2023 Impact Report
Building a Bright &
Equitable Future

for Everyone

A special note from NPH's Executive Director

Looking back on 2023, I am filled with excitement and gratitude about what we accomplished together. Not only did we win transformative policy solutions, but we advanced major initiatives, campaigns and programs for 2024 and beyond.

From passing bills in the legislature to make it easier to create more affordable homes; to preparing for game-changing state and regional affordable housing ballot measures; to deepening our programmatic offerings which address pressing and timely needs and bring us together.

Our success rests on our ability to reach hearts and minds, to say “yes” to our neighbors and communities and to believe in and work for a Bay Area where everyone belongs. Our success also rests on the transformative power of strategic and unified collective action and advocacy as an industry and movement, as we harness the deep practitioner expertise of our membership.

Thank you for your dedication and passion to our collective work. In this Impact Report, you'll see the highlights of what we've accomplished together in 2023 and what's ahead for 2024. In the face of enormous challenges and a daunting time of cynicism and insecurity, we must double down to combat indifference with love and hope and build an abundant and inclusive future where everyone has a place to call home.

Amie Fishman
NPH Executive Director

Policy & Advocacy

What We Do:

NPH's policy and advocacy work advances bold, impactful housing solutions for today and generations to come.

How We Do It:

We work alongside our partners and members to advance smart, inclusive, and forward-thinking policy solutions that can address our communities' affordable housing needs, at scale. Our work is primarily focused at the regional and state levels, advocating for legislation, policy and investments that can produce, protect, and preserve housing now and for years to come.

2023 Legislative Wins

2023 Legislative Wins:
A Turning Point For Housing Solutions

2023 was a year for the record books, as a turning point for affordable housing solutions in the state of California. NPH passed our entire slate of priority bills (seven!), which will work to move our region and state forward in advancing stable, affordable, and equitable homes for all our community members, no matter their race or income. We couldn't be prouder of the progress we secured this year - with and for our community members, and in deep partnership with our members, partners, allies, and multi-sector supporters. Read our full legislative wrap-up and check out a few key highlights below:

SB 4: Keeping the Faith for Housing Solutions!

NPH worked alongside our members and partners to pass SB 4 (Wiener), which simplifies the process for faith organizations and nonprofit colleges to take action to house their neighbors who struggle with homelessness. The bill unlocks over 171,000 potentially developable acres statewide (nearly five times the size of the city of Oakland!) for streamlined affordable housing projects.

The bill was passed alongside several recent streamlining efforts that all work to remove unnecessary requirements getting in the way of building more affordable homes. These are barriers like restrictive zoning policies and extensive reviews that increase the time, money, and people-power it takes to get an affordable housing project off the ground. These streamlining efforts are a key piece to affordable housing advocates' strategy to address California's housing shortage. Read more in our article via Medium.

SB 423: Structural Reform to Meet Housing Needs

SB 423 (Wiener) is one way that NPH has worked to pass meaningful structural reforms to support communities in meeting their housing needs. This bill extends the sunset date for SB 35 from 2026 to 2036. Since its passage in 2017, SB 35 (Wiener) has provided streamlined, ministerial approval of projects in cities that have not built sufficient housing, as determined by the state, and has led to increased affordable housing production. The Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley has reported that through the end of 2021, over 18,000 units have been proposed under SB 35, with 13,000 or nearly three-fourths being affordable to those in the very low- or low-income categories.

AB 480: Public Lands for Public Good

AB 480 (Ting) is the first significant update to AB 1486 (Ting) which passed in 2019, and represents NPH's ongoing leadership around the Surplus Land Act (SLA). NPH led state efforts to pass AB 1486 and continues to seek ways to strengthen this critical law. AB 1486 strengthened the SLA and required that localities allow affordable housing developers to make a first offer on their surplus land.

AB 480 successfully fends off efforts to strip the existing act of the provisions that make it meaningful and impactful, allowing the SLA to remain a vital tool that addresses affordable housing developers' needs for available land in the Bay Area's scarce land market. AB 480 updates the SLA to have easier compliance for local jurisdictions and an exemption for large sites – like the Bay Area's Concord Naval Weapons Station – allowing for a path forward for less complicated development on major pieces of remaining land with a guarantee for a minimum level of affordable housing in the resulting development.

