Steve Colman Appointed New Executive Director of Century Villages at Cabrillo
2013-02-28 · By Editor
On Wednesday, February 20, 2013, Ron Griffith, President and CEO of Century announced that Century Housing Vice President, Steve Colman was promoted to Executive Director of Century Villages at Cabrillo.
In his announcement, Mr. Griffith stated, “In this newly created role, Steve will be responsible for the stewardship of the Century Villages at Cabrillo community, including oversight of property management and our growing community development activities.”
Mr. Colman is in his tenth year of service to Century. Over the past nine years Mr. Colman has been directly involved in the day to day operations of the Villages at Cabrillo, including the construction and lease up of campus housing developments, the start-up and management of a property management company, the creation of a campus-wide risk management program, and the implementation of a campus-wide community development initiative.
As a highly experienced manager and widely respected leader, Mr. Colman is poised to accelerate the momentum that has been achieved at CVC over the past several years. In this new, fully dedicated position, he will oversee a team of nearly 30 individuals and help to steward CVC’s growing collaboration of some 15 service providers.
Brian D’Andrea, President of Century Villages at Cabrillo stated, “Steve’s focus will be on developing a culture of excellence that ensures a dignified living environment and high quality of life for our residents, consistent with Century’s mission.”
Mr. D’Andrea will retain primary responsibility for real estate development activities on the campus and will remain actively involved in outreach, advocacy, and fundraising efforts. In addition, Mr. D’Andrea will oversee Century’s investment activities in the preservation of affordable housing throughout Southern California.
Century Villages at Cabrillo (CVC) is a 27 acre supportive housing community established to break the cycle of homelessness. Supported by a collaboration of nonprofit and government agencies, CVC maintains a continuum of supportive housing ranging from shelter, to transitional and permanent housing supported by essential services such as life skills and employment counseling.