“This is a pivotal moment for Ohio communities,” said Hollingsworth. “I’m proud to support and contribute to the incredible work our member organizations are doing to lift communities, address the needs of neighborhoods and improve the quality of life for people across Ohio.”
Torey received her Masters of City and Regional Planning from The Ohio State University and her BA from the University of Chicago. She is a 2021 graduate of Leadership Dayton and serves on the Dayton Art Institute Associate Board.
About the Ohio CDC Association:
Over its 40-year history, the Ohio CDC Association has been listening to Community Development Corporations in Ohio and responding with resources to help its members with capacity-building, advocacy and public policy development with the mission of fostering socially and economically healthy communities. Throughout the years, OCDCA has worked with its members to come closer to the realization of a community development environment that comprehensively improves life opportunities for all residents.