San Francisco, CA 94104
Sally Greenspan is a senior program director at Enterprise Community Partners. Sally joined Enterprise in 2009 as a project manager working on housing redevelopment projects involving close collaboration with numerous public and private partners. This work required managing complex construction scopes, including making upgrades to buildings’ energy efficiencies. Most recently, Sally has lead Enterprise’s New York based Vulnerable Populations team, which is devoted to leveraging affordable housing tools to create opportunity for people with special needs, especially seniors and those experiencing homelessness. In this role, Sally encouraged the strategic use of existing funding sources, advocates for necessary funding and innovative policies, developed new models to combine housing with supportive services, and delivered technical assistance to organizations providing permanent housing for vulnerable people.
Sally previously worked in the private real estate investment sector, where she did market research, project due diligence, investment closings and construction project management for a variety of residential development projects. Her background also includes positions in architecture, public policy and research and urban planning.
She holds an undergraduate degree in urban studies from Stanford and a master’s in urban planning from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, where her coursework included a focus on green building and environmental science.