Lindsay Haddix has over a decade of experience working in affordable and public housing. She joined the San Francisco Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) in April 2018 to manage projects related to the: City’s planned expansion of transitional shelters; renovation of City-owned shelters; construction of new administrative offices for HSH staff; asset management of residential buildings master-leased by the City; and expansion of the leased building portfolio.
Prior to joining HSH, Lindsay worked for the San Mateo County Dept. of Housing and for a San Francisco-based affordable housing developer (BRIDGE). Over the course of seven years, she held various positions at the City of New York’s Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development - including Distressed Asset Financing Programs Senior Policy Analyst and Chief of Staff of the Office of Development - as well as served as Deputy Director of Special Projects at the NYC Housing Authority.
Lindsay received a BA in Environmental Studies from Brown University and a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala.