“Why We Do What We Do:” With a New Name and Look, LACDA Emphasizes Commitment to Serving Los Angeles County

Date Published: 
July 11th, 2019

After 36 years as a trusted community leader in the core areas of housing, community development, and economic development, the Community Development Commission/Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (CDC/HACoLA) has rebranded as the Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA).

The Los Angeles County Development Authority is proud to share this video that features its executive team’s personal perspectives on why they remain dedicated to fulfilling the agency’s mission, to Build Better Lives and Better Neighborhoods. Each team member’s story emphasizes their passion and reasons for helping the community, including one director’s personal experience as a Section 8 program participant. The team’s compassion and commitment to be of service to the residents of Los Angeles County reflects the spirit of the agency. Simply titled “Why We Do What We Do,” the video is a testament to the optimism that serves as the agency’s compass on its journey to disrupt generational poverty and homelessness in Los Angeles County.


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