NPH Working Groups in Action

NPH Working Groups in Action:
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) as the Solution to Homelessness

NPH's Permanent Supportive Housing Working Groups collaborated with the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley to produce: Permanent Supportive Housing as a Solution to Homelessness: The Critical Role of Long-Term Operating Subsidies, an in-depth report that shows that the success of PSH in the Bay Area depends on ongoing and long-term operations funding and shares a set of actionable recommendations. The report uses extensive data from NPH members to finally paint a complete picture of the cost of providing PSH, a high priority for the state and proven strategy in combating homelessness. It focuses on the importance of supporting PSH developers with adequate resources – a crucial example of how funding yields results in what have been difficult budget cycles for the last few years.

Campaigns & Community Engagement

What We Do:

NPH's campaigns and community engagement work builds momentum toward homes for all with electoral campaigns, resident engagement, and voter outreach.

How We Do It:

NPH and our sister organization, NPH Action Fund, (dedicated to advancing ballot measure campaigns and electoral strategies) work to seed and spearhead bold breakthrough solutions at the ballot that fund affordable housing and homelessness solutions at scale. We work with our members to identify strategies and opportunities to place and win critical affordable housing measures on the ballot, giving voters the ability to take action toward the creation of more affordable homes across the Bay Area. We also support and take action on a variety of smart and forward-thinking measures. Through large scale campaigns, we galvanize our members, build broad-based coalitions, and educate and engage voters, including affordable housing residents.

Laying the Groundwork for Breakthrough Campaigns

Laying the Groundwork for Breakthrough Campaigns

In 2023, NPH created and co-led coalitions and campaign teams for a dual campaign strategy for the November 2024 elections, taking bold steps towards system change and winning major resources for affordable housing. We worked to build broad-based coalitions, conduct research and outreach, fundraise, and grow political support and strategy to win. Our work, if successful, will deliver major resources that allow us to make immediate investments in our communities as well as set the stage for our next big victories.

ACA 1: A Major Step Toward Transformation at the Ballot Box

NPH and our statewide coalition, Californians for Affordable Housing Now, successfully supported ACA 1 (Aguiar-Curry), a bill to place a state constitutional amendment on the ballot to lower the voter threshold for local housing and infrastructure bonds. In 2023, it passed the legislature with a ⅔ supermajority vote, demonstrating strong support and setting the stage for a clean up of this legislation. This process will ensure that the measure that ultimately goes before statewide voters is strong, effective and empowers communities to meet their housing and infrastructure needs. Winning this measure would be a landmark change, unlocking billions in much-needed investments in communities throughout California and empowering local voters to decide how best to address the housing and homelessness needs in their own communities.

Regional Bond Measure

This $10-$20 billion 9-county Bay Area bond measure will deliver a historic influx of resources for affordable housing and homelessness solutions through the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA), advancing solutions to make housing in the Bay Area more affordable, more stable, and more equitable for all community members. Building support for this measure will also build our coalition's long-term strength and capacity to advance racial and economic equity in the region.

The Strength Behind Our Regional Campaign: Bay Area Housing for All (BAHA)

NPH with our partners, All Home, Enterprise Community Partners and the San Francisco Foundation, continue to lead the Bay Area Housing for All (BAHA) Coalition to advance the campaign for the $10-$20 billion 9-county Bay Area affordable housing bond measure. We are working in close partnership with our regional agency partners, Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the Bay Area Housing Finance Authority (BAHFA).

YOU Can Help
Advance Our Work

Support the movement for housing and racial justice in the Bay Area.

Make a tax-deductible donation of any amount to NPH today!

Racial Equity & Inclusion

What We Do:

NPH's racial equity and inclusion initiative aims to advance work and enact solutions that are rooted in racial equity and economic justice, to build inclusive, thriving communities that embrace belonging for everyone.

