Change is all around us!

After two and a half years at NP, Matt Kinshella is moving on. He’ll become a Digital Strategist for Multnomah County – Department of County Human Services. As part of the Strategic Engagement Team, he will lead and coordinate the department’s digital online strategies across web, social media and other communications platforms. “I’ll always be thankful…

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Exciting changes to the NP Staff

The NP staff is growing and changing. We are thrilled that Alison McIntosh will be returning to NP in a newly created role. Alison was a member of the NP team from 2006-2014. She will step in as Deputy Director, Policy and Communications beginning May 2nd. She will take the lead on housing issues and…

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Board Member Profile: Brian Stewart, Chair

If you work in asset building, chances are that you know Brian Stewart. For four years Neighborhood Partnerships has been fortunate to have Brian as our Board Chair and for 20 years Brian has been a leader in the Asset Building movement. His contributions date back to 1996 when he participated in the American Dream…

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2014-2015 Annual Report

For 25 years Neighborhood Partnerships has been a tool for increasing opportunity in Oregon. As communities grow and change, so does NP. 2014/15 was a year to celebrate the past, revel in the present and, as always, lean toward the future. View the PDF version, financials and more historical information.

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NP Welcomes Jenna Haley

Jenna Haley will intern with Neighborhood Partnerships and work with the Housing Alliance.  She will also share her time interning at Street Roots with plans to bridge the two placements in strengthening outreach efforts for both agencies. We asked her a couple of questions about herself: For starters, tell me a little about yourself –…

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Welcoming New NP Team Members

Neighborhood Partnerships has two new team members! Jenna Haley is a graduate student at PSU’s School of Social Work. She will be interning at NP and providing support to the Housing Alliance from late September through June 2016. Neighborhood Partnerships have also hired a new Housing Policy Director, who will be working with all of…

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We’re Hiring a Housing Policy Manager

Housing is the foundation of Oregon’s success. We need safe, decent and affordable housing options near employment, near schools, near our families and friends. It’s time to move housing to the top of our policy agenda and to hold our public systems accountable for meeting housing needs. If you agree and want to be a…

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Meet Em, NP’s Evaluation Assistant

What do you do at NP?  I assist with the administration of the Oregon IDA participant feedback survey. What area of expertise and interest do you have? While I believe that working towards the eradication of inequity for all people should be a top public priority, my primary interest is in affecting change in the field of youth…

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Welcome Anna Jen to the NP Team

Anna Jen joined the NP team yesterday. In what has become a tradition, we asked Anna a few questions about herself.  What will you be doing at NP?  At NP, I’ll be doing a variety of tasks to support our partners and staff. This includes staying on top of Outcome Tracker [our IDA database] to…

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Belated Welcome to Amy Stuczynski

Editor note: Amy Stuczynski has been NP’s Data Analyst since early February. However, the Communications Director has failed to share this Q&A until now. He apologizes profusely.  What will you be doing at NP? My role is to support NP in the collection, analysis, and reporting of data related to affordable housing and economic inclusion…

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