EVP & President, Capital Markets, Housing Partnership Network, Boston, MA
Rebecca Regan joined the Housing Partnership Network as president of the Capital Markets Companies in April 2011. In this role, she develops and manages the Network’s capital market relationships and oversees its neighborhood stabilization and foreclosure prevention enterprises. She also plays a critical role in business collaboration and peer exchange among the network’s high-performing affordable housing organizations and CDFIs. Ms. Regan previously served as chief operating officer for Boston Community Capital as well as president of its Loan Fund, a $125 million loan fund focused on community development investments including affordable housing, charter schools and health centers. Prior to joining Boston Community Capital, she held executive, real estate lending and management positions with Bank of America, Fleet Bank, Bank of Boston and BayBank. She was previously a long-time member of New England Women in Real Estate (NEWIRE), the Mayor of Boston’s Food Council, the Massachusetts Grocery Access Task Force, the investment committee of City Mission Society and member of the board and finance committee for Mother Caroline Academy and Education Center, a school for low-income girls in Dorchester. She was appointed by the governor of Massachusetts to MassHousing’s Home Ownership Advisory Committee and is a former elected member of the Town of Wayland Planning Board. Ms. Regan holds a BSBA from the Boston University School of Management and an MBA from Babson College.