Board of Directors

Housing and Human Development Corporation's Board consists of:

Rose Dubin
President
Rose Dubin is an independent HUD and Tax Credit Consultant and Contractor. Her specialties include HUD and Tax Credit compliance, and consulting services for these affordable housing programs.   She provides on-site staff training services for these program types for nationally known organizations and Management Companies.  She also provides her expertise in these areas by acting as an internal auditor for Management Companies/Owners by conducting tenant file auditing services.  

Her past experience includes supervision of field auditors for a (PBCA) Performance Based Contract Administrator having a portfolio of over 200 Section 8 properties.  She has served as a Management Agent and held supervisory roles with Property Management Companies for portfolios of HUD/ Tax Credit affordable housing sites.  She received a bachelor’s degree in education, and received her CPM designation in 2009.

David Perry
Treasurer
David Perry is Professor of Urban Planning and Policy in the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).  He served for almost 12 years as Director of the Great Cities Institute at UIC and the Associate Chancellor for the university’s Great Cities Commitment.

Perry is the author or editor of eleven books, including two recently published volumes titled The Global University and Urban Development:  Case Studies and Analysis and Universities as Urban Developers:  Case Studies and Analysis, and over 150 articles, book chapters and reports on urban “anchor” institutions, urban and regional economic development policy, race, politics and urban violence, contested cities, public infrastructure and the production of urban space. He is presently working on two new books on the role of universities and community foundations in American cities, one to be published by the University of Pennsylvania Press and one by M.E. Sharpe. Perry’s work has appeared in such non-academic places at the New York Times, The Nation and Metropolis magazine. David is an equally experienced policy practitioner having worked with numerous community partners and having served on national and local public boards and commissions, including Chicago’s Zoning Reform Commission, the Urban Land Institute’s National Public Infrastructure Committee, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the Rudy Bruner National Award Selection Committee, the National Task Force on Anchor Institutions and the Strengthening Communities Strand of the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities of the Association of Public Land Grant Universities.


Professor Perry received his Ph.D. from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and went on to teach in the Government Department at the University of Texas at Austin and chaired the Urban Planning Program at the University at Buffalo. He also held the visiting Albert A. Levin Chair at Cleveland State University and was a senior faculty fellow of the State University of New York’s Rockefeller Institute. He is also listed as Professor of Public Administration and Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Laurel Tustison
Secretary
Laurel brings financial, marketing and management skills to the non-profit industry working with YouthBuild of Lake County for 8 years and then serving as a Non-Profit Consultant.  With a BA in Economics from Pomona College and a Masters in Management, Marketing and Finance from the Kellogg Graduate School, Laurel initially provided strategic planning and operational guidance to various companies that included The MAC Group/Gemini Consulting, The VenCom Group, One Point Communication and Verizon Communications.

During this time, Laurel, also, was involved with numerous volunteer activities which allowed her to lend her skills to mission driven organizations.  Her involvement included serving as a member of the Lake County Community Foundation Grants Committee; member of United Way of Lake County Collective Impact Steering Committee; Chair, Vice Chair, Membership Chair and Committee Member of the Lake County Alliance for Human Services; member of MAPP Steering Committee – Lake County Health Department; Board Member of Illinois YouthBuild Coalition; member of the Lake Forest High School Careers Committee; National Directors Council Member – YouthBuild; member of the 10th District Congressional Education Council; and other groups.


As a Board Member of the Housing and Human Development Corporation (HHDC), Laurel brings a wealth of knowledge and unique skills along with her desire to serve the more vulnerable in our society.  She understands the diverse needs of the population being served in affordable housing and knows how to provide those services effectively and efficiently.  She firmly believes in the HHDC mission of viewing a resident in affordable housing as a “whole person” and providing community linkages and other services to that resident.


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