About the director
David Noguera is a housing and community development professional with 21 years’ experience developing housing policy, administering programs, assessing and troubleshooting program implementation issues and advising government officials and representatives on housing. As Director of Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization for the City of Dallas, David developed a pipeline of more than 14,000 units of mixed-income housing, deployed a racial equity lens for neighborhood revitalization and generated new revenue streams to support the City’s housing production goals. Prior to Dallas, David oversaw the development of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program and managed it at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington D.C. for six years. He later developed an audit resolution division for HUD’s Office of Community Planning and Development, where he negotiated settlements on Office of Inspector General audits of states, local governments and nonprofits. Along his career, David analyzed housing policy for Freddie Mac, evaluated federally funded programs for the U.S. Government Accountability Office and nonprofit investments for the New York Empowerment Zone.