How We Do It:

NPH is proud to embed racial equity and inclusion into all of our work, striving to advance racial justice as an organization and promote it throughout the broader affordable housing industry and movement. We promote public policies that seek to address the Bay Area's discriminatory housing policies as well as develop comprehensive and innovative programs designed to center racial equity and inclusion in our organization and membership.

Bay Area Housing Internship Program (BAHIP)

Bay Area Housing Internship Program (BAHIP):
Diversifying Our Field, Nurturing New Leaders!

NPH is committed to doing our part in diversifying the affordable housing industry and our Bay Area Housing Internship Program (BAHIP) is one such effort. BAHIP is a one-year, paid internship program designed to recruit and train low-income students of color at Bay Area colleges and universities to become housing development professionals. The goal of BAHIP is to advance leaders of color in our industry, remove common barriers to opportunity, and support a robust pipeline of professional and diverse leaders to strengthen our industry.

In 2023 we graduated our 5th BAHIP cohort, composed of eight interns with over half of them continuing employment at their host agency or entering into a related field. To date, BAHIP has graduated 44 interns, with over 85% of graduates continuing in equity-focused and community-driven work. Several program alumni have advanced in their careers to serve as supervisors and mentors to the current and upcoming cohort!

Supporting Our Members' Diversity and Inclusion Goals

Supporting Our Members' Diversity and Inclusion Goals

Through extensive collaboration between the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Working Groups of NPH and the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing (SCANPH),we jointly released: Strength in Diversity: Inclusive Hiring Practices for the Affordable Housing Industry, A Toolkit for Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The report highlights tangible hiring and retention best practices to create equitable working conditions for organizations of varying sizes. The strategies and practices presented in the report are designed to create an inclusive pipeline of diverse talent that will meet diversity and inclusion goals for our member organizations who are eager to make a difference and exert their hiring power within our mission-driven industry. A complimentary training was provided at the release of the report to support organizations' use of the report as they set out on or deepen their DEI journeys. 211 people attended this event, spanning attendees from across California.

Anti-Racist Champions of Change (ARCC) Completes Its First Year!

Anti-Racist Champions of Change (ARCC)
Completes Its First Year!

In 2022 NPH launched ARCC, a program that challenges us to re-examine how to share power in ways that foster authentic leadership across positions and throughout an organization. ARCC offers a one-year immersive experience for Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) managers and their executive-level leaders working in nonprofit affordable housing development who are committed to dismantling oppressive power dynamics in the affordable housing field. In September 2023, ARCC completed its first-ever program year, which brought together teams of BIPOC managers and executives from MidPen Housing and Mercy Housing to explore leadership development and organizational transformation towards an equitable affordable housing industry. Through a series of sessions that included skill development, honest dialogue, personal reflection, and imaginative thinking, we worked together to create a future of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging across our field. Now, participants can bring back to their organizations tools and frameworks to help them toward their paths of equity.

Stronger Together:
NPH Member Community

NPH members represent thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations, including affordable housing developers, advocates, community leaders, businesses, and others working in the Bay Area's affordable housing sector and movement.

Events & Other Programs

What We Do:

NPH's events, programs and member working groups grow our industry's capacity, strengthen the affordable housing production and preservation ecosystem, foster community, and ensure we're working collaboratively toward housing and racial justice.

How We Do It:

As a lead convener of the affordable housing movement in the Bay Area, NPH plays a central role in bringing our industry together through timely events and programming. Through trainings and working groups, NPH members share best practices, develop innovations and problem-solve on policy solutions. Our program and event offerings are designed to grow power; advance housing and racial justice as a collective voice; and keep our movement connected, informed, and impactful.

The Largest Affordable Housing Conference in the Bay Area

The Largest Affordable Housing Conference in the Bay Area

In 2023, NPH's annual Affordable Housing Conference brought together over 1,000 affordable housing practitioners for networking, learning, and knowledge sharing. The conference is NPH's major touch-point for our members and partners, strengthening our movement and providing a space to expand and deepen the work of affordable housing practitioners. This event is also a critical opportunity for the Bay Area's affordable housing industry to get on the same page and strategize together for our collective work ahead.

