William and Cheyenne White lost their home in the July 2022 flooding in eastern Kentucky. In May 2023, they moved into their new house, which was built by Housing Development Alliance with support from the Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund.
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Brittany Berry is a recent graduate of Kentucky Housing Corporation's Family Self-Sufficiency program, which helped her save enough money to buy a home through Habitat for Humanity.
Jonathan Kumar—a user experience designer by trade, and founder of several projects to solve social issues—speaks with KHC’s executive director, Edwin King, about Samaritan.
Jon Petz—Performance engagement, motivational and business leadership coach, and keynote speaker and author of Significance In Simple Moments—talks with Kentucky Housing Corporation’s Edwin King about having a performance mindset, engagement, and more.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's (KHC) Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Rob Perez, creator of DV8 (Deviate) Kitchen—a restaurant with a heart and mission that gives second chance employment to those in substance abuse recovery trying to redirect their lives, so they will “deviate” from addiction.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Jacob Tamme, who is a former American football tight end and advocate of homes for wounded U.S. veterans who will be a keynote speaker during our 2018 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Cara Brookins. She is best known as the mom who built her own house using YouTube tutorials.
Kentucky Housing Corporation's Executive Director, Edwin King, sits down with Sam Glenn, who is an award-winning, motivational speaker, storyteller, author, and performance artist who will be our opening keynote speaker during our 2018 Kentucky Affordable Housing Conference.
The 2017 Housing CCI Summits are thoughtfully designed and purposeful to mix up and connect thought leaders from varied housing and service backgrounds and from across Kentucky and other surrounding states.