More than 20 community stakeholders gathered for the Housing Authority of Bowling Green (HABG) EnVision Center Roundtable held on November 5, 2018, to discuss expanding partnerships with the housing authority and serving its residents. Hosted by Executive Director Abraham Williams and Special Project Director Katie Miller, the roundtable was well attended by a diverse group of enthusiastic community partners.
HUD Kentucky Field Office Director Michael Browder facilitated the conversation with the stakeholders that included a discussion on the EnVision Center 4 Pillars of Opportunity: Economic Empowerment, Educational Advancement, Health and Wellness, and Character and Leadership.
"I am so impressed to see so many important, diverse community partners here today showing their support for the Housing Authority of Bowling Green EnVision Center and its residents," said HUD Kentucky Field Office Director Michael Browder. "Abraham Williams is a leader in partnering with the community and this is evidence of his leadership. I anticipate great outcomes because of today’s roundtable."
Many of the stakeholders already partner with the HABG and offered suggestions on ways that they can further help HABG residents.