Shaun Donovan

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Shaun Donovan has been nominated by President Barack Obama as Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development[1]

"As Commissioner of Housing Preservation and Development in New York City, Shaun has led the effort to create the largest housing plan in the nation, helping hundreds of thousands of our citizens buy or rent their homes. Prior to joining Mayor Bloomberg’s administration, Shaun worked both in business, where he was responsible for affordable housing investments, and at one of our nation’s top universities, where he researched and wrote about housing issues. This appointment represents something of a homecoming for Shaun, who worked at HUD in the Clinton administration, leading an effort to help make housing affordable for nearly two million Americans. Trained as an architect, Shaun understands housing down to how homes are designed, built, and wired," Obama stated.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Barack Obama, "Radio Address on the Economy", December 13, 2008.

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