Sheila Crowley

Sheila Crowley
Sheila Crowley
President
National Low Income Housing Coalition

 

 

Sheila Crowley has been president of the National Low Income Housing Coalition since 1998. She has 25 years of experience in organizational leadership, direct service, policy advocacy, and scholarship on homelessness and housing, as well as related poverty, race, and gender issues. She has worked in staff, board, and consulting roles with organizations that focus on family housing development, AIDS housing, and homeless services and teaches social policy, social justice, and legislative advocacy to social work students.

She is a member of the board of The National Housing Trust, The Poverty and Race Research Action Council, and the Technical Assistance Collaborative, and a former board member of the National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill-VA. She was the 1996-97 Social Work Congressional Fellow, where she served on the Democratic staff of the Housing Subcommittee of the United States Senate Banking Committee. From 1984-1992 she was the Executive Director of The Daily Planet, a multipurpose homeless service and advocacy organization in Richmond, VA.