A Birthday & Retirement Reception for NLIHC President and CEO Sheila Crowley

The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) organized a birthday and retirement celebration for its President and CEO Sheila Crowley on January 28th, 2016. The reception was attended by NLIHC board members, homeless and affordable housing advocates, and Sheila’s family. NLIHC is grateful to Bank of America for generously hosting the event at the stunning Bank of America 10th floor venue at its offices in Washington, DC and for catering the event.

Besides the guest of honor, Sheila Crowley, the following people spoke at the event: Ken Wade, Senior Community Affairs Executive, Bank of America; Bill Faith, Executive Director of the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio (COHIO) and NLIHC Board Member (MC); Jonathan Harwitz, Managing Director of Federal Policy and Government Affairs, the Low Income Investment Fund; Nancy Bernstine, former Exec. Director of the National AIDS Housing Coalition and NLIHC’s 2016 Cushing Dolbeare Lifetime Service Award recipient; Nan Roman, President and CEO of the National Alliance to End Homelessness and NLIHC’s 2011 Edward W. Brooke Housing Leadership Award recipient; Joe Ventrone, Vice President of the National Association of REALTORS® Regulatory and Industry Relations; Ann O’Hara, former Associate Director of the Technical Assistance Collaborative and NLIHC Board Member; George Moses, former NLIHC Board Chairman and NLIHC’s 2012 Cushing Dolbeare Lifetime Service Award recipient; and Shaun Donovan, Director of OMB, former HUD Secretary, and NLIHC’s 2016 Edward W. Brooke Housing Leadership Award recipient.

Credit for these beautiful photos goes to Ellen Errico, our Graphic Design and Web Manager.

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