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Intersection Podcast

Intersection: Osceola County Grapples With The Pandemic

On this episode of Intersection, we’re joined by Kissimmee Mayor Jose Alvarez and Osceola County School Board Member Kelvin Soto, talking about how Osceola County is coping with the economic turmoil triggered by the pandemic. Later in the show- Rev. Mary Lee Downey, CEO of the Community Hope Center in Osceola County talks about the impact of the crisis on affordable housing. 
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Rev. Mary Lee Downey. Photo: Matthew Peddie. WMFE

Community Hope Center Navigates The Pandemic

The pandemic has thrown up all sorts of challenges for businesses and non-profits alike- trying to navigate the healthcare crisis and stay afloat. But what impact does a pandemic – and a sharp recession- have on a non-profit that’s focused on affordable housing? 
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