Jackson Walker partner Suzan Kedron volunteered her voice and likeness to represent a Habitat for Humanity homeowner in My Habitown–a new digital trivia game from the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity.
Ms. Kedron recorded her voice at the KHVN radio station, which donated its recording studio and sound engineers to help produce the game. My Habitown challenges players to answer trivia questions that allow them to earn money to build out virtual Habitat homes for families. The goal is to simulate the actual process of the Habitat for Humanity program in a way that is both informative and entertaining. Ms. Kedron is currently on the Executive Committee Board of Directors for the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity.
Ms. Kedron represents real estate developers, land owners and public entities in a variety of land use and real estate development issues. Her practice focuses on the following issues: zoning, planning, due diligence, economic development incentives, tax increment financing, affordable housing, and litigation. Previously in her career, her law practice included corporate and white collar crime, bank fraud, evidentiary procedures, and general business litigation. Her architectural practice concentrated on upper-end residential design and construction. Ms. Kedron received her B.A. from Columbia University and her J.D. from the South Texas College of Law.