COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT FOR BLACK & LATINOS
Jules Dunham Howie
Co-Chair, Director, UPC Westside CDC
Jules Dunham Howie has worked on organizational development issues for over 20 years. Through her consultancy firm, Jul Enterprise, she has provided facilitation, training, and capacity building supports including fund development, strategic planning and board development to for-profits and non-profits all across the United States. Over 2000 people have been trained by Jules on organizational capacity building, and grantsmanship issues. She is a strong community activist and serves as on the board of the Historic Marble Hill Community Association and as Director of the UPC Westside CDC. Jules is the President of the Maryland Black Caucus Foundation and enjoys using her policy development skills honed in her United Nations work. Jules received her BS in Communications and Theatre from James Madison University, and she received her Master of Divinity degree from Payne Theological Seminary. She is an Itinerate Elder in the AME Church and is married to Rev. Myron D. Howie.Together they have two children Ollie and Grace Marie and reside in Baltimore, Maryland.
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