Since joining Impact Seven in 2014, Caroline Loyas has prepared applications for $9 million in grants for community and economic development projects and programs, working cross-functionally within the organization to ensure that capital needs for all departments are satisfied. In addition to fund development, she manages funding award set-up, including preparation and submission of contract packages and development of reporting and compliance protocols. Caroline also provides recommendations on best practices for program development.
Caroline Loyas holds a Bachelor of Arts in Internation Development from Clark University, and is currently a candidate for a Master of Community and Economic Development with a 2016 graduation from Penn State University.
In addition, Caroline has completed HOME Rental Housing Development training as well as the University of Wisconsin School of Business’ Non-Profit Fundraising Executive coursework.
- CHAM (Consortium for Housing and Asset Management) Certification
- NCHM (National Center for Housing Management) Coursework
- Non-profit Housing Management Specialist Certification
- Certified Occupancy Manager
- Assisted Housing Manager and a Spectrum Training Tax Credit and Section 505 Award Recipient