INDIANAPOLIS, IN (February 2024)
Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana is pleased to announce the hiring of Marchelle Berry as Vice President of Affordable Housing Development.
Berry brings nearly 20 years of experience in the real estate industry. She worked extensively on the development of affordable housing through the Rental Housing Tax Credit (RHTC) program and other federal and state funding.
In addition to being involved in the development of affordable housing, Berry serves as a housing advisor to Patchwork Indy, a non-profit organization serving immigrants and refugees on the northside of Indianapolis and a housing advocate for tenant rights.
She joins Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana’s leadership team to identify opportunities for funding and developing housing to meet the needs of VOA clients and communities.
“I’m honored to be joining the Volunteers of America team. I look forward to advancing the mission and working toward safe and quality affordable housing for all. ”Marchelle Berry
Vice President, Affordable Housing Development
“We are excited to welcome Marchelle to the team and very grateful for her vast knowledge of the real estate industry, and more specifically, affordable housing. I look forward to her involvement to support the growing needs of clients and services across the organization,” said John R. von Arx III, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana.
About Volunteers of America Ohio & Indiana
Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those in need live healthy, safe, and productive lives. Through thousands of human services programs, including housing and healthcare services, Volunteers of America helps nearly 1.5 million people across the country and more than 11,000 in Ohio and Indiana.
Since 1896, our ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups including low-income seniors, veterans, homeless individuals and families, men and women returning home after incarceration, homeless individuals and families, and those recovering from addictions. Visit www.voaohin.org for more information.