Project New Life’s mission is to serve society by providing temporary and permanent housing for many of our city’s homeless, while strengthening and beautifying our community.
We are dedicated to the rehabilitation of currently underutilized, vacant and abandoned properties in Los Angeles County.
These properties are blighted and unsafe, effecting our society and environment with a demoralizing impact on our communities.
Our plan brings new hope and critically needed housing to thousands of our local populations.
About Rodney Brown, CEO of New Life Global Development
Hi! I’m Rodney Brown, and I have many years of experience in the area of property development for housing and businesses. Below are some professional positions I have held in the past.
I was the first Chief Building Engineer of Woodland Park Apartments. I contributed to building the Woodland Park Apartments from the ground up starting in 1992 all the way up into 1995 when I moved to Los Angeles. The link to the Woodland Park Apartments is listed below.
I was an Environmental Controls Engineer for UCLA from 1999 to 2001. I was responsible for building repair and maintenance. The link to the UCLA Building Repair and Maintenance Department is listed below.
I was the property manager for Inglewood Meadows – Senior Living from 2001 to 2004. I was responsible for maintaining 200 units. The link to the Inglewood Meadows – Senior Living property is listed below.