Jonathan B. Webb - Chief Philanthropy Officer
Jonathan Webb, the President of Affordable Housing Access, has over 30 years experience in the development of residential real estate. He began his career with American Development Corporation (Los Angeles). During his tenure the firm developed over 30 projects totaling more than 6,000 units of low and moderate income apartments. Later, as a Development Manager with Forest City Enterprises, he produced low and moderate income senior housing financed or insured by HUD, as well as conventionally financed apartments. In addition, he has extensive experience in the development, acquisition and rehab of affordable for-sale housing throughout Southern California.
In 1999 Webb and other members of AHA’s board formed Project Access, Inc., a nonprofit whose mission is to provide on-site education and other social services to low-income residents of affordable rental communities. Webb continues to serve as Board Chair. Project Access’s services include school readiness, after school programs, ESL, computer literacy, and other programming.
In 2007 Webb received United Way’s Dan Donahue Award for his support of children and youth of Orange County. In 2011 he was a recipient of the Bank of America’s “Local Hero” award and an honored participant in the Orange County Community Foundation’s “On Purpose” project celebrating non-profit leaders.
He is a member and past Treasurer of the Grand Central Art Center Board of Directors and is also an advisory board member of the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, both located in Santa Ana, California.
Mr. Webb is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and Golden Gate University School of Law.