Patrick Kelley is Vice President of Capital Solutions at the Housing Partnership Network. In this role, Patrick seeks to mobilize scaled investment capital for both existing and emergent HPN social enterprises, HP Ventures, and the greater HPN membership.
Previously, Patrick led the creation of the Terwilliger Center for Innovation in Shelter at Habitat for Humanity International, which catalyzed private sector and investment driven innovation in housing. While at the Terwilliger Center, Patrick led the creation of the MicroBuild Fund with investment partners Omidyar Network, MetLife, and the US Development Finance Corporation (DFC) as well as the creation of the Shelter Venture Fund to make investments in early-stage companies driving innovation in residential real estate, affordable housing, and sustainable construction like 3D printing construction technology, Web3 land titling, IoT solutions for home services, and a tech platform connecting builders to suppliers and financing. Terwilliger Center initiatives catalyzed over $15 Billion of investment in housing access and affordability.
Prior to the Terwilliger Center Patrick was Executive Director of Urwego Bank, one of the largest financial institutions in Rwanda for housing and small business lending.
Patrick is a CPA and a graduate of both the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the Gies School of Business at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He teaches a course on social enterprise and inclusive markets at Emory University in Atlanta.