RecoveryPark’s mission is to help revitalize Detroit through innovative job creation projects benefiting those persons and communities in recovery. To that end, we are adding to the roster those people whose skills and abilities will help move RecoveryPark down its intended path.
Three new people have been named to RecoveryPark’s Board of Directors:
- Richard Hosey. A senior vice president for Bank of America, Hosey’s focus is equity investments in commercial real estate. With $1.25 billion in completed transactions, his recent accomplishments include Fenway Park in Boston and the Broderick Tower and Capital Park projects in downtown Detroit.
- Kathy Makino. The CEO of Shelborne Development and Malino Construction, Makino has focused on developing quality affordable housing with projects totaling over $200 million. Her firm has helped to renovate more than 1,000 units of multi-family housing in Southeast Michigan.
- Bishop Edgar L. Vann. The senior pastor of Second Ebenezer Church, Vann has served as a member of RecoveryPark’s Leadership Task Force over the last 2.5 years. Vann, who leads a congregation of 6,000 in two locations, is active with a host of community businesses and economics development agencies.
- Warren E. Goodell. An executive with 40 years of experience in non-profit management, Goodell has a record of accomplishments in positions at the Southfield Community Foundation, Lawrence Technological University and Marygrove College, to name a few. His extensive background in philanthropy and grant making will help RecoveryPark going forward. Additionally, Mr. Goodell’s experience in public relations, events, marketing, publications and communications will provide a necessary platform for RecoveryPark’s communications. Mr. Goodell’s extensive skills in budgeting, financial management, strategic planning and the recruitment and development of volunteers and staff, are the reasons why he joins us a Vice President – Chief Organizational Officer.