Sep 08, 2017
John Lowry
What Happened to Housing Opportunities, And How Can We Bring It Back

John Lowry has worked at Burbank Housing, a successful Sonoma County nonprofit affordable housing company for 29 years.  He started at Burbank in 1984 as a project manager with a focus on mutual self-help housing, and served as Burbank’s executive director from 1998 to 2012.  Burbank has developed over 3600 homes and apartments.  It manages almost 3000 apartments and employs about 140 people.

John served on the boards of the Non-Profit Housing Association, the California Coalition for Rural Housing and the local Home Builders Association.  He is currently a board member of the local Habitat for Humanity.