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Chris Copeland Joins CHIP as Asset Manager

Jan 05, 2024
Chris Copeland Joins CHIP as Asset Manager

Chris Copeland Joins CHIP as Asset Manager

Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) is thrilled to welcome Chris Copeland as its Asset Manager. Chris’ background in Housing and Property Management will help CHIP improve the longevity of its property assets, ensuring its affordable housing portfolio will serve communities for decades to come.

Chris’ background in Property Management started at Sheraton Real Estate Management where he was a Senior Portfolio Manager. Most recently, he served as Program Officer for the North Valley Community Foundation where he focused on grantmaking and addressing housing challenges related to the region’s critical housing needs in disaster recovery. Chris will continue to serve on the Housing Committee at the Camp Fire Collaborative, where he continues to help our community bring back valuable housing stock.

“We are excited to add Chris to the CHIP team,” says Seana O’Shaughnessy, CHIP CEO and President. “His combined experience in property management, philanthropy, housing, and partnership building will strengthen our asset management department. His deep commitment to making our community better was evident as he helped organizations and individuals rebuild after the Camp Fire. We know he will bring the same level of commitment to CHIP and our residents,” adds Seana.

In his role as Asset Manager, Chris will utilize his deep knowledge of housing, grants, and property management, to strengthen CHIP’s portfolio. The preservation of existing affordable housing in the North Valley, especially in rural serving communities, is one critical element in solving California’s housing crisis.

"I was so honored to be part of NVCF’s disaster recovery work, particularly my work in housing. I’m excited to continue my journey with CHIP, helping support the affordable housing needs of our region in this new role," says Chris.

When CHIP looks ahead on housing challenges in the North Valley, it continues to deepen its commitment to its residents and the communities it serves. CHIP looks forward to seeing future generations benefit from the stability and well-being that come with safe, healthy, affordable housing.

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