Michelle Dusseau Diller

Sr. Program Director

Michelle Dusseau Diller is the senior program director for Building Resilient Futures at Enterprise Community Partners. In this role, Michelle advocates nationwide for the adoption of equitable green affordable housing practices to drive the creation and preservation of sustainable, climate-resilient homes, which are key to advancing racial equity and achieving economic and environmental justice.

Michelle works with government agencies and state, regional, and national partners to advance the adoption of green and resilient building practices in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Qualified Application Plans (QAPs) across the country. She is a frequent panel moderator and speaker on available funding to develop green affordable homes.

Michelle brings over two decades of experience in the high-performance building arena, including certification consulting, drainage/stormwater designs and retrofits, environmental regulation, and green building education. In her previous role at the National Association of Home Builders, Michelle provided technical expertise, education and advocacy in all aspects of high-performance residential building and served as the resident technical expert for the National Green Building Standard.

Michelle has a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Michigan and master’s degrees in environmental science and public affairs from Indiana University. She lives in Northern Virginia with her family.

Office Location

Washington, D.C.
10 G Street NE
Washington, DC 20002

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