Syracuse, New York – Christopher Community, Inc. has announced the promotion of Jordan Kline to the position of Director of Property Management.
“We are very excited to announce Jordan’s promotion to Director of Property Management,” said Christopher Community, Inc., President & CEO Justin Rudgick. “We believe her vision and enthusiasm align greatly with the growth and new strategic direction at Christopher Community.”
As Director of Property Management, Kline will provide oversight, management and guidance to the Property Management portfolio at Christopher Community.
Kline was most recently a regional property manager at Christopher Community, Inc. (CCI), but also has experience in military housing, market rate, Section 8, and LIHTC over the past 10 years. She started as a leasing consultant and was later district manager with Millenia Housing Management prior to joining CCI.
“I am thrilled and grateful for the opportunity to be promoted from within Christopher Community as the Director of Property Management,” Kline said. “While I have only been with CCI for a short period of time, I have already learned so much, and look forward to bringing my knowledge of property management to the company, and to help us grow as a team.”
Kline has an Associates Degree from Jefferson Community College, and attended LeMoyne College, where she studied Psychology. She also maintains her Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS), Tax Credit Specialist (TCS), Accredited Resident Manager (ARM) and C3P accreditations.
She was born and raised in Copenhagen, NY, and currently resides in Watertown, NY. She has an 8-year-old daughter Ella, and enjoys four-wheeling, camping, and spending time with her daughter and family.
About Christopher Community
Since 1971, Christopher Community, Inc. has developed and operated safe, affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and seniors in a way that respects their dignity, and fosters their independence, while enhancing the character of the neighborhoods in which they live. Christopher Community currently manages over 3,200 units of housing in more than 100 buildings and administers the Rental Assistance Program in Onondaga County, which provides assistance to over 1,200 households. The non-profit organization serves communities across New York State including: Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Utica, Watertown, Oswego, Cortland, Elmira, and Canandaigua, amongst others.