Sue A. Marshall
Second Vice President
Sue Marshall is the founding Executive Director of The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness, a public/private partnership in the District of Columbia. The Community Partnership works of foster local neighborhood initiatives to resolve chronic community problems, including homelessness. The Partnership was the implementing entity for the D.C. Initiative one Homelessness, a $20 million national demonstration in partnership with the District government and HUD. Currently, the Partnership administers more than $30 million of publicly funded services to the homeless in the District on an annual basis.
Ms. Marshall has provided technical assistance to the cities of New York, Philadelphia and Chicago in the areas of homeless continuum of care development and implementation, development of plans to end homelessness and replication of the District of Columbia’s model Community Care Grant Program. She has significant experience in providing technical assistance to nonprofit community based organizations in the areas of capacity building, organizational development and management and economic development.
Ms. Marshall also has an extensive history of public service, including eight years as the Vice Chair of the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency. She has served as Chief of Staff of the D.C. Department of Human Services, Mayor’s Homeless Coordinator, Staff Economist to the D.C. Council Committee on Finance and Revenue, Urban Policy Analyst for the Department of Housing and Urban Development and housing market analyst for the Urban Institute. She is currently a member of the Mayor’s Advisory Commission on HIV/AIDS and the Comprehensive Plan Task Force.