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Tompkins Trust Company welcomed Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services Executive Director Johanna Anderson to its Board of Directors last Friday.

Anderson is an executive director who has dedicated her career to helping low-income people find quality, safe housing that fits their needs. She brings over 15 years of experience in expanding access to affordable housing, building livable communities, and leading economic development efforts to reach diverse populations throughout the nation. Anderson brings expertise in affordable housing finance and community real estate development, as well as a strong track record of developing successful collaborations among government, private sector, nonprofit and community partners.

“Johanna’s successful track record in economic development and expertise in nonprofit and community work will serve as great assets to our board. We are excited to have her aboard,” said Stephen Romaine, President and CEO of Tompkins Financial Corporation.

Greg Hartz, President and CEO of Tompkins Trust Company added: “We are thrilled to welcome Johanna to the Tompkins Trust Company board of directors and we look forward to her deep experience in the affordable housing needs of our local communities.”

Anderson and her family live in Montour Falls and is an active member of the community. She received her BA from Colorado State University, MBA in Nonprofit Management from Husson University, and holds nationally recognized certificates in homeownership programs and housing development finance.

Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services (INHS) got its start by trying a new way to reverse the decline of downtown Ithaca: fixing homes up rather than tearing them down. It is the mission of INHS to revitalize neighborhoods in Central New York, encouraging stability and diversity, and to assist low to moderate income people in obtaining quality housing on a long-term basis.

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