San Jose, CA – Housing Trust Silicon Valley, a nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), announced today that Noni Ramos has been honored by the Silicon Valley Business Journal as a Woman of Influence in 2022. Honorees were unveiled in the June 17, 2022, issue of the Silicon Valley Business Journal and celebrated during a special event on June 16, 2022 at the Signia by Hilton in San Jose.
Honorees are top executives, C-suite leaders, and entrepreneurs who exemplify creativity, passion, vision, and perseverance. Honorees span a variety of industries including technology, real estate, finance, hospitality, non-profits, law, medicine, education, and more.
“It is an absolute honor to receive this award,” said Noni Ramos, CEO, Housing Trust. “I have spent my career dedicated to working to ensure a better future for our communities. This is my life’s work, and I am humbled and grateful to be recognized.”
For the past 22 years, Housing Trust Silicon Valley has been making the greater Bay Area a more affordable place to live by providing financing to developers for the creation of affordable housing solutions. These investments have resulted in the creation of more than 25,000 affordable housing opportunities, helping nearly 47,000 people with safe, stable, and affordable housing. Noni has been leading the organization for more than one and a half years.
“Each year since 2005, the Silicon Valley Business Journal has set out to identify business and community leaders making a real difference. The 99 outstanding professionals in the Women of Influence Class of 2022 perfectly personify what this program is all about. They are all successful and inspirational leaders,” said J. Jennings Moss, SVBJ editor-in-chief and general manager.
About Housing Trust Silicon Valley
Housing Trust Silicon Valley (Housing Trust) is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) based in San Jose that works to improve the quality of life for low to moderate income people in the greater Bay Area by increasing affordable housing opportunities. Since 2000, Housing Trust has invested more than $500 million towards the development of affordable homes, helping people experiencing homelessness, to renters, to first-time homebuyers – creating nearly 25,000 affordable housing opportunities serving nearly 47,000 of our neighbors. Housing Trust is the first nonprofit CDFI to receive a Standard & Poor’s rating, AA- because of our strong capacity to meet financial commitments. For more information visit www.housingtrustsv.org.
About the Silicon Valley Business Journal
The Silicon Valley Business Journal is the #1 print and online source for business news and information on the most successful people, companies and transactions in Silicon Valley. Every Friday, the Business Journal arrives with an in-depth lineup of breaking local news stories, business profiles and valuable industry rankings. From technology and sustainability to small business, economic development, transportation, real estate and venture capital, the Business Journal covers the most relevant and timely topics for the business community in Santa Clara, San Mateo, Alameda, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito counties. SiliconValleyBusinessJournal.com takes the Business Times brand known for its insight, analysis and high journalistic standards and extends it to the Internet. Thousands of established and up and coming executives visit SiliconValleyBusinessJournal.com every day looking for the information they need to do business in one of the important business centers in the world.