Rosemary has 35+ years of experience in the affordable housing field. She has designed and implemented housing programs at the federal, state, and community level, and has raised over $20 million dollars through public and private funding proposals. Rosemary has participated in the development or rehabilitation of over 2,000 affordable housing units through technical assistance and capacity building work with organizations developing multi-family ownership, rental, and supportive housing projects. Her TA expertise includes accessing and complying with HOME, CHDO, CDBG, SHP (ESG), CoC (S+C), and NSP funding, conducting feasibility analysis, and coordinating public and private funding sources. She is a Certified HOME Program Specialist—Regulations. Rosemary lives in St. Paul with her husband and has three adult sons. In her spare time she loves to downhill ski, bike and stay physically active and is the co-founder and Board Vice-Chair of the Highland Friendship Club, a nonprofit organization serving individuals with disabilities by providing a range of opportunities to develop lifelong skills, friendships and connections within their community.