“To create best in class living experiences that will positively motivate and empower people to live their best life.”


The FLCDC Executive Board, Officers and Staff includes community residents, business owners and professionals with an interest in preserving northwest Fort Lauderdale and assuring that affordable and workforce housing is available to existing and future residents. The FLCDC’s mission and strategic objectives are specifically designed to have an immediate and direct impact regarding the current housing conditions in Broward County.
• To sustain and develop affordable housing
• To raise the economic, educational and social levels of the residents of the City of Fort Lauderdale.
• To advocate for and provide access to low-cost housing for the poor, distressed, underprivileged and indigent through rehabilitation of existing substandard buildings and construction of new facilities in the place of blighted structures or vacant site and to combat the deterioration of the community by contributing to its physical development; and blight in the Community Development Block Grant Target Area of the City of Fort Lauderdale and Broward County.


Affordable housing is defined in terms of the income of the people living in the home. The family must be income eligible. Income eligibility is defined in terms of area median income, adjusted for family size.


FLCDC Board members are friends, neighbors, business owners and community advocates who live, work and invest their time, treasure and talent in the Northwest Fort Lauderdale area.  They are community residents from all walks of life including certified public accountants, business leaders, technology professionals, attorneys, educators and retirees all interested in improving the quality of lives of residents in our community.

Executive Board

Dennis Wright - President
Edith Bynes - Vice President
Terrance Donald Hill, Esq. - Secretary
Simone K. Keize, CPA - Treasurer
Joe Toliver - Executive Director

Board Members

Alicia Alleyne - Board Member
Brian N. Davis, CPA - Board Member
Nettie Williams - Board Member
Charnette Cash - Community Liaison

Commissioner Carlton B. Moore

Lead the charge “Building Our Community, Block by Block” in the City of Fort Lauderdale.
In memory of Carlton B. Moore who was a staunch advocate for the Fort Lauderdale Community Development Corporation (FLCDC) from its incorporation in 1988 to his death in 2014. He supported the FLCDC’s efforts to acquire and rehabilitate residential property to provide affordable housing to low-income residents, promote economic development and enhance their quality of lives