Our conference keynote address, Bringing Hope Home: Building a Joyful, Courageous Movement for Housing and Racial Justice, featured powerful leaders from adjacent movements, including: Alicia Garza, (Principal at Black Futures Lab, Author of The Purpose of Power and Co-founder of The Black Lives Matter Global Network); Leah Thomas (Founder of Intersectional Environmentalist & Author of The Intersectional Environmentalist: How to Dismantle Systems of Oppression to Protect People + Planet); and the moderator Chione Lucina Muñoz Flegal (Executive Director of Housing California). This keynote outlined the ways we can counter prevalent attitudes of defeatism toward change and transformation and instead work together to build a housing justice movement filled with joy, hope, and courage!

Celebrating Our Movement with Leadership Awards

Celebrating Our Movement with Leadership Awards

Every year NPH recognizes inspiring leaders in our field who have worked to strengthen our affordable housing movement and have advanced our work forward with innovation, collaboration, and inclusiveness. In 2023, we held our 27th Annual NPH Affordable Housing Leadership Awards, honoring three stand-out, inspirational Bay Area affordable housing professionals who represent some of NPH's core organizational members: Barbara Gualco (Mercy Housing), Regina Williams (SV@Home), and Geeta Rao (Enterprise Community Partners).

By providing a space for housers to honor their peers, we're building camaraderie and joy within our industry while also inspiring and activating our members to keep going in our collective work, advancing our vision of affordable, safe, and stable homes for all.

View awardee videos to get inspired!

Growing Capacity, Deepening Connections

NPH events, programs and member working groups address the many needs and latest developments of our industry. In 2023, over 800 people registered for our other key programming outside of our Leadership Awards and Annual Conference, including our Brown Bag Training Series, Emerging Leaders Peer Network (ELPN), and Resident Services Professional Development Training Series. Our member working groups collaborated on innovative solutions in legislative policy advocacy; regulatory advocacy; strategic communications; diversity, equity, & inclusion (DEI); and Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH).

Narrative Strategy

What We Do:

NPH's narrative strategy work aims to seize the narrative on housing justice to change hearts and minds, grow public support and political will, and drive new narratives for our movement.

How We Do It:

NPH leads the Shift the Bay initiative, a collaborative effort designed to grow public support for our cause through research-driven, field-practiced strategies, tactics, and messages. Over the course of several years, the initiative has supported the Bay Area's affordable housing movement with new message guides and tools, new research, and the production of several narrative playbooks.

Regional Public Information Campaign: Begins with Home

Regional Public Information Campaign: Begins with Home

In 2023 NPH's Shift the Bay launched our regional public information campaign, Begins with Home, a narrative campaign designed to build the public support and the political will we need to win affordable housing solutions at scale. The campaign seeks to accomplish this by disrupting dominant, harmful narratives of defeatism and cynicism that block public support and collective action for the transformative change we need to ensure that everyone has safe, stable, and affordable homes. While aligning with near-term regional and statewide campaign opportunities in 2024, Begins with Home is designed to support the long-term success of NPH's members by preparing Bay Area residents to be more receptive to and supportive of meaningful affordable housing solutions.

Begins with Home is led by NPH, co-led by All Home, and executed with 12 campaign partners working on all areas of housing justice in all corners of the Bay Area. The culmination of many years of coalition-capacity building, public sentiment research, and local campaigning, Begins with Home was publicly launched at our annual conference to over 1,000 attendees. (View launch video.)

Aligning our Coalition's Messages

Aligning our Coalition's Messages

Shift the Bay continues to partner with its table members to produce resources that support our members in promoting a 4Ps framework for housing justice: Protection, Preservation, Production, and homelessness Prevention. In 2023, this work included the production of two new resources: the How Renter Protections Keep Families in Their Home storybook and the How to Talk About Homelessness message guide. The production of these two resources is one way that we're applying narrative strategy to tangible solutions, moving our work from strategy to application. They provide our members with the tools they need to navigate our shifting political and public landscapes and the language to build more public support for affordable housing solutions.

