MOBILE, Ala. – Mobile attorney Breanne Zarzour has been appointed to the Mobile Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners by Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson.
“Breanne brings an outstanding level of integrity and professionalism, and she is eminently qualified to help us improve public housing in Mobile,” said Mayor Stimpson. “I am grateful for her willingness to serve at such a critical time of need for the Housing Authority.”
The Mobile Housing Authority’s mission is to become a dynamic catalyst for community and family empowerment through the strategic and coordinated delivery of quality affordable housing, quality of life initiatives and other wealth building resources. Ms. Zarzour, the third appointment made by Mayor Stimpson to the five-member board, also serves the Mobile community through other endeavors. In 2012, she co-founded the Fuse Project, which has raised over $1.3 million for children’s projects in the local community.
“Breanne is an integral part of the Mobile community,” said Mobile office Managing Partner Allen “Teeto” Graham. “From the Fuse Project to her new appointment, she is deeply committed to the city’s development.”
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