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CMHA introduces new Executive Director

Source: The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority Source: The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority
Source: The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority Source: The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) introduced Gregory D. Johnson as the organization's new Executive Director.

The announcement came Tuesday afternoon during a press conference at the CMHA auditorium.

Johnson has 16 years of experience in the public housing industry, most recently as the CEO at the Dayton Metropolitan Housing Authority, where he served for eight years. He has a strong record of accomplishment in public housing administration, including achieving High Performer designation in the areas of Asset Management -PHAS scoring and in the Voucher Management Program – SEMAP scoring.

He has also earned several housing industry certifications, achieved Six Sigma Green Belt status in problem solving through Villanova University and graduated from the Executive Directors Program at Rutgers University. 

"CMHA is an organization with a strong record of accomplishment for meeting the critical housing needs of Hamilton County, and I look forward to officially joining the team," said Johnson. "I'm confident that, together with employees, the CMHA board and the broader community, we'll continue to meet our mission to provide low- to moderate-income families a place to call ‘home,' while being a good steward of the public dollar and a supporter of the neighborhoods in which CMHA communities exist."

 Johnson's first day on the job will be Monday, July 16.

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