Kristin Siglin serves as Vice President for Policy and Partnerships at the National Community Stabilization Trust. In this role, she leads NCST’s policy advocacy to help communities address blight and high rates of vacant, abandoned and distressed properties. She also manages the Homeownership Alliance, a policy advocacy collaborative of nonprofit developers and lenders. The mission of the Homeownership Alliance is to increase access to homeownership in order to narrow America’s racial wealth gap, improve access to long-term affordable housing, and to revitalize communities without gentrification.
Before coming to NCST, Kristin led the policy efforts at Housing Partnership Network, presenting the experience of nonprofit affordable housing developers and lenders to policymakers. Prior to Housing Partnership Network, Kristin had a variety of roles at Enterprise Community Partners, including managing a special project that commissioned and disseminated original research on school-centered community revitalization. She previously served as the Policy Director of the Millennial Housing Commission, a 22-member bipartisan commission charged by Congress with examining the nation’s housing policy, and worked on Capitol Hill in various capacities, including the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs and the personal staffs of Senator Christopher S. Bond (R-MO) and Representative Jim Leach (R-IA.).
Kristin holds an AB in History from Brown University.