Elizabeth Zeldin is a director at Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. Elizabeth leads Enterprise’s Neighborhood Impact Program, which strengthens New York’s low-income communities by deploying capacity building, green, resilience and health focused solutions to affordable housing preservation. She has implemented an array of programs and has developed several new financing platforms to support the preservation of affordable housing. She is currently overseeing approximately $170 million of programs that boost the capacity of municipalities and non-profits throughout New York State to strengthen their communities. Elizabeth started at Enterprise in 2007 as a lending program officer, underwriting a variety of acquisition, predevelopment and construction loans, and has also underwritten several low-income housing tax credit transactions.
Prior to joining Enterprise, Elizabeth worked at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, HR&A Advisors, and the New York City Independent Budget Office. Elizabeth holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Rutgers University and a master’s in economics from New York University.
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