Part 1: This week’s ChangeMaker is Shaundra Clark. Shaundra is the visionary Executive Director of the Tifton Housing Authority in Georgia. With 30 years of experience in public housing, she oversees operations and drives initiatives to expand affordable housing. Under her leadership, Tifton developed the nation’s first mobile app for public housing residents. In 2019, she became one of only two African-American women designated as a Fellow by the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials. Shaundra brings compassion, wisdom, and a commitment to equity to all her work.
Part 2: In part two of their conversation, Shaundra discusses the significance of being named the second African-American woman in the nation to be designated as a NAHRO Fellow. This distinguished honor from the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials recognizes excellence and leadership in the affordable housing industry. Shaundra also shares some of the pivotal events that happened during her time as president of the regional chapter of NAHRO. Shaundra will have the chance to share stories and highlights from her leadership experience with the prominent housing industry organization. Tune in to hear more about her barrier-breaking career in public and affordable housing.