Alice Kennedy, DHCD Commissioner

Baltimore

Event details:

Start
12:00pm EDT on Wednesday, March 16, 2022
End
1:30pm EDT on Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Schedule

Wednesday, March 16th
In-person and Zoom Presentation
12 p.m. Lunch - Freedom Training Room
 at the McHenry Row Conference Center
12:30 p.m. Zoom and live presentation begins 

Location:
Hybrid - Freedom Training Room at the McHenry Row Conference Center
1215 East Fort Ave
Baltimore , MD 21230
Prices
  • LAI Baltimore Active Member Lunch In Person, Free

  • LAI Baltimore Inactive Member Lunch In Person, $25.00

  • Invited Guest Lunch In Person, $25.00

  • Zoom Attendee Member & Guests, Free

Attendees
This event is open to All LAI members globally.
Registration
Registration for this event has closed.

Please join Lambda Alpha International’s Baltimore Chapter for our March Presentation featuring Alice Kennedy. The Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development Commissioner will provide an overview of her goals for the City's housing stock. The presentation and lunch will take place in the Freedom Training Room at the McHenry Row Conference Center located at 1215 East Fort Ave and via Zoom. Please see map here
 

Alice Kennedy joined the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development in 2016 as Deputy Commissioner for Homeownership and Housing Preservation. She served as Acting Commissioner beginning in August of 2020 and was appointed permanent Commissioner in September of 2021.

Having been with the City of Baltimore in various capacities since December of 2010, Kennedy has extensive experience in planning and development, project management, operations, real estate, sustainability, and strategic planning. When serving as Deputy Commissioner for Homeownership and Housing Preservation, she focused on innovative solutions to help residents and best practices to coordinate and deliver services. Additionally, she oversaw the City's Weatherization Program, Lead Hazard Reduction Program, Office of Rehabilitation Services, Office of Homeownership, Tax Sale Prevention Coordinator, Summer Food Program, Baltimore Energy Challenge, and Baltimore Energy Initiative.

As Acting Commissioner, Kennedy led the Agency with a high level of transparency, customer engagement, and a focus on community outreach and customer service. She charted a course for innovation and modernization of the Agency's internal processes, including platforms that will improve the customer experience and efficacy of the City's disposition of property assets. She continues to advance the City's important work on lead hazard reduction, and she keeps a focus on the intersection of health and housing in her approach to community development.

Commissioner Kennedy leads with a strong focus on approaching community development from an equity perspective and is working to advance the city's trajectory to account for the missteps of the economic and community development of the past.

Ms. Kennedy earned a bachelor's degree in business management from Goucher College.