Working alongside ACCE, Monument Impact, and North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP), the storybook was produced to help advocates, decision-makers, and the media better communicate what it means to have a home and what's at stake for our communities if we don't prioritize safe, stable and affordable homes for everyone. In partnership with All Home, NPH produced the message guide to help our members better understand and communicate the systemic drivers that push people into homelessness, respond to common misperceptions, and build support for proven solutions. Several hundred of our partners have received the guide and been trained on its use.

Affordable Housing Month Explores New Spaces: Libraries and TikTok!

Affordable Housing Month Explores New Spaces:
Libraries and TikTok!

Each year with our members and Bay Area Affordable Housing Partners (BAAHP), NPH co-leads Affordable Housing Month (AHM), our month to uplift, amplify and celebrate the affordable housing community. (BAAHP includes Council of Community Housing Organizations, East Bay Housing Organizations, Generation Housing, Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County, and SV@Home.)

In 2023, we expanded the reach of our AHM public campaign through two new approaches: a local library partnership and TikTok! Our library partnership reached the greater Bay Area community through 8 library systems and 101 library branches, sharing our curated booklist and AHM's 2023 theme, “The Bay Area is our neighborhood.” The theme was weaved through a social media toolkit and graphics to support our members' communications work and amplify this shared messaging for May. A new TikTok account, @AffordableBurbs, was created and delivered our AHM messaging to roughly 300,000 people during May, racking up over 700,000 views across 11 videos. (This series was a collaborative effort between NPH and Shift the Bay's Affordable Housing in the Suburbs Subcommittee.)

The library partnership and TikTok account support our goal to move beyond our traditional audiences and expose our AHM messaging to youth, Gen Z, Millenials, and families to garner wide support for affordable housing solutions. We will continue to translate our polled and tested narrative tactics to broader audiences, creating resonant messages on relevant platforms and exploring arts and cultural partnerships to bring a human touch to our efforts to change minds and win hearts.

Your Support Makes
a Difference!

Support our work toward bold and transformative affordable housing and homelessness solutions in the Bay Area.

Make a tax-deductible donation of any amount to NPH today!

2023 Financial Summary

NPH's work toward affordable housing and racial justice in the Bay Area is made possible through the contributions of our generous funders, members, and supporters.

2023 Financial Summary*


Grants: $2,130,000
Contributions: $80,905
Special Events: $941,500
Membership Dues: $318,094
Program Fees & Technical Assistance: $25,515
**Multi-year program investment: $3,518,042
Other: $191,216
Total: $7,205,272


Operations: $735,366
Programs: $5,358,163
Fundraising: $243,745
Total: $6,337,274
*These numbers are preliminary and are subject to change
**Funding designated for 2023 initiatives

Thank You to All Our Supporters!

We also want to recognize and thank you for your partnership, time, energy, and engagement beyond financial support that continues to strengthen and deepen our work. Thank you advocates, resident services staff, coalition partners, elected officials, affordable housing developers, and others who work alongside us each day toward a future where everyone has a place to call home.

Making Our Work Possible:
Donors, Members, and Sponsors

Together, we can advance housing and racial justice

NPH sincerely thanks all of our supporters, including our generous donors, sponsors, and members, as well as those who contributed to the NPH Action Fund in addition to NPH. Because of you, we will continue our work until everyone in the Bay Area has a safe, stable, and affordable home.

