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WASHINGTON U.S. Department
of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan today
announced President Barack Obamas selection of Jane Vincent to serve as
HUD Regional Administrator for Region III, the Mid-Atlantic region
that includes Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware
and the District of Columbia.
Vincent will serve as HUDs liaison to mayors, city managers,
elected representatives, state and local officials, congressional
delegations, stakeholders and customers. She will be responsible for
overseeing the delivery of HUD programs and services to communities, as
well as evaluating their efficiency and effectiveness.
Jane has extensive public service and private sector housing and
development experience that will make her an invaluable asset to HUD
and the communities we support along the eastern seaboard, said
Donovan. Her expertise includes the analysis of issues related to supply
and demand of affordable housing; residential development potential in
urban downtown districts; and transit-oriented development projects,
all of which are priorities in HUDs efforts to revitalize communities.
I am excited to have the opportunity to work with Secretary
Donovan, Deputy Secretary Sims, the HUD staff in the Philadelphia
region as well as all the stakeholders to make a difference on
several of the largest economic issues currently facing our country
the need for more affordable, sustainable housing and helping people to
get back to work, said Vincent. In my previous positions I have seen
how public and private partnerships can greatly benefit communities. I
am grateful for this opportunity to incorporate my experience,
including the things Ive learned at the Delaware Community Foundation,
and my passion into an Agency thats vital to the recovery of this
Prior to joining HUD, Vincent was senior vice president for
development for the Delaware Community Foundation, a public charitable
institution while also serving as the president of the Vincent Group, a
firm that specializes in providing affordable housing market research
and support to non-profits and housing authorities.
From 2001 to 2005, Vincent was vice president at Real Estate
Strategies Inc., where she served as a consultant specializing in
support to housing authorities, local governments and private-sector
developers. While there, she developed comprehensive affordable housing
strategy for New Castle County, Delaware, participated in regional
affordable housing studies in Pittsburgh and Baltimore; analyzed the
market potential for downtown residential development in Wilmington,
Pittsburgh, Trenton, and Boston, and performed market analyses of
rental and for-sale developments for housing authorities, nonprofit and
for-profit developers in urban and rural settings, including HOPE VI
developments in Stamford, Pittsburgh, Chattanooga and Wilmington,
Over the course of her career, Vincent has held numerous other
housing and community development positions including Wilmington,
Delawares Director of the Department of Real Estate and Housing and
Acting Chief of Program Development for New Castle County, Delaware.
She has also been active in National Association of Housing and
Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO), serving as a member of the Board of
Governors and as their international vice president. In 2006, she was
selected as one of 25 U.S. participants for the Tri-Country Conference,
held biennially in the U.S., United Kingdom, or Canada, to examine
issues related to affordable housing. In 2009 she led a NAHRO
delegation to Shanghai to share housing policies and in 2008 she was the
sole US representative to 2008 Chartered Institute of Housing and 2004
NAHRO Fellow for William Sutton Housing Association Exchange, an NPO
providing 24,000 units of social housing in England.
Vincents leadership and community advocacy work has earned
numerous state and local awards from HUD, the University of Delaware,
the City of Wilmington, the State of Delaware, Housing Opportunities of
Northern Delaware, NAHRO, New Castle County Board of REALTORS, the
Sierra Club and the Delaware Chapter of the American Institute of
Vincent earned her undergraduate degree in Spanish and Psychology
and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of
Delaware. She earned the designation of Chartered Advisor in
Philanthropy (CAP) professional designation from the Richard D. Irwin
Graduate School of The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Originally published by HUD.
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