Miriam Esquivel of the Lexington Housing CDC was the recipient of the Louise Mack Housing Counselor of the Year Award for her longtime commitment and dedication to the economic stability of families in the Lexington area and her steady presence during a time of institutional transition.
Pamela Wideman of the City of Charlotte was the recipient of the Public Official of the Year Award for leading the City of Charlotte in prioritizing access to affordable housing as a basic human right for all residents of the city.
Sofia Crisp with Housing Consultants Group was the recipient of the Sister Barbara Sullivan Volunteer of the Year Award for volunteering countless hours to help families recover after devastating storms in Greensboro and High Point.
Brian Coyle with BB&T was the recipient of one of two Bill Rowe Service to Affordable Housing Awards for his career-long effort to bring investment to North Carolina, and for his crucial role in building and expanding the state’s infrastructure dedicated to affordable housing production.
Susan Levy with Habitat for Humanity of Orange County was the recipient of one of two Bill Rowe Service to Affordable Housing Awards for her continued dedication in advocating for affordable housing on behalf of all Orange County residents.