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Mr. Frank Fernandez

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Chair

Texas Supportive Housing Coalition
 
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Green Doors
  • Chair
    HousingWorks
  • Deputy Director
    PeopleFund
  • Financial Analyst
    Salomon Smith Barney
  • Chair
    Austin CHDO Roundtable
  • Chair
    Alliance for Public Transportation
  • Board President
    Alliance for Public Transportation

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.P.A.
    LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas
  • B.A. , Philosophy
    Harvard University
79 Total References
Web References
Current Board Members - Capital Metro - Austin Public Transit
www.capmetro.org, 19 June 2014 [cached]
Frank Fernandez
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Board Member Photo - Frank Fernandez
CAMPO finance representative
Frank Fernandez brings to the Capital Metro Board a vast amount of finance knowledge and experience. Currently, he is the Executive Director of Green Doors, a non-profit devoted to preventing and ending homelessness and poverty housing in Central Texas.
Prior to joining Green Doors, Frank served as Deputy Director for PeopleFund, a community development financial institution. Frank is very active in advocating for affordable housing and folks who have struggled with homelessness. Co-founder of the housing advocacy organization, HousingWorks, he served as Chair of the affordable housing bond campaign that successfully advocated for the passage of the $55 million City of Austin affordable housing bonds in November 2006. He co-chaired the City of Austin's Affordable Housing Incentives Taskforce from summer 2006 through spring 2007.
Currently, Frank serves as the Chair of the Texas Supportive Housing Coalition, a statewide coalition of supportive housing providers, and Chair of the Austin CHDO Roundtable, the local non-profit housing coalition. He also serves on the Executive Committees of ECHO, Austin's local homeless coalition, and HousingWorks.
Prior to moving to Austin, Frank worked on Wall Street for several years as a financial analyst for Salomon Smith Barney providing technical and quantitative support to municipalities and states across the nation, including the State of Connecticut and the City of Detroit.
Capital Metro Transit - Austin, Texas
www.capmetro.org, 26 April 2012 [cached]
Frank Fernandez, Member
Frank ...
www.housingworksaction.org, 22 Jan 2012 [cached]
Frank Fernandez Frank serves as Executive Director of Green Doors, a non-profit organization that provides housing for homeless individuals and families. Prior to joining Green Doors, Frank served as Deputy Director for Peoplefund, a community development financial institution focused on promoting economic vitality and opportunity in lower income communities in Central Texas. Frank holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Harvard University and an M.P.A. from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. Frank has been active with several non-profit boards and task forces, including serving as the Campaign Chair of the HousingWorks Action Affordable Housing Bond Election campaign, Chair of the City of Austin's Affordable Housing Incentives Taskforce, Board President of the Alliance for Public Transportation, and as Board Treasurer for FamilyConnections, to name a few.
Frank Fernandez | City Lights Group
citylightsgroup.com, 21 May 2014 [cached]
Frank Fernandez
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Frank Fernandez
frank@citylightsgroup.com
A recognized leader on housing, transportation and economic development issues, Frank Fernandez serves as the Executive Director of Green Doors, a non-profit group devoted to transforming lives and neighborhoods for people in need in Central Texas.
Frank has worked extensively to help create housing solutions across the income spectrum. He is the co-founder of HousingWorks, an Austin-based affordable housing advocacy coalition, and serves as the chair of the Texas Supportive Housing Coalition. Frank also led the successful 2006 campaign to pass $55 million in municipal bonds to support affordable housing in Austin. Currently Frank serves as Chair of the City of Austin's 2012 Bond Election Advisory Task Force.
Frank is also actively engaged on transportation issues, serving on the Board of Capital Metro, Central Texas' public transit agency. He is currently chair of the agency's Finance & Audit Committee. Frank also co-founded and served as chair of the Alliance for Public Transportation, a non-profit group promoting progressive transit initiatives, and is a former board member of CAMPO, the Metropolitan Planning Organization for Central Texas.
Prior to joining Green Doors in 2006, Frank served for five years as Deputy Director of PeopleFund, a community development financial institution. He previously worked as a public sector financial analyst for Salomon Smith Barney in New York City, structuring over $1 billion in financial transactions. Frank has also provided consulting services to a wide variety of clients over the past decade, including universities, non-profits, trade associations, and foundations.
Frank's work has been honored in the Austin community. In 2005, he received the "Vision Award" from Liveable City for his work creating HousingWorks. More recently, Frank received the Non-Profit Leadership award from Austin Under 40, and was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year.
Frank, a Florida native, holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Harvard University and an M.P.A. from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. He and his wife Tina, Director of the Pro Bono Program at the University of Texas School of Law, are the parents of 8-year old Lucia and 10-year-old Franky.
Green Doors Staff | Green Doors
greendoors.org, 24 July 2013 [cached]
Frank Fernandez
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Frank Fernandez, Executive Director
Frank joined Green Doors as Executive Director in March 2006. He oversees all core functions and is focused on growing the organization to meet the community's acute need for affordable housing. Prior to joining Green Doors, Frank served as Deputy Director for PeopleFund, a community development financial institution. Frank is very active in advocating for affordable housing and folks who have struggled with homelessness. Co-founder of the housing advocacy organization, HousingWorks, he served as Chair of the affordable housing bond campaign that successfully advocated for the passage of the $55 million City of Austin affordable housing bonds in November 2006. He co-chaired the City of Austin's Affordable Housing Incentives Taskforce from Summer 2006 through Spring 2007. Currently, Frank serves as the Chair of the Texas Supportive Housing Coalition, a statewide coalition of supportive housing providers, and Chair of the Austin CHDO Roundtable, the local non-profit housing coalition. He also serves on the Executive Committees of ECHO, Austin's local homeless coalition, and HousingWorks. Prior to moving to Austin, Frank worked on Wall Street for several years as a financial analyst for Salomon Smith Barney providing technical and quantitative support to municipalities and states across the nation, including the State of Connecticut and the City of Detroit.
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