NWWVT Executive Director Named to Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Advisory Council

Shannon Kennelly, Community Revitalization Coordinator
802-438-2303 x 224 or [email protected]

Executive Director of NeighborWorks of Western Vermont Named to Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Community Development Advisory Council (CDAC)

 CDAC works to support low to moderate-income people in the New England Region

Rutland, VT – Rutland Vermont not for profit executive director, Ludy Biddle joins Federal Reserve of Boston Community Development Advisory Council (CDAC) to advise on rural development concerns for the greater New England region. Ludy Biddle is the leads NeighborWorks of Western Vermont, a not for profit that works to help Vermonters achieve sustainable homeownership.

Participation in the CDAC will enable Ludy to bring awareness to challenges facing low to moderate income Vermonters including issues relating to aging in place, the value of community, the impact of neighborhood revitalization, and the opportunity for partnership between healthcare providers and community organizations in impacting sustaining change.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s CDAC is a leader in researching important issues for low to moderate income New England residents and supporting meaningful change through tangible research and data.  Learn more about their important research at http://www.bostonfed.org/commdev.

About NeighborWorks of Western Vermont

NeighborWorks of Western Vermont is committed to sustainable homeownership for Vermonters. As an organization we work to help Vermonters become educated about finances and homeownership, find homes to buy, get the loans they need to buy homes, and renovate and make their existing homes livable and cost efficient. We believe that homeownership supports people and families in living healthy and stable lives.