Lisa Alberghini

Lisa B. Alberghini, Executive Vice President of the Housing Partnership Network, has over 35 years of experience developing affordable and mixed-income housing, overseeing the development efforts on more than 3,000 units of housing. Prior to joining HPN, Ms. Alberghini was the President of the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. (POUA), a Boston-based non-profit developer, where she led the organization’s housing and commercial development work, advocacy efforts and social justice initiatives, and played a significant role in influencing Federal, State and local affordable housing policy.

Prior to joining POUA, Lisa worked at The Community Builders for eighteen years, serving as Director of the Boston Office during the latter part of her tenure there. As Director of the office,  Lisa oversaw the work of the Development, Property Management, Human Services and Legal departments in conjunction with department directors. She has also served on HPN’s Board of Directors, among many notable affordable housing and social advocacy board positions over her career.

Ms. Alberghini has extensive experience combining multiple financing resources to ensure project feasibility and accomplish mission objectives, and is committed to increasing the influence of the non-profit development sector in the United States.  She has developed rental, homeownership and mixed-tenure properties for family, elderly and special needs populations. Lisa has been a teaching assistant in Housing Policy at Tufts University; and a guest lecturer at Harvard University, Boston College, Boston University, M.I.T., the Urban Land Institute, and at numerous national conferences and events. Ms. Alberghini currently serves on the MassHousing Multi-Family Advisory Committee as an appointee of the Governor of Massachusetts; on the City of Boston Housing Task Force as a Mayoral appointee; and on the Boston-based non-profit New Lease for Homeless Families.

In her role at HPN Ms. Alberghini leads and oversees membership, policy, communications, governance, and the International Housing Partnership, serves as a member of HPN’s Executive Leadership Team and plays a key role in managing collaboration among HPN’s Members.