Lisa Sloane, M.P.A.

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Lisa Sloane (she, her, hers) has nearly 40 years of experience working with federal, state, and local governments as well as nonprofit agencies, to address the supportive housing needs of people with disabilities and of individuals and families experiencing homelessness. At TAC, she manages complex consulting projects for state and federal government agencies. Ms. Sloane has worked with the states of Virginia, Massachusetts, Oregon, Louisiana, and Maryland to develop and implement permanent supportive housing programs for people with disabilities and people experiencing homelessness. In Massachusetts, she played a key role in the development of innovative cross-disability housing programs, including a housing locator system, a state housing bond fund, and a state home modification loan program. She is an expert in the area of fair housing.

Prior to joining TAC, Ms. Sloane was principal of Sloane Associates, a woman-owned business that provided affordable housing and human services consultation, specializing in the development of housing programs and policies for persons with disabilities, including those experiencing homelessness.


Recent Publications

Health and Housing: A Peer-to-Peer Learning Network Finds Hospitals Eager to Partner with the Housing Sector

Fair Housing – Now More than Ever

Priced Out: The Housing Crisis for People with Disabilities

Section 8 Made Simple — Special Edition: Using the Housing Choice Voucher Program to End Chronic Homelessness