To provide safe and livable neighborhoods in Long Beach by promoting,
developing, and preserving decent, safe and affordable housing for the
very low-, low- and moderate-income residents of Long Beach.
The LBHDC was established by the City of Long Beach on July 25, 1989.
The LBHDC is a California non-profit public benefit corporation governed
by a board comprised of 11 members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed
by the City Council. The Board sets policy and provides direction to Housing
Services staff in acquiring, rehabilitating, sponsoring, and constructing
affordable housing. The City Council approves the LBHDC's bylaws and changes
thereto, and the City provides all staff and administrative support, including
most of the LBHDC's annual funding.
Amy J. Bodek, AICP, President
Chair of LBHDC Board
Term Began 7/1/03
Kevin Cwayna, M.D.
Term Began 7/1/06
Term Began 7/1/04
Term Began 7/1/07
Risk to Reward’s founder and
President, Stacy McDaniel, was formerly General Counsel and Risk Manager to
John Laing Homes, a regional homebuilder nationally recognized for the
quality of its homes and its premier customer service. Prior to her
position with Laing, Ms. McDaniel was employed by Lockton Insurance Brokers
as a specialist in risk management and claims handling, where her primary
clients were in the homebuilding industry.
graduated from UCLA, with her Bachelor of Arts degree in History, and
obtained her law degree from Loyola Law School. In addition to her legal
and risk management expertise, Ms. McDaniel holds an Associate in Risk
Management (“ARM”) accreditation from the Insurance Institute of America, a
California real estate broker’s license, and California and Colorado
property and casualty broker’s licenses. Ms. McDaniel lectures frequently
for legal, insurance and construction industry gatherings.
Attorney at Law
Term Began 10/1/10
Jeff Price graduated
cum laude from California State
University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and
obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Whittier Law School.
Jeff is a partner at Morrison, LaRossa, Price & Iturrioz and
practices Workers’ Compensation Law and Family Law.
Jeff lives in the 7th Council District and previously served on
the Long Beach Public Safety Advisory Commission.
For the past two years, Jeff has served the State of California
through his appointment to the California Council on Criminal Justice by the
Senate Rules Committee.
Term Began 10/1/10
A graduate of the Long Beach Neighborhood Leadership
Program, Ms. Storke has lived in Long Beach since 2001.
She is involved in many facets of the community,
including the establishment of a Community Parking Program.
Finance and strategic planning are Ms. Storke’s
areas of expertise, having worked for Continental Airlines and Nestle in
those capacities. She holds a B.A. in History
from Washington & Lee University and an M.B.A. from Thunderbird.
Term Began 11/1/08
Anna Ulaszewski worked at the
Long Beach Naval Shipyard until its closure in 1997. She was the BRAC
Environment Coordinator and the co-chair of the Restoration Advisory Board.
She was a commissioner of the Long Beach Community Development Advisory
Commission for 8 years; and a member of the Home Preservation Loan Committee
and the Empowerment Zone Application Committee. She also served on the
Board of the Greater Long Beach Chapter, American Red Cross for 14 years.
received her B.S. from the University of New York and her Masters of Urban
and Regional Planning (MURP) from the University of Hawaii. She is a member
of the American Institute of Certified Planners. Until moving to Long Beach
in 1992, she was a practicing Environmental/Land Use Planner.
Term Began 11/17/10
Since coming to Long Beach in 2004 Conor has worked in real estate
development and has focused in affordable housing since 2007. Prior to
earning an MBA at Oxford University in England, he worked as a management
consultant with Deloitte Consulting and Accenture.
Conor enjoys spending time with his wife, Sophois Sokhom,
and their three children. Thanks to Sophois’ and other friend’s patience,
Conor speaks passable Cambodian and Spanish.
Term Began 7/1/03
Patrice has been Executive Director
of Long Beach Day Nursery since 2002. Prior to joining LBDN, she had close
to 10 years of experience in community economic development, focusing on
small business development and access to capital. She is a graduate of
Occidental College with a BA in Social Psychology, and received her MBA from
the University of Southern California.
Patrice is currently vice chair of the Long Beach Early Childhood
Education Committee, is the 4th District Appointee to the Los
Angeles County Child Care Planning Committee, is a member of the board of
directors of Abode Communities Design Corporation, and is a graduate of
Leadership Long Beach.