John Hoyt Named to Board of Trustees of National Housing Organization
Concord Housing + Redevelopment Executive Director to Represent the Granite State
John Hoyt, Executive Director of Concord Housing + Redevelopment (CH+R) has been named to the Board of Trustees of the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association (PHADA) out of Washington, DC. Hoyt will serve a three year term on the board. In his role, Hoyt will represent the national interests of the PHADA’s members – which include close to 2,000 member housing agencies representing 1.9 million low-income housing units across the United States.
Hoyt will be instrumental in working with the PHADA’s members to communicate important information and provide professional development. As a PHADA Board member, Hoyt will collaborate with national political figures, working closely with Congress to develop sensible and effective public housing statutes while securing funding for low-income housing programs.
Hoyt has been Executive Director at CH+R for 18 years. During his tenure at CH+R, Hoyt has earned ten consecutive High-Performance recognition awards from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
He developed a diversified portfolio of PH, S8/PBV/TPV, LIHTC, Special Needs Housing and Market Rate Apartments, and Commercial spaces. In 2009, he broadened CH+R’s role working with the City of Concord as their Redevelopment Authority. He not only updated underperforming properties in blighted neighborhoods, but he also built Parmenter Place, a 25 unit affordable housing development.
His previous career positions as a controller have helped him formulate innovative financing and management solutions, assuring the viability of current assets for future years. He advances the organization’s mission through forward-thinking and creative solutions to support community needs for housing.