Kristin Aldana-Taday

Program Associate, Domestic Programs

Kristin Aldana-Taday

Kristin Aldana-Taday coordinates domestic grantmaking activities for the program department of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. Aldana-Taday monitors current grants and supports the development, review, and presentation of domestic grant proposals, with a focus on the Foundation’s Chronic Homelessness initiative, for consideration by the Foundation board of directors. Prior to joining the Hilton Foundation, Aldana-Taday worked for the Liberty Hill Foundation, where she directed donor services with a focus on donor engagement activities and donor advised funds. Aldana-Taday also previously worked for Pacoima Beautiful, an environmental justice organization in Los Angeles. She holds a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and urban studies from the University of California, San Diego.

Posts by Kristin Aldana-Taday

  1. Our News

    Framing for Impact: Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles County

    Homelessness June 27, 2017 By Andrea Iloulian, Kristin Aldana-Taday

    Framing for Impact: Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles County

  2. Our News

    How Los Angeles County Can Build on Success to End Chronic Homelessness

    Homelessness November 15, 2016 By Andrea Iloulian, Kristin Aldana-Taday

    How Los Angeles County Can Build on Success to End Chronic Homelessness

  3. Our News

    Unprecedented Collaboration and Momentum to Solve Homelessness

    Homelessness January 12, 2016 By Andrea Iloulian, Kristin Aldana-Taday

    Our 5th annual Chronic Homelessness convening showcased an unprecedented level of collaboration and forward momentum taking place in our city and county’s history to end homelessness.

  4. Our News

    Client Voice Matters

    Homelessness December 22, 2015 By Kristin Aldana-Taday

    Kristin Aldana-Taday, Program Associate for the Foundation’s Homlessness initiative, sat down with Mark Horvath of Invisible People; Ann English, program’s manager for Corporation for Supportive Housing’s Speak Up!; and Vikki Vickers, one of the program’s advocates, to learn more about their partnership to share the stories of formerly homeless individuals.

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