The Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter, a unit of Habitat for Humanity International, works to expand low-income families’ access to innovative housing products, services, and financing. Through its ShelterTech accelerator platform, the Terwilliger Center makes entire housing markets more affordable and efficient. Since launching, the Terwilliger Center has assisted more than 27.8 million people in accessing improved housing solutions, worked with 100+ financial institutions to unlock $7.9 billion in affordable housing, and catalyzed $64 million in new business for firms serving low-income communities.
Gene Monasterio, an Autodesk customer-tech training instructor in Singapore, brought her customer expertise to CUBO Modular, a ShelterTech Accelerator startup in the Philippines.
ShelterTech is expanding into new geographies thanks to support from the Autodesk Foundation, benefitting Habitat’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter.