09-11 International Committee Member Profiles
Over 30 years as a housing professional.
Serving in the capacity of Executive Director for the last 14 years.
Currently the ED for the Housing Commission of Talbot County, ED for the St. Michaels Housing Authority, CEO for the Easton Redevelopment Corp. and the St. Michaels Redevelopment Corp.
Has served as President of the Maryland Chapter MAHRA, Senior Vice President, Vice President for Public Housing and Secretary. Also appointed by Gov. Erhlich to serve as commissioner on Housing Policy Commission for the State of Maryland. Worked with TARC on trouble shooting public housing authorties in the southeast and midwest. Serves as a development consultant to many non-profit organizations on eastern shore of Maryland. Currently a consultant with non-profit on the island of Dominica in the carribean designing work force housing and a 5 star resort.
MARHA - Member since 1994. Served as President 2000 - 2002
NAHRO - Member since 2002
MARC NAHRO - Member since 1994. Board member 2000-2004
NAHRO - Professional Development 2000 - 2004
Sub-Standard Housing Task Force Talobot County 1996 -
Commission on Housing Policy St. of Maryland 2004 -2005
Executive Director, Fort Collins Housing Authority serving 1,600 households through LIPH, Housing Choice Voucher program, LIHTC development, Single Room Occupancy homeless programs, family self-sufficiency and resident services programs, homeownership programs, creative partnerships - Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT), homeless day center partner, domestic violence center safehouse transitional programs, and non-profit 501c3 subsidiary.
Former executive director, Minot Housing Authority
Fort Collins City Manager's Executive Lead Team member, Housing Services Day Center board member, Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Partnership executive board member, Larimer County Workforce executive board member, Housing Services Day Center board of directors, former NAHRO Professional Development Committee member, former North Dakota NAHRO president. MA Healthcare Administration - New School for Social Research. CPM.
Over thirty years experience in human resource development and community and economic development programs. Currently oversees the CDBG, HOME, Housing Trust Fund, Refugee Assistance, County-wide Volunteer Services, and Energy Programs for Salt Lake County Goverment. Former Housing Commissioner for the Salt Lake City Housing Authority and also sitting as a member of the Salt Lake City Planning Commision.
Past President of the Utah Chapter of NAHRO also serving on Mountain Plans Board and the International Committee of NAHRO.
Past member of the International Economic Development Council, current member of National Association of Counties and Governor's Homeless Coordination Committee.
Senior Vice President - Asset Management-National Equity Fund, Inc. (NEF), the nation's largest nonprofit syndicator of low-income housing tax credits.
Joined NEF in 2000 from Local Initiatives Support Corporation, NEF's parent.
NAHRO Past President - 95-97
NAHRO Senior Vice President - 93-95
Elizabeth S. Glenn has been working for the Baltimore County Office of Community Conservation since November 1998. She has served as the agency's Chief of Community Planning and Development since June 2002. As Chief of Community Planning and Development Ms. Glenn oversees the administration of housing and community development funds including the federal entitlement programs such as the Community Development Block Grant Program, the Home Investment Partnership Program, and Emergency Shelter Grant Program, as well as other state and locally funded programs. She is largely responsible for the development and implementation of programs and public policy relative to affordable and workforce housing including the implementation of a green housing program to promote sustainable practices in rehabilitation and new construction of affordable housing and community facilities. She is responsible for strategic planning of the federal entitlement funds and is responsible for the prepar ation and evaluation of the Consolidated Plan, the Annual Action Plans, and the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report. She is also involved with the Regional Fair Housing Work Group, which is comprised of representatives from Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford, and Howard Counties, and the City of Baltimore. She is currently integrating green and sustainable practices within the housing programs that she oversees to promote healthier and more affordable maintenance of housing for low-to-moderate households.
Prior to working for Baltimore County, Ms. Glenn spent several years in the private sector working with nonprofit housing and community development organizations, as well as developers of affordable housing. During this time, Ms. Glenn worked with several lending institutions to develop lending products to increase the production of affordable housing and to increase access to credit for underserved populations. Ms. Glenn served as the Executive Director of the Baltimore Housing Roundtable, which provided capacity building and technical assistance services to developers of affordable housing. She has also provided consulting services to a number of private and public organizations such as the Enterprise Foundation, the Baltimore Neighborhood Collaborative, Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore, Baltimore City Public Schools, and the Citizens Housing and Planning Association. Between 1993 and 2000, Ms. Glenn held a Faculty Associate appointment at the Johns Hopkins Univer sity School of Nursing. Also during that period she lectured extensively at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene to both graduate and undergraduate classes.
She has served on the Board of Directors of a number of nonprofit housing and community development organizations such as Community Capital of Maryland, the Community Law Center, Maryland Alliance for Responsible Investment, Maryland Low Income Housing and Information Service, Light Street Housing Corporation, and the Women's Housing Coalition. She is the Vice President of Community Development for MD-NAHRO. She has worked with the National Congress of Neighborhood Women to promote leadership and economic development opportunities for grassroots women. In 1996, Ms. Glenn served as an NGO delegate to the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) held in Istanbul, Turkey. It was during her experience at Habitat II, that she became interested in the concept of sustainable communities and environmentally friendly construction techniques.
City Manager, Portland Maine 2001 to present
Director, Planning and Urban Development, Portland,Me. 1980-2001
Deputy Director, Portland Renewal Authority 1971-1980
Project Director Portland Renewal Authority 1970-1975
Model Cities Planner 1969-1970
American Planning Association
International City Manager's Association
International Downtown Management Association
Since 1995 Patricia Gustafson has directed Minnesota NAHRO, a statewide non profit membership organization of nearly 600 public agencies, non-profit and private organizations and individuals. She also serves as the Regional Service Officier for North Central Regional Counsel of NAHRO (NCRC), providing support and liaison sservices to member states and National NAHRO. Previously Ms. Gustafson worked with the City of Faribault, Faribault HRA and Rice County HRA. She was also the Historic Preservation Officer appointed by the Faribault City Council and served on the Minnesota NAHRO Board of Directors as Treasurer and Past President. She has over 32 years of experience in housing and community development.
Minnesota Historical Society National Register Nomination Review Board Member
Faribault Elderly Housing Coorporation Board Member
Faribault Foundation Senior Vice President
Affordable Homes Connection Secretary/Treasurer
Paradise Center for the Arts Board Member
Fannie Mae (Minnesota)Advisory Committee
Affordable Homes Congress Board Member
League of Minnesota Cities-Local Economies Committee
State Auditor's Tax Increment Financing Committee
Executive Director-Montgomery Housing Authority 2007-Present
Vice President Housing Operations-Houston HA 2003-2007
Asst General Manager-Philadelphia HA 2002-2003
Deputy Executive Director-Chester PA 1997-2002
Homeless Coalition Montgomery
NAR-SAAH (National Alliance of Resident Services in Affordand and Assisted Housing)
AAHRA (Alabama Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities)
Executive Director for 24 years
President of the Ohio Chapter - two terms
Ohio PD Chair for 5 years
NCRC PD Chair 2007-2009
NAHRO BOG 2009-2011
NAHRO Small Agency Task Force 2009-2011
High School: Graduate of Woodburn High School, Woodburn, Oregon
College: Attended Clackamas Community College - Bookkeeping Class
Work: Northeast Oregon Housing Authority started as Secretary/ Bookkeeper in 1980,
Appointed Executive Director in 1987
Transitional Housing - 4 units - State Trust Fund/Bank
Grant County Housing Project - 25 units of Public Housing
Huntington Housing Project - 12 units of Public Housing
LaGrande/Baker Severely Mental Ill Housing 20 units of HOME/State Trust Fund/State Bond
Homeownership Project scattered sites 38 units - FHA mortgage
Ontario Tax Credit Project - 48 units of HOME/State Trust Fund/Tax Credit/Bank
Handicap Accessible Rental Housing - 1 unit - Bank Loan
Rehab Rural Development Project in Baker - 24 units with RD/State Trust Fund/HOME/Bank
Rehab HUD Project in Enterprise - 28 units with HUD/State Trust Fund/HOME/Bank
Housing Authority Projects 262 units:
HUD Public Housing 129 Units
Transitional Housing 4 Units
Homeownership 15 Units
Seriously Mentally Ill Housing 20 Units
Elderly Tax Credit Project 32 Units
Rural Development Project 24 Units
HUD Multi-Family Project 38 Units.
HUD Program Administrated:
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program 710 Units
NAHRO Member since 1987
NAHRO Pacific Northwest Regional Council since 1996
State of Oregon Housing Council Member since 2003
Executive Director of the SouthSt. Paul HRA since1985
Our agency administers 298 units of public housing and 320 units for the HCV program. Also administer the CDBG program and economic development for the city.
Member of NAHRO since 1976
16 Years Housing Authority of City and County of Denver
Special Assistant to HUD Secretary Cisneros (1996-Six- Month Assignment)
15 Years public sector experience with Governor's Office of Job Training and Denver Mayor's Office of Employment and Training
Mayor Appointment - Denver Commission to End Homelessness - 10-Year Plan (Mayor Hickenlooper)
Past Denver St. Anthony's Redevelopment Task Force
Mayor Appointment Denver Infrastructure Task Force - Co Chair Safety Subcommittee
Founding/Current board member - First Tee of Denver Chapter
Previous Mayor appointee - Denver Commission on Aging (Webb)
Previous Mayor appointee - Denver Commission on Youth (Pena)
Previous Service to NAHRO:
Colorado State Board - VP Housing
Mountain Plains Board Member
Housing America 2007 Committee
75th Anniversary Planning Committee
Member Steering Committee
Past Mountain Plains Vice-President Housing
Past/Current Colorado Vice-President Housing
Past Chair Legislative Network Committee
Past Legislative Network member
Past Housing Committee member
Past Chair Public Housing Sub-Committee
Smart Growth Task Force member
Finance Co-Chair - Prague Institute for Global Urban Development
Mary Paumen is a Senior Program Director at the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) in Washington, D. C. As Director of LISC's Housing Authority Resource Center, she works with local housing agencies and community based organizations to encourage cooperative development of affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization.
She joined LISC in 1999 as a Senior Program Officer following twenty years of experience as a consultant and employee for local government, housing authorities, community development agencies, community organizations and private business.
NAHRO member since 1987.
MARC NAHRO President 2003-2005
NAHRO International Vice President 1997-1999
Member of NAHRO Board of Governors.
Currently, Executive Director - Housing Authority of Portland
25+ years experience in community systems, planning and development.
10 years - Director, Bureau of Housing and Community Development, City of Portland
Lectures at Portland State University's School of Urban Affairs
Past chair - board of Directors, REACH Community Development, Inc.
Past chair - Portland Youthbuilders
Deputy Executive Director - Program and Project Management- San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
Project Director - Yerba Buena Center
University of Oregon - Monterey Peininsula College - College of Alameda graduate
California State Universtiy, Hayward graduate
87-89 - NAHRO Past President
03-05 - member - NAHRO Board of Governors
Pastor, President, and Executive Director of Of Jesus Cares Outreach Inc, and The Promise Community Center.,2002 to present.
Chairperson of the Decatur Housing Authority 2006 to present
Board of the Near East Neighborhood Development.present
Executive Director of TSP Hope, Inc. Home Ownership Program for Equity Springfeild, IL 2002
Board Member Red Cross
Board member University of Illinois Extension
Macon Co. Member of Corporation for Supportive Housing. Decatur Homeless Council
Retired Professional. Served as Deputy Assessor in Lee County, Alabama. Retired as a Corporate Executive. Skilled in financial management,Pulic Relations, Real Estate Management, Tax Administration and Human Resources. Is also a Cetified Interrogator.
Chairperson- Opelika Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
Board Member-Child Advocacy Center
Member- City of Opelika Crime Task Force
Board Chair-Funding Committee for Neighborworks Opelika
Past Secretary-Lee County Voter's League
Member-Parent Advisory Board for Opelika City Schools
Member-Business and Professional Womens
Serve the City of Arvada as both the Executive Director of the Arvada Housing Authority and as Manager for Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization with the Arvada Community Development Department.
Direct City housing and community development program which includes the use of CDBG funding, HOME, housing rehabilitation programs, downtown revitalization, public services, etc. As Executive Director of the Arvada Housing Authority, responsible for all programs and operations of the Authority.
Prior to career in Arvada, employed by the City of Hamilton, Ohio as an Associate Planner following graduation from Miami University of Ohio located in Oxford, Ohio where he gained his MA Degree in 1974 in Urban Geography. Moved to Ohio after undergraduate BA Degree from Chico State University in California.
Served as the past Colorado and Mountain Plains NAHRO Vice President for Community Revitalization and Development and past Regional President for Mountain Plains NAHRO. Appointed to the NAHRO Community Revitalization and Development Committee and International Committee and current member Board of Governors for NAHRO.
I have over 22 years of public housing experience from Executive Director to various housing committees and appointments.
I am member of various housing committees and organizations.
Executive Director Sanford Housing Authority
NAHRO Faculty Member
Deputy Executive Director
Director of OPerations
Manager of Selections and Occupancy
Director of Section 8 Programs
Healthy Start of Seminole County
Seminole County HIV Coalition
Have served 30 years in the housing and community development industry, including 8 years as Director of Real Estate and Housing for the City of Wilmington, Del. and, most recently, as sole proprietor of The Vincent Group, a consulting firm specializing in affordable housing and community development issues. Currently serve as Senior Vice President of Development for the Delaware Community Foundation.
First became interested in an international perspective of housing and community development when selected to serve as the NAHRO Fellow to the William Sutton Housing Association. Subsequently helped organize a joint study tour of social housing in the Netherlands partnering graduate students from the University of Delaware and NAHRO members. Also participated in the 2006 Tri-Country Conference.
NAHRO: International Committee, Vice Chairperson
Delaware Chapter Board and Past President
MARC board member
past CR&D Committee
Wilmington Renaissance Corporation (Wilmington Housing Authority), Vice Chairperson/ Commissioner
Delaware Housing Roundtable
FHLB Blueprint Communities Delaware Committee
YMCA of Delaware Downtown Branch board member
Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League board member
Winnebago County Housing Authority
2901 Searles Avenue
Rockford, Illinois 61101
Director of HOPE VI Program Management
President, Winnebago Homes Association
President, Champion Park TC-I, G/P, Inc.
President, Champion Park TC-II, G/P, Inc.
Associate of the National Administration of the Public Administration Society.
Associate of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.
Associate of the Illinois Association of Housing Authorities.
Director and Treasurer for the Board of the national Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance.
The Nelrod Consortium.
Rockford Chamber of Commerce.
Public Housing Directors Association.
Winnebago County E-Team.
Winnebago County Wincart.
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