Robin Davey Wolff
Robin is the director of rural housing at Enterprise Community Partners, where she is responsible for implementing the market’s housing and economic development strategies, including the provision of direct technical assistance, coaching and training to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, tribal non-profits, Tribally Designated Housing Entities, and other stakeholders pursuing affordable housing and economic development opportunities in rural and Native communities across the nation. Robin serves as principal trainer for the Rural Preservation Academy, a series of trainings focused on helping rural communities preserve affordable housing in their rural communities. She also has worked on the development of the Colorado Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) Developers’ Guide and the Native Housing Developers’ Guide and has facilitated numerous convenings related to the creation and preservation of affordable housing in rural communities.
Prior to joining Enterprise, Robin served as the deputy director of Community Resources and Housing Development Corporation, a nonprofit housing developer and service provider with an extensive rural portfolio. Robin has spent the majority of her 20-year career focused on housing affordability and economic development, helping groups to leverage funding, promote development, and spread the word out about their programs and services. She has extensive experience with and knowledge of affordable housing and loan fund development financing and a strong commitment to serving underserved and marginalized populations.
Robin resides in Denver and holds a B.S. in corporate communication from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. in global finance, trade and economic interchange from the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies.
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