2023 NPH Donors, Members,
and Sponsors include:

  • 50+1 Strategies
  • Abode Communities
  • Abode Housing Development
  • Abode Services
  • AC Martin Inc
  • Adelina Vivanco
  • Affirmed Housing
  • Affordable Housing Advisors
  • Alameda County Housing and Community Development Department
  • All Home
  • Alta Housing
  • Amanda Godwin
  • Amie Fishman
  • Amy Hiestand Consulting, LLC
  • Andrew Nathenson
  • Andy Blauvelt
  • Anna Gerrity
  • Anonymous
  • Anson Snyder
  • Antonieta Ramos
  • Arcata House Partnership
  • Architects FORA
  • Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
  • Ashley Coates
  • Association for Energy Affordability
  • AvalonBay Communities
  • Bank of America
  • Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund
  • BAR Architects
  • Barry Roeder
  • Basis Architecture & Consulting Inc.
  • Bay Area LISC
  • BBI Construction
  • Beacon Development Group
  • Ben Golvin
  • Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
  • Beth Franklin
  • Betsy Schiavone
  • Bill Nicholson
  • Bill Pickel
  • Blach Construction
  • Black Developers Forum
  • Bold Restoration Inc
  • Bonnewit Development Services
  • Breana Pleasants
  • Brian MacKinnon
  • BRIDGE Housing Corporation
  • Brooke Barnhart
  • Brown Construction, Inc.
  • Buck Bagot
  • Build It Green
  • Burbank Housing Development Corporation
  • Cahill Contractors
  • Cal Solar Inc
  • Caleb Smith
  • California Community Reinvestment Corporation
  • California Department of Housing and Community Development
  • California Energy Design Assistance (CEDA) Program
  • California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA)
  • California Housing Partnership
  • California Municipal Finance Authority
  • Capital Impact Partners
  • Capri Roth
  • Carla Javits and Margaret Cecchetti
  • Carlos Castellanos
  • Carlos Vasquez
  • Carol Ann Gershenson
  • Casey Feeser
  • CCH
  • Century Housing
  • Cervantes Design Associates, Inc.
  • Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
  • Charities Housing
  • Charles Drew
  • Chinatown Community Development Center
  • Christina Gotuaco
  • Christina Mun
  • Chuck Cornell
  • Cindy Heavens
  • City of Berkeley Department of Health, Housing, and Community Services
  • City of Dublin
  • City of Mountain View
  • City of Oakland Department of Housing & Community Development
  • City of San Jose Department of Housing
  • City of San Mateo
  • City of Santa Rosa – Housing and Community Services
  • Claire Parisa
  • CohnReznick
  • Colin Ries
  • Community Economics, Inc.
  • Community Housing Development Corporation
  • Community Housing Works
  • Community Vision
  • Constanza Asfura-Heim
  • Construction Employers' Association
  • Contra Costa County Department of Conservation & Development
  • Contractor Compliance and Monitoring, Inc.
  • Corporation for Supportive Housing
  • CORT Business Services
  • Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO)
  • County of Marin Community Development Agency
  • County of Santa Clara - Office of Supportive Housing
  • Craig Adelman
  • Craig S. Meltzner & Associates
  • Crankstart Foundation
  • CTY Housing
  • Curtis Development
  • D&H Construction
  • Dahlin Group Architecture Planning
  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • David Babbitz
  • David Baker Architects
  • Deacon Construction, LLC
  • Debby Szajnberg
  • Destination: Home
  • Devine & Gong, Inc.
  • Diana Downton
  • DignityMoves
  • Don Falk
  • Douglas Zucker
  • Dunlap Consulting
  • EAH Housing
  • East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO)
  • East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC)
  • Eden Housing
  • Elizabeth Berman
  • EMC Research
  • Enterprise Community Investment
  • Enterprise Community Partners
  • Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
  • Felix AuYeung
  • Fidelity Charitable
  • Fillis W & John M Stober
  • First Citizens Bank
  • First Republic Bank
  • Fran Reisner
  • Fritz Architecture-Urbanism
  • Gabriel Speyer
  • Gap, Inc.
  • Generation Housing
  • Gerald Richards
  • Gloria Bruce
  • Goldfarb & Lipman LLP
  • Grace Penny Nixon
  • Greenbelt Alliance
  • Gubb & Barshay LLP
  • Guerdon Modular Buildings
  • Gussie Stewart
  • Guy Estes
  • Guzman Construction Group
  • Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley
  • Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
  • Harry Seltzer
  • Harvey Rarback
  • HEART of San Mateo County
  • Heather Bromfield
  • Herman Coliver Locus Architecture
  • Hilde Myall
  • Hillmann Consulting, LLC
  • HIP Housing
  • HKIT Architects
  • Housing Authority of the County of Contra Costa
  • Housing Choices
  • Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County
  • Housing Santa Cruz County
  • Housing Trust Silicon Valley
  • Huff Construction Company, Inc.
  • Ideal Restoration
  • Inner Sunset Community Advocates
  • Irene Farnsworth
  • Ismar Enriquez
