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Armand Magnelli
Armand Magnelli

Armand Magnelli (CP 111 and CP114) has worked in the affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization field for 25 years. His areas of concentration include training, high production program design and implementation, housing development capacity building, project management, program assessments, project feasibility, healthy housing, green housing, energy conservation, community and neighborhood planning and revitalization, strategic planning, organizational assessments, and technology integration. . . .

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The unparalleled success of NeighborWorks training depends on the expertise of our faculty members. Experts in their fields and trained in adult education, most are seasoned practitioners.

The curriculum is a dynamic product, constantly evolving to respond to the changing circumstances in the community development field. Our faculty members help shape curricula design. The combination of expertise, experience and day-to-day practice that our faculty members have is our most useful asset in maintaining state-of-the-art community development training offerings.

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