LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) February 01, 2018
Homes 4 Families – a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that empowers low-income veterans and their families to enter the middle class by providing them with affordable housing and holistic services that build resiliency, self-sufficiency and economic growth – today announced that they have added five new members to their Board of Directors. These new members include David Josker, Michael Klein, Jonathon Wolfson, Eric Steinhauer and Michael Weintraub.
“We are thrilled to welcome all five new members to our Board of Directors,” said Donna Deutchman, President and CEO of Homes 4 Families. “We know that each member will pull from their diverse and extensive leadership backgrounds to bring fresh ideas to our organization, and we look forward to working with them.”
David Josker currently oversees the Glendale, Warner Center and Oxnard office of CBRE, Inc. as Managing Director of the Los Angeles North Region. As the global leader in real estate services, CBRE currently has 2,300 veteran employees. David is a veteran himself, having served in the Infantry in the United States Marine Corps. Prior to joining CBRE Los Angeles, David worked with CBRE in Phoenix and served as the Vice President of Operations for Caruso Affiliated Holdings.
Michael Klein is the Chief Executive Officer of Freedom Financial Funds, LLC. Before his current role, Michael co-founded and served as the Chief Operating Officer of Partners Capital Solutions, Inc. (PCS), in addition to working for several banks, including Chase Manhattan Bank, Union Bank, Wachovia Bank and China Trust Bank. With over 35 years of experience in finance and company operations, Michael will be joining the Homes 4 Families Board of Directors’ Finance Committee.
Jonathon Wolfson is the managing partner of Cinmark Company, L.P. – a 66-year-old non-residential property management firm located in Northridge. He is also currently the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Viewpoint School in Calabasas and serves on the board of the Wolfson Family Foundation. Jonathon previously played a very active role in various organizations including the Calabasas City Council, where he served as Mayor, and the Planning Commission. Jonathon will also be joining the Homes 4 Families Finance Committee.
Eric Steinhauer is the President of Industrial Metal Supply (IMS). Over the last 20 years at IMS, he has grown the company eight-fold and has led design, construction and financing efforts for eight build-out projects and over 500,000 square feet of concrete tilt-up warehouse space. Eric will utilize his 40 years of business experience to join Michael and Jonathon as a member of the Finance Committee.
Michael Weintraub is the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at OSI Consulting – a leading global business and technology services firm focused on maximizing business performance through the innovative use of technology, including enterprise applications, systems integration, software engineering and analytics. Prior to working at OSI, Michael was the Managing Director of Colony American Finance, the founder of North American Property Preservation Corporation and Vice Chairman of Chrysalis Holdings, among several other roles. Michael will be joining both the Finance and the Fund Development committees.
The Board of Directors will be joining Homes 4 Families for their annual event, The Builder’s Ball, taking place on February 16, 2018, from 6:30 – 9:30pm PST, at the Universal Sheraton Hotel in Los Angeles. To donate or attend, please visit http://www.homes4families.org/event/builders-ball.
For more information on Homes 4 Families, please visit http://www.homes4families.org.
About Homes 4 Families:
Homes 4 Families (http://www.homes4families.org) empowers low-income veterans and their families to enter the middle class through affordable, full-equity homeownership and sustainable housing combined with holistic services that build resiliency, self-sufficiency and economic growth. Through its outcome-proven Enriched Neighborhood® model, the nonprofit provides servicemen, servicewomen and their families with comprehensive wraparound services that equip them to succeed in civilian life, including financial education, therapeutic workshops, trauma-informed programs and veteran-to-veteran support. With more than ten years of research-backed experience and success, Homes 4 Families works closely with the California Department of Veterans Affairs and others to build permanent, thriving veteran communities.