Maureen Freehill

Maureen Freehill currently serves as the Director of Affordable Housing with National Church Residences, leading efforts in establishing National Church Residences “second home” in the Atlanta Metro area though strategic planning and development.

Maureen started her career in affordable housing as a Section 8 caseworker with RUPCO in upstate New York. From there she served as Special Needs Housing Policy Analyst for New York State Homes and Community Renewal (NYS DHCR), generating the Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Housing (NHTD)Subsidy Program. This program won the 2009 National Council of State Housing Authorities (NCSHA) award for innovation in special needs housing.

After moving to Atlanta in 2012 she began her work as a multi-family developer utilizing LIHTC and leveraging public and private partnerships to provide enriched housing opportunities in Georgia with a focus on the Atlanta Metro. Maureen earned her bachelor’s degree from SUNY New Paltz. She is Vice President of Programs for the Atlanta Women’s Affordable Housing Network, Executive Board Director with the Georgia Supportive Housing Association, Volunteer Coordinator for Neighbor in Need East Lake/Kirkwood, a member of the class of 2022 ULI Center for Leadership, part of the ULI 2024 Health Leaders cohort and a Girl Scout troop leader to 18 superstars.