Melany Mondello, M.B.A.

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Melany Mondello has over 22 years of experience working with nonprofit agencies and government entities to build partnerships and develop permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, prevention programs, and supportive services for people with disabilities. She is an expert in the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Continuum of Care (CoC) program and community process, supportive housing, Veterans’ homelessness and housing programs, and in helping to develop quality improvement systems. Ms. Mondello has experience in providing technical assistance to rural and urban communities and state agencies to build programs and systematic responses to end and prevent homelessness through diversion, rapid exit, and housing opportunities, as well as assisting agencies in administering federal and state contracts, coordinating the development and delivery of housing-based services, performing provider-based program evaluations, and developing best practices.

Ms. Mondello currently helps communities build and revise their community response systems, including project development, while meeting local federal regulatory requirements; and serves as the lead staff member for TAC’s Rural Capacity Building Initiative, which helps states develop and implement housing plans to address local needs, and helps communities to improve the housing systems that serve their vulnerable populations.

Prior to joining TAC, Ms. Mondello was the statewide grant coordinator for Maine’s Shelter Plus Care (S+C) and Bridging Rental Assistance subsidy programs. She served as co-chair of the Maine Balance of State CoC and its Data/Homeless Management Information System subcommittee for seven years.

Recent Publications

State Funded Housing Assistance Programs