  • Jacob Koshland and Claire Whipple Koshland
  • Jacquie Hoffman
  • Jamboree Housing Corporation
  • James E. Roberts-Obayashi Corp.
  • Jane Roth and Ed Pawlak
  • Jane Van Eerden
  • Janet Stone
  • Jeff Levin
  • Jennifer Dolin
  • Jo Appleby
  • Joe and Abby Kirchofer
  • Joe Wilson
  • John Condon
  • Jonathan and Sarah Potter Clune
  • Jones Hall
  • Joshua Simon
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Kaleem Carminer
  • Kate Hartley
  • Kate Voshell
  • Kathleen Mertz
  • Kayne Doumani
  • Keith Nagayama
  • Kellee Fong
  • Kevin Knudtson
  • Kevin Zwick
  • Kim Savage
  • Klein Hornig LLP
  • Kristy Wang
  • L & D Construction Co., Inc.
  • Lang Family Foundation
  • Laning Thompson
  • Larry S. Kuechler, CPA
  • Law Office of Julian Gross
  • Layag Associates, Inc.
  • LDP Architecture
  • Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
  • Leishara Ward
  • Leslye Corsiglia
  • Linc Housing
  • Linda Scacco
  • Linda Wheaton
  • Lindquist, von Husen & Joyce LLP
  • Lisa Gluckstein
  • Lori Grange
  • Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF)
  • LPAS Architecture + Design
  • Lubin Olson & Niewiadomski LLP
  • Luther Burbank Savings
  • Lynn Joseloff Kaufman
  • Managing Actions Organizing Visions, LLC
  • Many Mansions
  • Mary Dorst
  • Mary Ng
  • Matt Crandall
  • Matt Huerta Consulting, LLC
  • Maybelline Sharpe
  • MCE
  • McGriff Insurance Services
  • McNabb Foundation
  • Melody Hernandez
  • Mental Health Association of San Mateo County
  • Mercy Housing
  • Merritt Community Capital Corporation
  • Meta
  • Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)
  • Michael Rawson
  • Michelle Loeb
  • MidPen Housing
  • Midstate Construction Corporation
  • Mignon O'Young
  • Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
  • Mission Housing Development Corporation
  • Mithun
  • Mosaic Urban Development
  • MPI Homes
  • Multifamily Energy Savings
  • National Equity Fund Inc. (NEF)
  • Neal Payton
  • Nibbi Brothers General Contractors
  • Nick Griffin
  • Nor Cal Carpenters Union
  • Novin Development/ProforMap
  • Novogradac & Company LLP
  • Oakland Housing Authority
  • Okamoto Saijo Architecture
  • Omar Guzman
  • One Treasure Island
  • Our Town St Helena
  • Pacific Housing, Inc
  • Pahl & McCay
  • Pamela Claassen
  • Pamela Glassoff
  • Partner Energy, Inc.
  • Path Forward Partners
  • PATH Ventures
  • Paul Carroll
  • Paulett Taggart Architects
  • PEP Housing
  • PGIM Real Estate
  • Phillips Win Architecture
  • Phuong Vu
  • Pilot Construction Management, Inc.
  • Public Health Institute
  • PYATOK architecture + urban design
  • Quiring General
  • Rachel Richman
  • Randy Tsuda
  • Rebecca Foster
  • Red Stone Equity Partners
  • Reena Zhang
  • Related California
  • Relativity Architects
  • Resources for Community Development (RCD)
  • Rob Rich
  • Robert Pendoley
  • Rochelle Frazier
  • Roma Dawson
  • Rose Joy Ulan
  • Rosemary Barberet
  • Roux Associates, Inc.
  • Roy Bateman
  • RSG, Inc
  • Ruben Anguiano
  • Saarman Construction
  • Sabrina Ma
  • Sacramento Housing Alliance
  • Saida + Sullivan Design Partners, Inc.
  • Saikat Chakrabarti
  • Sam Greenberg
  • San Francisco Housing Accelerator Fund
  • San Francisco Housing Action Coalition
  • San Francisco Housing Development Corporation
  • San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development
  • San Francisco Office of Community Investment & Infrastructure
  • San Mateo County Department of Housing
  • Santa Clara County Housing Authority
  • Sari and Jim Rosokoff
  • Satellite Affordable Housing Associates (SAHA)
  • Schwab Charitable Fund
  • Seifel Consulting Inc.
  • Self-Help Enterprises
  • Sequoia Living
  • Shannon Bush
  • Shannon Dodge
  • Sharron Watts
  • Sherri Schwartz
  • Silicon Valley Bank
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation
  • Sketch Salazar
  • Somaya Abdelgany
  • Spiteri, Narasky & Daley, LLP
  • Stephen Barton
  • Steven Weinberg
  • Structure Development Advisors
  • Studio KDA
  • SummerHill Housing Group
  • Sun Light & Power
  • Sunlight Giving
  • Sunrun
  • Sunseri Construction, Inc.
  • Supportive Housing Community Land Alliance
  • Susan Ketcham
  • SV@Home
  • Swinerton
  • Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
  • Terner Center for Housing Innovation
  • The Core Companies
  • The John Stewart Company
  • The Kelsey
  • The San Francisco Foundation
  • The Unity Council
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Thomas and Anne Condon
  • Thomas Lauderbach
  • Thomas Vandiver
  • Tim Frank
  • Tim Iglesias
  • Tipping Point Community
  • Tracy and Ethan Frankel
  • TRC Companies
  • TWM Architects + Planners
  • United Way Bay Area
  • US Bank
  • Van Meter Williams Pollack
  • Vicki Rosenkrantz
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wendy Habelow
  • William Ktsanes
  • William Smith
  • Wind Youth Services
  • Yakuh Askew
  • YIMBY Action

