National Perspectives: Developing Products and Policies to Meet the Needs of Practitioners and CommunitiesWed, May 25
With over 20 years of community development experience, Anne Pasmanick is NALCAB's Chief External Relations Officer. In her role, she is responsible for raising NALCAB's profile and increasing opportunities for the network through public policy engagement and the cultivation of strategic partnerships. Anne also develops, implements, and manages the execution of NALCAB's national conference and oversees NALCAB’s media and communications efforts.
Anne has worked in both community-based and national organizations as a tenant organizer, advocate for low-income homeowners and renters, public policy strategist, trainer and technical assistance provider, and fundraiser.
As executive director of Community Training and Resource Center in New York City, she founded the School for Housing Organizers and the Alternative Sentencing Program, which partnered with New York City's housing courts to send landlords with heat and hot water violations to training in building management in lieu of a fine. As executive director of the National Neighborhood Coalition in Washington, DC, Anne founded Connectivity, a publication focused on the policy and program innovations of local community development leaders, and a Speakers' Forum highlighting those innovators. As national coordinator of the Changing Charity Project, she convened nonprofit directors to examine the state of advocacy, revenue generation, and leaders of color in the nonprofit sector.
Anne holds a M.S. in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University and a B.A. in English from the University of New Mexico. She lives in Washington, D.C.