Heather Rhoda, Senior Analyst, provides project management duties, direct onsite and remote technical assistance and support to communities across the country assisting with HUD Special Needs Assistance Programs (SNAPS) with a focus on program policies, compliance, rent calculation requirements, monitoring and reporting. Ms. Rhoda managed all competitive HOPWA grants for Maine’s largest AIDS Service Organization (ASO), developed affordable housing program policies, conducted Low Income Housing Tax Credit compliance reviews across the country, and co-chaired Maine’s Continuum of Care. She possesses significant experience with HUD’s HOPWA Program, the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program, Continuum of Care funded programs, affordable housing property management and providing direct service to individuals with disabilities and those experiencing homelessness.
In Her Own Words
“Preserving existing affordable housing and creation of new affordable housing are critical components for individuals and families who need a safe and affordable place to live. Our work helps support and ensure a future where all individuals and families have access to safe, decent and affordable housing options.”