National Fair Housing Alliance

About the National Fair Housing Alliance

The National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) has an immediate opening for a dynamic, results-oriented visionary to serve as its Vice President of Development. NFHA leads the fair housing movement and is the nation's only national organization exclusively dedicated to eliminating all forms of housing discrimination and ensuring equitable housing opportunities for all people and communities. NFHA is also the trade association for organizations working to advance fair housing opportunities in communities throughout the nation.

We have a diverse, experienced, mission-driven, and impactful team that has developed equity-based policies at the federal, state, and local levels to expand fair housing opportunities; brought precedent-setting litigation to eliminate some of the most heinous forms of housing discrimination; conducted groundbreaking research to promote equitable solutions; and invested millions of dollars in underserved communities. We have solid relationships, built on trust, with national, regional, and local organizations, and we effectively draw upon these connections to reach vital goals. We are game changers that millions of people rely upon every day to access housing and housing-related services in well-resourced, inclusive, thriving communities.

Where you live matters. It affects every aspect of your life and determines whether you have access to the options and opportunities we all need to thrive. Yet despite important existing federal laws, more than 4 million acts of housing discrimination occur in the U.S. each year, and housing inequality remains stubbornly entrenched. That is why—through its education and outreach, member services, public policy and advocacy, housing and community development, responsible AI, enforcement, and consulting and compliance programs—NFHA is ensuring survivors of discrimination are made whole, dismantling longstanding barriers to equity, rooting out bias, and building  inclusive, well-resourced, resilient communities.

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