Deputy Commissioner, Housing Code Enforcement & Emergency Operations
Eric Booker, Deputy Commissioner for Housing Code Enforcement & Emergency Operations, began working for the Department of Housing & Community Development as a Division Chief in 2004. During his tenure, Booker served in the capacity of Assistant Commissioner before being promoted to his current role as Deputy Commissioner. The Baltimore native has extensive professional experience working for Fortune 500 companies, including Exxon Mobil and Verizon. Mr. Booker is a strategic planning, leadership development, and operations specialist who has extensive experience in civic engagement, community organizing, and redevelopment. As Deputy Commissioner, he is responsible for property maintenance inspections and emergency operations for the Agency. Mr. Booker, a former military officer, was discharged with honors from the United States Army. He earned a master’s degree in management and finance from Notre Dame of Maryland University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Howard University.