WASHINGTON, DC — The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) held its Board of Directors election on October 23 during the association’s 2022 Annual Conference, re-electing Ryan Vincent, Kansas Housing’s Executive Director, to serve on its national Board of Directors.
- Chair: Ralph M. Perrey | Tennessee Housing Development Agency
- Vice Chair: Jennifer Ho | Minnesota Housing
- Secretary/Treasurer: Robin Wiessman | Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency
Newly-elected Board directors are:
- Dan Brennan | MaineHousing
- Bryan Butcher | Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
- Maura Collins | Vermont Housing Finance Agency
- Kristin Faust | Illinois Housing Development Authority
- Scott Hoversland | Wyoming Community Development Authority
- Nandini Natarajan | Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
- Christopher Nunn | Georgia Department of Community Affairs/Georgia Housing and Finance Authority
- Shawn Smith | Ohio Housing Finance Agency
- Ryan Vincent | Kansas Housing Resources Corporation
- Bobby Wilkinson | Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs
Incumbent Board directors are:
- Immediate Past Chair: Scott Spivey | Mississippi Home Corporation
- Scott Farmer | North Carolina Housing Finance Agency
- Isidoro Hernandez | New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority
- Chrystal Chrystal Kornegay | MassHousing
“The commitment of NCSHA and HFA members is pivotal to addressing housing challenges across the country,” Vincent said. “I am both grateful and excited for the continued opportunity to serve with an organization that keeps the conversation of affordable housing at the forefront.
“NCSHA’s 2023 Board of Directors represent excellence in their states and leadership nationally in affordable housing finance at a time when it is more necessary than ever,” said NCSHA Executive Director Stockton Williams.
For more than 50 years, state Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs) have played a central role in the nation’s affordable housing system, delivering financing to make possible the purchase, development, and rehabilitation of affordable homes and rental apartments for low- and middle-income households.
The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization created to advance, through advocacy and education, the efforts of the nation’s state HFAs and their partners to provide affordable housing to those who need it.
Kansas Housing Resources Corporation (KHRC) helps Kansans access the quality, affordable housing they need and the dignity they deserve. KHRC serves as the state’s housing finance agency (HFA), administering essential housing and community programs to serve Kansans.