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The National Affordable Housing Network was founded as a non-profit organization in 1994 to help develop and transfer high performance affordable housing techniques that benefit those in need. In the years since, the Network has done grass roots technology t... more.
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Who We Are: The Board of Directors and Staff of the National Affordable Housing Network
Barbara Miller, Vice President/Treasurer
A co-founder of the Network, Miller has developed a national collaboration of technical and social leaders to empower low-income and disabled persons through self-help housing using the Network's High performance energy standards, which she helped develop in more than a decade of award-winning field research. A volunteer with Habitat for Humanity since 1991, she serves as the local project director for the Southwest Montana affiliate in seven counties. As a founder of the Imagine Butte collaborative, she has a background in economic development, small business development and resource development. She is responsible for attracting nearly $8 million in recent investment resources for Butte's housing future including block grants and low-income mortgage loans for households in need. She has advocated for employment opportunity and small business opportunity for those needing untraditional work options. Miller also serves on the staff as the Executive Director of the Network.
High-Performance Housing Partnership (TX) : National Affordable Housing Network
Staff of NAHN working on this effort included Barbara Miller, project director, and Bob Corbett, chief of design and product evaluation.
2000 marks the 22nd year that that Miller, Palmiter and Corbett have worked together on development of high-performance low-cost housing.
Passive Solar Home Building Plans - Zero Energy Home Designs - ZEH
The authors would like to thank the many individuals and organizations that supported this project including: homeowner Amy Whalen; The U.S. Department of Energy's Building Technologies Program; Midwest Research Institute; Battelle; Energy Outreach Colorado; Xcel Energy; The Governors Office of Energy Management and Conservation; Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman; Congressman Bob Beauprez; Lori Vaclavic, Bruce Carpenter, Andy Blackmun, Brady Nelson, Pandora Reagan, and Lynne Brown of Habitat of Metro Denver; Paul Kreischer of Lightly Treading; Pete Beverly; Paul Reeves of the Partnership for Resource Conservation; Ed Hancock and Greg Barker of Mountain Energy Partnership; Ren Anderson, Admiral Truly, Dan Arvizu, Jessie Harris, Byron Stafford, Kerry Masson, Lee Boughey, Sarah Barba, Jay Burch and Scott Horowitz of NREL; Betsy Petit of Building Science Corporation; Barbara Miller of the National Affordable Housing Network; and Rob Dumont of the Saskatchewan Research Council.
Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Montana--Our Volunteer Board of Directors
Project Director, Barbara Miller, (also with National Affordable Housing Network)Chair: Fundraising and Resource Development Committee, Barbara Miller, National Affordable Housing NetworkProject Director, Barbara Miller, (also with National Affordable Housing Network)Fundraising and Resource Development Committee meets second Friday of each month at 4 p.m., Barbara Miller, chairperson.
Barbara Miller, President of the National Affordable Housing Network, says the organization is launching a region-wide construction effort to provide new home ownership opportunities in Butte, Boulder, Dillon and Whitehall.