Adrianne Todman would bring a perfect combination of experience to one of the nation’s most important positions in housing. She understands the needs of HUD’s primary constituencies, who are the housing and redevelopment officials throughout the country navigating HUD’s programs and successfully maximizing the impact of its funding.
Todman is a thoughtful and effective advocate for common sense solutions to complex problems. Her leadership at National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and the District of Columbia Housing Authority would reflect the real-world knowledge of our housing challenges that is so essential to understanding the needs of the people and communities served by the Department.
Todman would be an invaluable asset to Secretary Marcia Fudge, the entire HUD team, and the Biden Administration.
About NHC: The National Housing Conference is the oldest and broadest housing coalition in America, currently celebrating its 90thanniversary. NHC was the principal architect of the development of the foundation of federally supported public housing in 1937 Housing Act, as well as the leading advocate for the creation of HUD as a cabinet department in 1965.