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Melanie Robledo is the inaugural Senior Program Manager of the Impact Justice National Housing Incubator. The initiative is a first of its kind innovation, recently funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance within the U.S. Department of Justice. Together, her team will administer grants and provide TTA to helps CBOs build capacity to meet reentry needs, support staff members, and sustain and scale programming.

Melanie leads marginalized communities toward progress by fostering cross-sector collaboration, facilitating networking opportunities, and effectively managing resources. These efforts ultimately empower individuals to live with dignity and receive the support they deserve to feel safe and reach their unique goals. She is mission-driven with an infectious passion for the humanity of all people.

Melanie leverages her lived experience and expertise in specialty programs to bring awareness, bridge community gaps, and influence policy change. She currently serves on the California Interagency Council on Homelessness Lived-Experience Advisory Board, and recently completed a degree in Addiction Treatment Studies with High Honors.

She is also a discreet science enthusiast who has dedicated time to analyzing cells under a microscope and writing Standard Operating Procedures as a former Histotechnician. Among her many achievements, her most cherished title is that of a full-time soccer Mom.

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