Alice Kennedy began working for the Department of Housing & Community Development in 2016 as Deputy Commissioner, Homeownership & Housing Preservation. Ms. Kennedy has a background in community engagement, energy programs, legislative review and policy, political campaign strategy, real estate, and sustainability. In her role as Deputy Commissioner, she focuses on innovative solutions to help residents and best practices to coordinate and deliver services. Additionally, Ms. Kennedy oversees the City’s Weatherization Program; Lead Hazard Reduction Program; Office of Rehabilitation Services; Office of Homeownership; Tax Sale Prevention Coordinator; Summer Food Program; Baltimore Energy Challenge; and Baltimore Energy Initiative. Ms. Kennedy earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Goucher College.
Read a Statement from Acting Commissioner Kennedy HERE.