Jessica Aiwuyor
Associate Director of Communications

Jessica Aiwuyor is responsible for digital media, communications and media relations for the National Fair Housing Alliance. She manages media inquiries, NFHA social media accounts, the NFHA website, mailing lists and all other forms of communication. Jessica also works with communications staff at other civil rights organizations to ensure thriving partnerships.

Salome Aringo
Vice President of Finance

Ms. Salome Aringo is the Vice President of finance and oversees National Fair Housing Alliance Financial accounting and reporting functions as well as Human resources functions including onboarding, payroll and benefits management.  She monitors NFHA’s financial operations collecting, interpreting and reporting key financial data while developing GAAP policies and procedures. A member of NFHA’s senior leadership team, Ms. Aringo provides guidance on managing organizational assets, working with the COO to prepare annual budgets, works to streamline month end processing timelines,  supervises human resource and benefits management functions, manages volunteer relationships with the finance committee and offers financial expertise to inform NFHA’s strategic planning efforts.

Cat Cloud
Chief Operating Officer

Cathy Cloud is responsible for supervising NFHA programs in the areas of compliance and consulting, membership services, education and outreach, national media, community development, finances, and administration. Ms. Cloud is responsible as well for the development and implementation of Fair Housing School®, NFHA’s comprehensive training and education program for fair housing personnel. Ms. Cloud has been in the fair housing field since 1984 and at NFHA since 1990.

Sherrill Frost-Brown
Vice President of Member Services and Community Development

Sherrill Frost-Brown is responsible for coordinating technical assistance to National Fair Housing Alliance member organizations and for growing the membership. Sherrill also directs NFHA’s Community Development programs including the National Housing Accessibility Partnership (HAP) program which provides grants to fair housing centers to modify homes and apartments for persons with disabilities. She represents NFHA at national and regional events and presents on fair housing workshops.

Debby Goldberg
Vice President, Housing Policy and Special Projects

Debby works to ensure that federal housing policy effectively addresses the needs and rights of people of color, families with children, people with disabilities and others protected under our nation’s fair housing laws. She also leads NFHA’s work with its members and allies to ensure that all neighborhoods are communities of opportunity, using the framework of HUD’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing regulation along with other strategies.

Alayne Hersh
Staff Accountant

Alayne Hersh completes journal entries for the month-end accounting process, prepares invoices, and records credit card transactions and bank deposits to the general ledger.

Yvonne Lewis
Administrative Assistant

Yvonne Lewis is the first point of contact for all incoming calls and for greeting guest. She exhibits professionalism at all times. She provides direct assistance to the Chief Operating Officer, the Executive Vice President, the Senior Administrator, and all other NFHA staff as needed. Her role is to provide excellent customer service, and to assist her coworkers when needed. She assists with hosting and planning the annual meeting each year.

Gregory Parrish
Vice President of Resource Development & External Affairs

Gregory Parrish is responsible for leading resource development and external affairs for the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA). He works closely with corporate, foundation and philanthropic partners in seeking to build and maintain strong and beneficial relationships. Through these relationships, Gregory looks for ways to connect partner organization to NFHA’s missions of seeking to eliminate housing discrimination and ensuring equal housing opportunities for all. Gregory leads and staffs the Resource Development Committee and executes NFHA’s comprehensive Strategic Resource Development Plan.

Lisa Rice
President and Chief Executive Officer

Lisa Rice is the President and CEO of the National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA), the nation’s only national civil rights agency solely dedicated to eliminating all forms of housing discrimination. NFHA is also the trade association for over 200 member organizations across the country that work to eliminate barriers in the housing markets and expand equal housing and lending opportunities. NFHA provides a range of programs to affirmatively further fair housing including community development, neighborhood stabilization, training, education, outreach, advocacy, consulting and enforcement initiatives.

Ms. Rice is a member of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights Board of Directors, JPMorgan Chase Consumer Advisory Council, Mortgage Bankers Association’s Consumer Advisory Council, Freddie Mac Affordable Housing Advisory Council, Urban Institute’s Mortgage Servicing Collaborative, Quicken Loans Advisory Committee, and America’s Homeowner Alliance Advisory Board.

Jorge Andres Soto
Director of Public Policy

Jorge Andres Soto is responsible for advancing the National Fair Housing Alliance’s public policy priorities and directs the organization’s federal and congressional advocacy. Through local and national coalition-building, Jorge designs strategies to advocate for policies that help protect individuals from housing discrimination, strengthen access to justice for victims of housing discrimination, and remove obstacles to housing opportunity. Jorge leads NFHA’s efforts on issues concerning the federal budget and appropriations, housing and housing-related legislation, and executive nominations. Jorge also staffs the Fair Housing Task Force of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which NFHA co-chairs with NAACP LDF.

Morgan Williams
General Counsel

Morgan Williams is responsible for leading the National Fair Housing Alliance’s strategic and tactical legal initiatives and affairs. Morgan leads NFHA’s efforts to pursue pioneering litigation under the federal Fair Housing Act, often utilizing testing-based evidence and working in partnership with its network of local fair housing centers, and coordinates NFHA’s actions to file amicus briefs to promote sound fair housing jurisprudence. Morgan provides training and technical support to local fair housing centers across the country on investigation and enforcement strategies, as well as training to housing providers and servicers on a range complicated and emerging topics. Morgan also assists with NFHA’s federal public policy advocacy, in coordination with legislative offices and federal agencies, and assists local advocates regarding state and local legislative matters.