Sean Hubert began at Central City Concern (CCC) in 2007 after a decade managing affordable housing communities in Oregon and Washington. Sean started as CCC’s director of asset management and director of housing, leading efforts to integrate, streamline and improve housing and facility oversight. Sean has overseen over $250 million in real estate development at CCC including more than 1,000 units of housing created or preserved. As strategy officer, he is responsible for collaboratively developing, communicating, executing and sustaining CCC’s strategic initiatives. In addition to organizational strategy, this position oversees policy and communication efforts. CCC’s real estate portfolio consists of approximately 2,100 units of affordable housing and several clinical and commercial facilities. CCC serves over 3,500 people each year who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and provides a diverse range of supportive housing programs including those helping people in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, homeless veterans, reentry programs for people exiting the criminal justice system and housing integrated with health care programming. Sean is active in a number of community and industry efforts. He has served as a board member of Housing Oregon and the Oregon Facility Authority, and has been an advisory member to several local and statewide initiatives. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and communications from Shippensburg University and is a licensed property manager in Oregon.