Edwin R. Harlin
Edwin R. Harlin is the Director of the Southeast Michigan Division for the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA). In his current position, Mr. Harlin is responsible for the marketing of the Authority's programs, products, and services, including Rental Development and Supportive Housing, lending programs supported with tax credits, Community Development and Homeownership programs in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, St. Clair, Livingston, and Washtenaw Counties. This includes forming strategic partnerships with customers who want to invest in Southeast Michigan in a committed way, and who have a vision for neighborhood revitalization.
SHEILAH P. CLAY
Sheilah P. Clay has been the President and CEO of Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) since 2000. This $31 million Detroit-based nonprofit human service organization provides mental health, addiction treatment, crisis intervention/suicide prevention, homelessness, early childhood education, youth leadership and workforce development and violence prevention, supportive housing development, and much more to individuals and families in Wayne and Oakland counties. Sheilah is the visionary leader of a $52 million restoration of the former historic Michigan Bell Building into the largest permanent supportive housing for the homeless in the State of Michigan.