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Ms. Trudy Parisa McFall

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Board Member

Phone: (443) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.org
Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition
500 E. Pratt Street Box 31
Baltimore , Maryland 21202
United States

Company Description: MAHC was formed in Spring 2000 and advocates for resources for affordable rental housing development through sustained or increased funding for established...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • MA
    Bryn Mawr College
  • BA
    Indiana University
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Trudy ..., 18 July 2015 [cached]
Trudy McFall Ex-Officio
Osprey Property Company, 16 July 2013 [cached]
MAHC President Trudy McFall said, “ It’s gratifying to see that with RHW funds made available just one year ago, and the hard work of many good people, today we are celebrating the first of many more RHW communities to come.� To commemorate the occasion, Osprey received a plaque from MAHC for redeveloping Pikeswood Park Apartments.
MAHC - Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition, 1 Jan 2011 [cached]
Trudy McFall, MAHC VP, discussed Housing Day to be held on Wednesday, February 16 at the
Trudy asked that all members become Housing Day Supporters with a modest $500 contribution, to show support by attending the event and visit key legislators.
Leadership & Staff, 28 Mar 2014 [cached]
Trudy McFall, Homes for America, Inc., Annapolis, MD
Trudy McFall, founder of a ..., 9 Jan 2009 [cached]
Trudy McFall, founder of a local affordable housing provider, shakes hands with Sandy Smolnicky from Annapolis during a campaign reception at Harry Browne's last night.
Ms. McFall formally announced her intentions to run for mayor of Annapolis during the event.
Local activist and housing executive Trudy McFall announced her intention to run for mayor of Annapolis in front of nearly 100 supporters during a reception last night in a State Circle restaurant.
"Annapolis is ready for change, a new way of doing things," Ms. McFall said during her event at Harry Browne's restaurant. "I am determined to win this."
The long-time housing executive, who worked for the state and federal government for 35 years, was president of the board of commissioners for the Annapolis Housing Authority from 2002 to 2007.
Ms. McFall, 65, said she has been planning a bid for mayor for several years. She has lived in Annapolis for 28 years and currently resides in West Annapolis. She is the founder of a nonprofit affordable housing provider located on Sixth Street in Eastport.
Ms. McFall spent 14 years managing federal and regional housing agencies and another 13 years as the director for the Community Development Agency in the state Department of Housing and Community Development.
She founded the nonprofit affordable housing provider Homes for America in 1994 and has since grown the Sixth Street company into one of the country's largest businesses of its kind.
One of her priorities as mayor would be to continue to build public-private partnerships that allow public housing residents to become homeowners, she said. Ms. McFall said she works part time as chairman of Homes for America's board of directors but would step down if elected mayor.
In light of several proposals to restructure the city government, Ms. McFall said she would also bring on a professional manager or administrator to oversee day-to-day operations of the city.
She supports legislation currently in front of the City Council that would create a city manager to handle city operations. If the bills failed, she said she would empower the current City Administrator position to perform management duties.
Controlling growth and development also is one of her concerns. The latest Comprehensive Plan for the city calls for more density in the West Annapolis corridor and other portions of the city.
The Market House and crime were her other priorities, she said.
Ms. McFall recently founded a local non-profit advocacy group called Citizens For a Better Annapolis. It published a study that was critical of the city's public safety efforts as violence was exploding in many of the downtrodden neighborhoods.
Ms. McFall has raised over $56,000, nearly twice as much money for her campaign as other potential candidates, according to finance reports filed July.
Some have been critical of some of her campaign's donors, many of whom live or are based outside of Annapolis.
"I have a lot of respect for Trudy. But I have to see who else is running," he said yesterday at the reception.
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