Guide Movin’ Out
Movin’ Out board of directors and staff met recently to target five strategic goals. First, Movin’ Out will assist its customers to succeed as neighbors and citizens. Second, we will continue to build new, inclusive housing. Third, we will sustain our focus on home ownership for people with disabilities. Fourth, we will maintain our portfolio of rental housing and market vacancies to people who rely on supportive services, as well as help tenants achieve success as tenants and neighbors. Fifth, we will select a new executive director who will continue our mission, as well as fill other future vacancies with talented people who share our vision. See the complete mission statement...
Dave Porterfield, left, accepts Community First award for partnering with Brittany Romine, center, and her business of harvesting wild flower seeds
Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago Announces Final 2018 Community First® Award Winner in Madison, Wisconsin.
Movin’ Out, Inc. has received a $10,000 partnership award on behalf of Tiger Lily Seeds. Tiger Lily Seeds is a three-acre urban garden on the site of Pinney Lane, a rental property developed by Movin’ Out (a nonprofit organization that provides housing solutions for adults with disabilities) and financed by BMO Harris National Association. Brittany Romine, a resident of Pinney Lane and owner of Tiger Lily Seeds, cultivates prairie wetland plants and sells their seeds for use in rain garden.
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What does this program offer?
Movin’ Out, a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Certified Housing Counseling Agency, in partnership with the Home Buyers Round Table, provides home buyer education required for down payment assistance programs.
With 7 hours of classroom instruction presented by industry experts, as well as individual counseling with certified housing counselors, this program prepares you for a successful home search and purchase experience.
Content experts teach you about: credit, money management, down payment assistance, mortgage lending, real estate, home inspection, home insurance, closing documents and procedures.
Who is eligible for this program?
Everyone is eligible.
Home Buyer Class Description
Home Buyer Class Schedule
Contact a Movin’ Out Housing Counselor for more information at 608-251-4446 x7
Job Opportunity - Team Administrator
Movin’ Out, Inc. is seeking a full-time multi-talented, and driven Team Administrator to join our team. This rock star holds it all together for our organization. The Team Administrator is responsible for supporting operations and leading special projects. She/he/they will take ownership of a broad range of administrative, HR, bookkeeping, and support functions at Movin’ Out. This role reports to the Executive Director and works out of our office located in Madison, WI. More...
Kathryne Auerback: Movin’ Out’s New Leader
“On behalf of Movin’ Out board of directors and staff, I am happy to announce that Kathryne Auerback will be our new executive director,” beamed Movin’ Out board president, Jean MacCubbin. “We are so happy to have found a candidate who connects so well with Movin’ Out’s mission, its constituency of people with disabilities, and our culture of accomplishment and creativity.”
Auerback’s talents as a values-based strategic leader were crafted in managing green building and other environmental and health-related businesses, most recently, as the marketing director of a health technology company that helps empower patients to be active partners in their care, as well as in both her academic and administrative roles with the Sustainability Leadership Program and the School of Business at Edgewood College.
“All of us at Movin’ Out also want to express our gratitude to Amy Wedekind Kallas for stepping up to serve as interim executive director,” MacCubbin said, “she led the organization through this transition with poise and wisdom.”
To reach Kathryne:
608/251-4446, extension 3
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The Board of Directors and the staff of Movin’ Out, Inc. are honored to have the opportunity to contribute to the creation of stronger communities by supporting individuals with disabilities and their families to live in safe, affordable housing.