SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 24, 2017–Chuck Weinstock has been elected to the Board of Directors of BRIDGE Housing, a leading nonprofit developer, owner and manager of affordable housing.
Mr. Weinstock recently retired from JPMorgan Chase Bank, where he had served as Vice President/Senior Banker-Community Development Banking since 2007. Prior to Chase, he spent nearly two decades as the Executive Director of Capitol Hill Housing, a Community Development Corporation that creates equitable and sustainable communities in central Seattle.
Earlier, Mr. Weinstock held positions at Common Ground, the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation (now Neighborworks), the Fremont Public Association, and as Director of Community Sponsored Projects for the Office of the Mayor of Philadelphia. Among his previous board affiliations, he served as a Governor-appointed member of the Affordable Housing Advisory Board of Washington State; Board Chair of the Housing Development Consortium; Loan Committee Member for Impact Capital and the Network for Oregon Affordable Housing; the Seattle Housing Levy Steering Committee; and as Chair of the Seattle Planning Commission.
Mr. Weinstock earned a BA in Urban Planning from the University of Washington and is a graduate of the Kennedy School of Government Executive Program.
“Chuck is a legend in the industry, and we are delighted to welcome him to our board,” said Cynthia A. Parker, BRIDGE President and CEO. “His commitment to the Northwest, affordable housing and community place-making will help us align and be most effective in assisting new locales.”