As Executive Director of National Public Housing Museum, and on behalf of our board of directors it is a pleasure to introduce you to Sue Enright, Director of Development and leader of our capital campaign. We are delighted to welcome Sue as we continue to move forward with
plans to further cement our role in the community with the opening of the museum in 2019.
Power of Place: the Capital Campaign for the National Public Housing Museum will
advance our mission as a museum, cultural center, and creative place making hub, to
preserve, promote, and propel housing as a human right.
Sue comes to us with leadership experience in the non-profit sector in strategic planning,
management, communications and fundraising. With a life-long commitment to helping others
thrive in our community, she was most recently Director of Development at Lakeview Pantry
where she led the annual fund and capital campaign for the purchase, renovation and furnishing
of their new home.
Sue brings passion and creativity to her work on behalf of others and has demonstrated
innovative thinking and the ability to craft vision into measurable outcomes through fundraising
and the development of strategic partnerships.
As Executive Director I have every confidence in her ability to lead the museum’s capital
campaign. Please join me in welcoming Sue to the National Public Housing Museum community.