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Moises Loza profiled in Affordable Housing Finance Magazine

Donna Kimura of Affordable Housing Finance Magazine profiled HAC Executive Director Moises Loza in its “Pop Quiz” segment. Moises discussed his upbringing in a migrant farmworker family, his path into affordable housing, the specific challenges faced by rural housers, and more.

Donna Kimura of Affordable Housing Finance Magazine profiled HAC Executive Director Moises Loza in its “Pop Quiz” segment. Moises discussed his upbringing in a migrant farmworker family, his path into affordable housing, the specific challenges faced by rural housers, and more.

Pop Quiz With Moises Loza

By Donna Kimura

Moises Loza is executive director of the Housing Assistance Council (HAC), a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that works to improve housing conditions for the rural poor. HAC has been helping local organizations build affordable homes in rural America since 1971. Loza has experience at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Department of Agriculture’s Rural Housing Service. A member of a migrant farmworker family, he grew up in Texas and traveled with his family seeking farm work through the South, Midwest, and West.

Read the complete post at Affordable Housing Finance Magazine.

Moises Loza (left) jokes with Cliff Taffett of HUD CPD and Doug O'Brien of USDA RD at the HAC Rural Housing ConferenceMoises Loza (left) jokes with Cliff Taffett of HUD CPD and Doug O’Brien of USDA RD at the HAC Rural Housing Conference
-Photo by Jay Mallin Photography