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Director of Community Housing: Oluwatoyin Adegbite-Moore
November 14, 2006, Volume 53, No. 12

Toyin Moore

Oluwatoyin Adegbite Moore has joined the Division of Business Services as Director of the Office of Community Housing. Ms. Adegbite-Moore will oversee the programs that provide assistance to Penn faculty and staff looking to purchase homes in West Philadelphia, including the Enhanced Mortgage Program and the Guaranteed Mortgage Program. The Office of Comunity Housing also develops programs to educate the Penn community on various aspects of home ownership, including regular workshops and an annual Housing Fair.

Prior to joining Penn, Ms. Adegbite Moore managed a consulting practice focusing on helping non-profit organizations develop strategic plans and build internal operations. She was also the President of Social Venture Partners Delaware, a Wilmington-based venture philanthropy organization. She has a particular expertise in affordable housing programs and private/public partnerships.

“Toyin possesses strengths in areas that are key to the continued success of the Office of Community Housing, including program evaluation, partnership building and community relations,” said Marie Witt, vice president of Business Services. “Along with these skills, she brings solid budget management experience.  We are thrilled to have her on our team.”     

Ms. Adegbite Moore is a graduate of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she received a B.A. in political science and French.  She currently serves on the trustee board of the Calvin College Alumni Association. She also holds a certificate from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University–The Fund Raising School.

With its significant University financial responsibilities, the Office of Community Housing falls under the direction of Pete Sepe, director of fiscal operations for Business Services.

For info on Community Housing see http://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/homeownership/ or call (215) 898-7422.

Almanac - November 14, 2006, Volume 53, No. 12