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Federal Grants vía ZOOM

Descripción del Curso

As Puerto Rico recovers form Hurricanes Irma and María, hundreds of billions of dollars will flow from the Federal Government to the local economy over the next decade. Those funds come with many legal restrictions. This course will explore how funds are made available through grants and what governments, businesses, and community organizations must do to access and comply with the Federal framework of laws and regulations. Programs covered will include the U.S. Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) and CDBG Disaster Recovery Funds.

Recurso (s)

Marion Mollegen Mc Fadden, Esq. Enterprise Community Partners, serves as senior vice president of public policy and senior advisor, Resillience at Enterprise. Previously, she served as deputy assistant secretary for Grant Programs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Housing (HUD). At HUD, she oversaw affordable housing and community development programs, including the Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG), the HOME Investment Partnerships program, the Housing Trust Fund, the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) and CDBG Disaster Recovery funds, including the recent National Disaster Resilience Competition grants. In this role she formed and facilitated multiple public-private partnerships, including with the Rockefeller Foundation to support communities planning for disaster resilience, with the Silicon Valley-based company GitHub to bring tech education and resources to residents of public housing, and with the nonprofit organization KaBOOM! to create a design competition to retrofit cities and other built spaces to accommodate play for better health of residents.

 

Día

martes, 09 de marzo de 2021

Hora

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Costo

$90.00

Acreditación

3 Horas Crédito en EJC

Escuela de Derecho UPR

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