Global Conference 2010
President and CEO, Low Income Investment Fund
Nancy Andrews is President and CEO of the Low Income Investment Fund, a $600 million community development financial institution providing capital and technical assistance to help low-income communities finance and build facilities for education, affordable housing, child care and other revitalization programs. She serves on community development and environmental committees and boards of the Housing Partnership Network, Center for Housing Policy Advisory Council, Bank of America′s National Community Advisory Council, National Housing Law Project and the Center for International Forestry Research. Her 30 years in community development include positions as deputy director of the Ford Foundation′s Office of Program-Related Investments and chief financial officer of the International Water Management Institute, a World Bank-supported development organization. She consulted for the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Treasury during the Clinton administration. Andrews received an M.S. in urban planning with a concentration in real estate finance from Columbia University.