NPH Staff

Photo by Alex Matthews
Meet the team who work tirelessly to move policy forward, conduct 9-county campaigns, build capacity and community, and raise awareness about affordable housing's impact on us all.
Fund Development & Membership Associate
Former Senior Policy Manager
Campaigns & Community Engagement Director
Former Campaigns & Community Engagement Director
Senior Programs & Events Manager
Former Policy Director
Lead Narrative Strategist
Executive Director
Former Program & Events Manager
Senior Policy Manager
Administrative Associate
Communications Director
Digital Communications Manager
Senior Content Manager
Senior Racial Equity & Inclusion Program Manager
Senior Operations & Finance Manager
Former Deputy Director
Senior Campaign Manager
Racial Equity & Inclusion Program Manager
Executive Operations & Advocacy Compliance Manager
Narrative Specialist
Accounting Manager
Programs & Events Director
Deputy Director of Internal Strategy & Operations
Programs & Events Associate
Senior Fund Development & Membership Manager
*2023 outgoing staff

NPH Board Members

The expertise that guides us
NPH is deeply grateful to our incredible board members whose knowledge and expertise guide and inform our work. Thank you for believing in NPH's work and our collective vision of housing and racial justice in the Bay Area.
NPH Board President
2023 Board Vice President
President and CEO,
Alta Housing
NPH Board Vice President
2023 Board At-Large Officer
Chief Operating Officer,
Eden Housing
NPH Board Treasurer
NPH Board Secretary
Executive Director,
Bay Area LISC
NPH Board At-Large Officer
Vice President of Operations/Corporate Governance, EAH Housing
Senior Affordable Housing Finance Consultant,
Community Economics Inc.
Chief Executive Director,
Housing Accelerator Fund
Director, Office of Supportive Housing,
County of Santa Clara
Senior Vice President of Equity and Inclusion, MidPen Housing
Vice President of Operations,
Mercy Housing
2023 Board Secretary
Director of Portfolio Finance and Policy,
EAH Housing
Chief Lending Officer,
Housing Trust Silicon Valley
2023 NPH Board President
Founder and Former Chief Executive, All Home
*2024 incoming board member
**2023 outgoing board member