NYCHA Notes
Congratulations on the following recent appointments

Josephine Russo, former Associate General Counsel, was appointed Vice President for Supply Management and Procurement in April 2016. Ms. Russo plans and directs the implementation of NYCHA’s procurement operations, oversees the Supply Management Department, and is responsible for procurement, materials management, warehousing and distribution for all NYCHA locations. Tricia Roberts, CIA, former Director of Risk… MORE

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FlexOps Model to Launch This Summer

Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye and General Manager Michael Kelly recently announced that NYCHA and the Teamsters Local 37 union have reached an agreement to deploy Flexible Operations (FlexOps): Expanded Service Hours, at 12 developments, for a four-month trial period. The model Joint Initiative will improve customer service and address employee engagement. The Joint Initiative… MORE

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Careers in Construction Resource Fair

NYCHA’s Superstorm Sandy Recovery Program, in partnership with the Office of Resident Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (REES), hosted the first-ever Careers in Construction Resource Fair at Hamilton-Madison House in Lower Manhattan on May 10. Hundreds of residents interested in various construction careers learned first-hand from carpentry, plumbing, painting and electrical union representatives about training and… MORE

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“I Am NextGen” Honorees Personify NYCHA’s Commitment to Service

Denise Guess, a community coordinator in the Resident Engagement Department, has worked for NYCHA for 10 years. Raised in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, she earned her bachelor’s degree in human services from Claflin College and a master’s in human services from Lincoln University. A resident of East Flatbush, Ms. Guess says her most outstanding… MORE

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