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Conrad Egan

Conrad Egan Conrad Egan became President and CEO of the National Housing Conference (NHC) in January 2003, after serving for five years as NHC’s Director of Policy. He retired from that position in 2010.  During 2001 and 2002, Mr. Egan was on a leave of absence from NHC so that he could serve as Executive

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Lecester Johnson

Lecester Johnson Lecester Johnson has been Academy of Hope’s Executive Director since 2006. During that time she has led the school through programmatic and organizational expansion, adding a postsecondary program, a youth GED program and a second site.  In 2011, Ms. Johnson was honored with the Meyer Exponent Award for her leadership.  She has an

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Brian McLaughlin

Brian McLaughlin Brian McLaughlin is the CEO of Lantian Development, a Maryland-based real estate development and investment company.  Mr. McLaughlin leads the company’s day-to-day operations, development and investment decisioning, which includes more than $20 million in acquisitions and $35 million in joint venture partnerships in 2014.  Brian began his professional career in the non-profit community development

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Aluveller Perkins

Aluveller Perkins Velle Perkins, a native Washingtonian, joined CPDC’s Board of Directors in 2016 as the first-ever resident representative. The appointment of a CPDC resident to the Board of Directors was a directive of the organization’s 2014-2018 Strategic Plan. A 13-year resident of the Northwest Washington, D.C. Wardman Court community and mother of four sons,

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Lee Reno

Lee Reno Lee P. Reno is a founding member of Reno & Cavanaugh.  His experience in housing development began in 1970.  Lee has practiced extensively in the affordable housing field during his legal career, with a special emphasis on public housing and rural housing.  His practice currently consists of representing public housing authorities in their

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