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Andrew Frishkoff has served as Executive Director of Philadelphia LISC since 2011. He has dedicated his adult life to addressing issues of affordable housing and community development, with more than 30 years of experience.
Melissa Kim is the office's Deputy Director and oversees all program activity, besides maintaining responsiblity for our Commercial Corridor, Community Safety, and Creative Placemaking initiatives.
Rachel Brooks serves as Program Officer for LISC’s Sustainable Communities Initiative in the neighborhoods of West Philadelphia, Eastern North Philadelphia and Kensington.
Katya Noreika serves as Lending Program Officer and works to advance LISC’s community development lending program by providing LISC partners with tools, resources, and technical assistance to invest in projects.
Carolyn Placke serves as LISC’s Housing Program Officer, advancing LISC’s priority housing activities including affordable home repair, home preservation, mixed-use development, and equitable development and workforce housing in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Jessica Collazo serves as an Assistant Program Officer. She provides critical programmatic support through reporting, outcome measurement, and grants administration. She also manages LISC's grant portfolio of Financial Opportunity Centers.
Anna Stormer serves as the APO for Communications & Resource Development leading our communication strategies and enhances all our fundraising goals. Community partners are encouraged to share events, updates, and milestones with Anna to enhace awareness.
Nicholas Mulligan is the office's Senior Administrative Assistant. He provides admin support to colleagues, functions as the liaison between the staff and its advisory board, and keeps the office running smoothly.
Verónica Ayala Flores serves as a Community Development Assistant, providing programmatic and administrative support for LISC's various programs and strategic priorities.
Rachael Viscidy serves a project manager, providing support for economic development projects including LISC’s work on Philadelphia’s commercial corridors.