Molly Rogers is the Deputy Director of the Portland Housing Bureau where she leads planning efforts for the Bureau’s key strategic priorities—Portland’s Housing Bond, the Metro Housing Bond, and the integration of Supportive Housing. Prior to joining the Bureau in January 2019, Molly spent eight years at Home Forward, the largest affordable housing developer in Oregon. As Home Forward’s Director of Asset Management and Housing Policy, she was responsible for the financial, physical, operational, policy, and regulatory aspects of the agency’s 6,500-unit affordable housing, public housing, and commercial real estate portfolios, valued at $900M. She has previously served as the Director of Asset Management at the Housing Development Center, worked on homelessness programs for the Cities of New York and Portland, was the first Executive Director for a nonprofit subsidiary of Columbia University, and launched a resident services program in Minnesota. Molly has a master’s degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a bachelor’s degree from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN.