APAH Adds New Board Members – InsideNoVa.com – January 7, 2015
Arlington, Va.—The Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH) has elected five new board members to serve three-year terms.
The new members – Yvonne Aiken, Nadia Conyers, Jay Harris, Paul Holland and Rev. Andrew Merrow – “broaden APAH’s representation in the community,” organization leaders said in a statement.
Aiken is a resident of APAH’s Arlington Mill Residences. Conyers is an employment specialist with the Arlington County government and a fourth-generation Arlingtonian. Harris is senior director at CoreLogic. Holland is a senior analyst at Marstel-Day LLC. Merrow serves as rector at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. All are Arlington residents.
Robert Rozen, principal with Washington Council Ernst & Young, has begun his second year as the chair of the APAH board.
“I look forward to continuing our work at APAH by collaborating with our partners in local government and area nonprofits to pioneer cost-effective ways to increase the amount of committed-affordable housing in Arlington,” Rozen said. “This housing is vital to economic growth and the continued diversity of our community.”