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Christopher A. Johnston

Director of Housing Development

Jubilee Association of Maryland Inc

HQ Phone:  (301) 949-8628

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Jubilee Association of Maryland Inc

10408 Montgomery Avenue

Kensington, Maryland,20895

United States

Company Description

Jubilee Association of Maryland provides opportunities and support for people with developmental disabilities to live in and enrich their community while fulfilling their personal, family, and spiritual needs. The Association bases its work on a belief in the ...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Affordable Housing Leaders in Germantown, MD

Founder


Education

Master of Social Work degree

Human Service Management

Howard University


Social Work degree

Human Service Management

Howard University


Web References(6 Total References)


(CFH) Catholics for Housing is dedicated to creating affordable housing opportunities for low and moderate income individuals and families.

www.catholicsforhousing.org [cached]

Christopher A. Johnston, Project Director
Chris has been with Catholics for Housing since 2001 and brings 25 years of experience working on issues related to affordable housing and homelessness in Northern Virginia. Chris has oversight responsibilities for the projects of CFH and provided oversight management of Linton Hall Manor. Chris has a Social Work degree in Human Service Management from Howard University; he is a licensed social worker in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Chris is currently working to develop the CFH Church Advisory Board whose members will be liaisons between local churches and Catholics for Housing.


Staff

www.catholicsforhousing.org [cached]

Christopher A. Johnston assumed the position of project manager in January 2009.
A native of the Jersey shore, Chris has twenty-five years of experience working on issues related to affordable housing and homelessness in Northern Virginia. Prior to his appointment at CFH, Chris was employed by the Fellowship Square Foundation where he served three years as Manager of the Hunters Woods Fellowship House in Reston, VA and nine years as Director of Operations for the Foundation. He has also worked as a housing specialist for the Fairfax County Department of Housing and Community Development and as a social worker for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington. A graduate of Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Maryland, Chris did graduate work at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and later earned a Master of Social Work degree in Human Service Management from Howard University, also in Washington. Chris is a Licensed Social Worker in the Commonwealth of Virginia, a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers and a Certified Social Work Manager. He also holds HUD certifications in site, property, financial and senior housing management.


catholics for housing

www.catholicherald.com [cached]

The new complex is being built from scratch, and was once used as "cow pastures," said Christopher Johnston, executive director of Catholics for Housing, which initially bought a little more than 14 acres of land from the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia and arranged for the new construction. "We have worked very hard on this project for over six years now," he said, noting the many setbacks along the way."There were several points when I thought all of it was going to go down the tubes, but we kept praying and working.When you're doing the right thing, it always works out," he said.The project has been crafted with private and public partnerships, said Johnston.It is a "new type of solution for the affordable homeownership desires of working families in this area," he stated. The official groundbreaking for the new homes will take place in one month, said Johnston, and the name of the street where the houses will be built will be named after the Benedictine Sisters.


www.housingfinance.com

"They really stepped up to the plate and participated in this deal," said Christopher Johnston, executive director for CFH."This is a complete disincentive to flip the things," said Johnston, who added that CFH may be willing to ease some of its restrictions for owners who later sell to other qualified buyers.


HAND: News and Notes - 02/18/03

www.handhousing.org [cached]

Anyone who might know of any space available in a Northern Virginia church, community organization or other "inexpensive" location is asked to contact Chris Johnston, CFH Executive Director at 703-931-5075 or cath4hsg@bellatlantic.net.


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