‘It Takes a Village’ – And Ellen Baxter ’75 is Helping (New York Times)

Ellen Baxter '75

The work of Broadway Housing Communities, an affordable-housing nonprofit founded by Ellen Baxter ’75, is highlighted in a piece by New York Times op-ed columnist Charles M. Blow.

“Art and nature show the other side of poverty,” offers Baxter amid the conversation about the importance of beauty and art in the mission to provide not only shelter but inspiration. “Poverty denigrates people and dehumanizes people.”

Broadway Housing’s leadership team also includes Mary Ann Villari ’75, the organization’s managing director and general counsel.

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  1. Christa Cornell

    I was delighted to come upon the NYT article. I knew that your project was amazing, and am so pleased it earned such a positive article from Charles Blow. Congratulations to you and Mary Ann.

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