In this newly created role of Director of Social Service, Lori Stanlick, a licensed social worker, will implement the Communities of Opportunity Program. The multiyear project, founded by Jonathan Rose Companies and Enterprise Community Partners, has been designed to gather concrete evidence that comprehensive housing-based approaches result in substantially improved outcomes for residents.
Lori will leverage community resources in order to provide additional support to residents of the company’s national developments. She will also take the lead in measuring the efficiency and efficacy of programming as well as developing best practices for each region.
Most recently, Stanlick was an Associate Executive Director at the YWCA of White Plains where she spent the last 13 years as a vital team member overseeing five YWCA mission-based programs, including a 193-unit residence. She has been practicing social work for over twenty years and has dedicated her career to serving formerly homeless and vulnerable populations.
Lori obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Clark University and
a Master of Social Work from Columbia University. She obtained her Low-Income Tax Credit Certification in 2010. Stanlick currently is a member of the Weill Cornell/ NYPH Psychiatric/Geriatric Mental Health Coalition and has joined the Women and Housing Finance Group, based in Manhattan.