Becky Koepnick, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Portfolio Preservation Prior to joining HCR Becky gained extensive experience in the housing and community development field at the local, state and national levels. Most recently Becky was Director of Neighborhoods and Housing at the Boston Foundation overseeing TBF’s grantmaking related to housing and community development as well as program-related investments. She also ran the Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy at New York University’s Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy where she led all aspects of the Institute’s operations and policy work, as well as worked with New York’s affordable housing community on key issues facing the city and the housing sector.  Previous to that, Becky was Advisor to the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in DC, where she coordinated and led HUD and the Administration’s housing and economic development priorities. Becky holds a BA in Government from Smith College and a Masters of Urban Planning from New York University. Back to Leadership Page