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Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation adds new resident commissioner
Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon has appointed Rosalind Hall as a resident commissioner to the Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation’s (KCDC) Board of Commissioners. Hall will serve a two-year term.
“We welcome Rosalind to the board,” KCDC Executive Director and CEO Ben Bentley said. “As a resident commissioner, she brings her commitment to serving families and insight about living within our Lonsdale community.”
Hall is a native of Oak Ridge and a 25-year resident of Lonsdale Homes. A 1992 graduate of Oak Ridge High School, she has worked in the restaurant management and industrial fields. She is a 12-year member of Open Door Church in Lonsdale and devotes her time to volunteering – especially cooking – for her church and community. She is the mother of four adult children.
“The meaningful insight from our resident commissioners benefits our board and our residents,” said Bob Whetsel, chair of KCDC’s Board of Commissioners. “Rosalind has a personal mission to serve her community and I look forward to working with her and welcome her to our dedicated and talented board.”
KCDC’s Board of Commissioners oversees all the agency’s programs, including affordable housing administration, redevelopment and rental assistance programs. The seven citizen board members are appointed by the mayor of Knoxville, including the resident commissioner. KCDC’s executive director and CEO serves as board secretary.
About Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation
Since 1936, KCDC has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Knoxville. KCDC’s mission is to improve and transform neighborhoods and communities by providing high-quality affordable housing, advancing development initiatives and fostering self-sufficiency. For more information, call 865-403-1100 or visit http://www.kcdc.org.