The job and life experience of the Board Members at these two refinancing co-ops are compelling both because of how well-equipped they are to meet the needs of their communities, and because I love that they’ve found safe and secure housing in a ROC!
While our team, the Thistle-ROC team, and the lenders made the trip extremely important – and believe me, I really enjoyed seeing and talking with people in person for a change – it was the six co-op leaders who spoke that sent me home beaming with pride.
The work by co-op leaders, the ROC Association Board and its committees, the TA affiliates, and ROC USA teams – along with a multitude of partner organizations – is helping to scale wide and deep and produce results for low- and moderate-income homeowners.
It is a hard decision. A leader’s highest priority must be the mission and organization. I truly believe this transition is fulfilling my obligation to both ROC USA and ICS.
Founding ROC USA® President to lead new subsidiary built to tackle new reality of marketplace By Paul Bradley President, ROC USA, LLC I recently shared news with staff and Network of my intent to transition from President of … More »
Paul Bradley, president of ROC USA® and Deb Winiewicz, ROC Association Director for the New England Region and Member of Halifax Estates Co-op, talk the history of manufactured home communities, how MHCs and ROCs operate and the federal or … More »
Paul Bradley, President of ROC USA® was featured on a Sept. 17 episode of Freakonomics: The Economics of Everyday Things, “Mobile Home Parks.” “Freakonomics” started as a book, a blog, a film and in 2010 became a podcast. … More »
The security of ownership in 308 communities. The opportunity for improved home values because homeowners control their neighborhood conditions. A connection to neighbors.
There’s a lot to be grateful for 15 years into our work together.
Long our ambition, online training and peer networking at ROC USA benefited from the pandemic. It spurred us to innovate and deliver. We have begun utilizing technology to expand learning and peer networking in support of ROC leaders and Members across the country.
The new mission and vision statements replace – although do not radically alter – the vision and mission on which we were founded in 2008.