing Fund by giving energy to charting the path for the next 25 years – now.” Video – Nashville Business Journal Interview
Amazon donates $2.25 million to Nashville’s The Housing Fund
Dec 7 – Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) is announcing a $2.25 million donation to The Housing Fund on Monday. Marshall Crawford, CEO of the Nashville nonprofit, says he’s aiming to help a minimum of 500 low-income and moderate-income households — potentially including people working in service-industry jobs or as first responders — manage the surging cost of housing. Nashville Business Journal
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Amazon donates $2.25 million to Nashville’s The Housing Fund in wake of tornado, Covid, tax hike
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Leadership Tennessee announces new class – Welcomes Marshall Crawford, CEO
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Mayor David Briley announced a sweeping affordable housing initiative designed to significantly accelerate the city’s efforts to address housing needs.
On December 5th, 2017, we announced a new 5-year strategic vision. Our CEO, Marshall Crawford, presented his views on the need for A New Conversation as it relates to affordable housing in Nashville.
Nashville’s economy and influence will continue to allow the city to grow and thrive over the next 25 years, leading to a large growth in population. This report explores the impact of growth and change on housing.