Webinar: Introduction to Neighborly Software
This webinar provides an overview of Neighborly's platform and how it could improve processes for your home repair program. Neighborly Software is designed specifically for the enrollment, administration, and reporting of government funded programs.
Since 2016, Neighborly has delivered software solutions to 540+ public and private sector entities across the country. Neighborly Software is on a mission to make a difference and we believe community development is one of the most powerful and sustainable ways to create social and economic good. The platform helps communities make a lasting difference in the lives of low-income families and vulnerable populations.
Watch the recording of the webinar here.
Neighborly allows for 20+ Housing and Community Development activities to be administered from its platform, some of which include:
- Public Service Grants such as CDBG
- Home Accessibility Modifications
- Emergency Home Repairs
- Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)
- Lead Hazard Remediation
- Housing Rehabilitation
About the speakers:
Leah Larson, Senior Account Director at Neighborly Software, a company dedicated to Helping Communities Help People! Working at the intersection of strategy and technology, Leah is a disrupter that takes pride in challenging the status quo. Prior to Neighborly Software Leah worked in Housing, Economic and Community Development for the City of Boise, as well as Boise’s downtown homeless shelter and has an extensive background in domestic violence batterer’s intervention, anger management, emotional intelligence in Los Angeles, CA. Leah currently serves on the Real Estate Committee for NeighborWorks Boise, the Council for City of Good in Boise, ID and part of a movement to get Idaho/Utah’s Women in Affordable Housing Network chapter up and operating.
Jerry Zuniga, CAPS, CLIPP leads housing preservation strategy for Habitat for Humanity International, where owner-occupied preservation programs represent the fastest growing and largest body of work across Habitat’s US affiliates. Jerry is an affordable housing professional with over 15 years program strategy, design, and management for affiliates at Rebuilding Together and Habitat for Humanity, where his programs improved housing conditions to over 5,000 households. He is a subject matter expert in Housing Rehabilitation and Home Modifications and is the co-developer of "Safe Home/Healthy Home", an elective course through National Council on Aging's (NCOA) nationwide Aging Mastery Program (AMP) that is delivered to community and senior centers nationwide. Jerry is an inaugural fellow of American Society on Aging’s RISE program and currently serves as a board member for the Coalition for Home Repair.