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Greg R. Langer - New Trustee for RDFRS

Greg R. Langer – Trustee

Greg R. Langer Greg R. Langer is an affordable housing attorney (and real estate developer) in Los Angeles, CA.  He has spent decades interacting with the faith-based community.  Greg is a graduate of Georgetown University’s undergraduate program at the McDonough School of Business, magna cum laude, and its Law Center, cum laude. Greg’s lifelong fascination with the development of early Christianity accelerated as an undergraduate and has only intensified over time.  He views secularism as a core component for achieving enlightened societal change and widespread acceptance of “the Other.” Greg is the founding chairperson of Chrysalis, a non-profit serving the homeless in Los Angeles for over 25 years. Offering a “hand up” rather than a “hand out,” it has helped over 35,000 men and women out of poverty and homelessness.

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