Meet our Instructors:

NHNLA instructors are highly qualified professionals, successful leaders, and experienced trainers. Instructors are selected based on a combination of the following attributes and skills:

These criteria are used to ensure that all NHNLA instructors are experts in the field of housing counseling and knowledgeable about the most up-to-date information in the industry and most recent policy changes.

 

Ellen Bardeen

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Foreclosure Prevention, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling 

eLearning Courses: Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction 

Webinars: Advanced Client Management using HCO, Basic Client Management using HCO, Hamp

Ellen Bardeen has nine years of experience as a bilingual Housing Counseling Program Manager in Columbus, Ohio. Ms. Bardeen has counseled more than 370 individuals in pre-purchase, post-purchase and foreclosure prevention. In her role, she has managed and reported on multiple housing programs to government and private funders, in addition to marketing programs via a wide variety of media. Ms. Bardeen has worked with NCLR (National Council of La Raza) Homeownership Networks Learning Alliance (NHNLA) to write and teach the Pre-purchase Counseling, Foreclosure Counseling, and Homebuyer Education on-site courses since the inception of NHNLA in 2008. She also presents NHNLA webinars about Fannie Mae Home Counselor Online Client Management System and the Dodd Frank Prep E-learning Course. Her previous work experience includes teaching second through 12th graders as a Bilingual Educator and a Spanish Teacher.


Gina Bilder

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling

eLearning Courses: HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Homebuyer Education Programs

Gina Bilder is a contract facilitator and educator. She has more than three decades of experience in mortgage financing and residential real estate. She is well-versed in personal budgeting, financing, and credit counseling. Ms. Bilder brings lightheartedness to a challenging and demanding subject riddled with acronyms. She enjoys sharing her vast knowledge with others who seek to serve fellow professionals and homeowners alike. Ms. Bilder has a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Elmhurst College, holds a certificate from Financial Peace University, and is a licensed managing real estate broker in Illinois.

 

Deanna Laraye Blair

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Foreclosure Prevention, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Transitioning from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction, Transition from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase

Webinars: Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Mortgage Fraud Counseling, Hamp

Deanna Laraye Blair is the Deputy Managing Attorney for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid. She assists clients in foreclosure, defends court cases, and assists with applications and follow-ups for modification applications. She attends mediations with clients to resolve foreclosure cases without protracted litigation, and advises foreclosure attorneys on the effective use of Federal HAMP loan modification program. Prior to law school, Ms. Blair was a Corporate Training Instructor for AT&T. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Florida and is a 2009 graduate of the Florida Coastal School of Law.

 

Connie Cline

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Methods in Effective Rental Counseling, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling.

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction 

Webinars: Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), Rental Counseling

Connie Cline has worked for 16 years in the housing counseling and training field. She passed the National AARP Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) counselor exam first in 2006, then in 2009 to become part of the official Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HECM roster, and again in 2012 to maintain her roster status. Ms. Cline worked as a Reverse Mortgage Counselor for United Family Services in Charlotte, NC, and for Consumer Credit Counseling of Forsyth County in North Carolina. She currently conducts face-to-face counseling for the Centre for Homeownership Education and Community Development in Hillsborough, NC, and conducts reverse mortgage phone counseling for Housing Options Provided for the Elderly (HOPE), Inc. of St. Louis, MO out of her home office in Durham, NC. She also provides Property Charge Loss Mitigation counseling under a special project through HOPE, Inc. and in partnership with the National Council on Aging (NCOA). While with United Family Services in Charlotte, she provided budget, credit, housing, foreclosure, bankruptcy, and reverse mortgage counseling and led workshops on budgeting, credit, debt and homeownership. Previously, Ms. Cline conducted Reverse Mortgage Counselor trainings for the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA), and currently conducts trainings for the NHNLA and for NeighborWorks America (NWA). She has led approximately 40 reverse mortgage trainings (introductory, advanced, and test preparation) for NCHFA and NWA combined. She also provided one-on-one coaching for reverse mortgage counselors through NWA.

 

Carlos Garcia

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Housing Counseling Program Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling

eLearning Courses: HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction 

Webinars: HUD Compliance

Carlos Garcia joined Hacienda Community Development Corporation in December 2011. He has more than seven years of experience advocating for struggling homeowners and creating homeownership and other asset building opportunities for working families. In his new role, Mr. Garcia oversees Hacienda’s newest strategic initiative to integrate financial capabilities into all of its programmatic areas. He hopes to continue advocating for policies that help promote family economic success both in Portland and throughout the state of Oregon. Mr. Garcia holds a bachelor’s degree in international business from Oregon State University, where he worked throughout his undergraduate career on issues of access and retention for Latino students.

 

Brenda Grauer

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Course: Foreclosure Prevention, Housing Counseling Program Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Methods in Effective Rental Counseling, Transitioning from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase 

eLearning Courses: Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction, Transition from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase 

Webinars: Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Mortgage Fraud Counseling, Hamp, Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), HUD Compliance, Program Sustainability: Marketing Your Non-Profit, Rental Counseling

Brenda Grauer has more than 23 years’ experience in the nonprofit affordable housing sector. She currently provides technical assistance and training to housing counselors and counseling agencies in the areas of pre-purchase, post-purchase, default, foreclosure, financial management, rental counseling, reverse mortgages, program management, and affordable housing financing and development. She has been a reverse mortgage counselor for HOPE, Inc. in St. Louis, MO, where she has provided more than 4,000 counseling sessions since 2004. She is a certified Technical Assistance provider for Cornerstone Partnership. Ms. Grauer served as a Senior Housing Policy Advisor and Assistant Attorney General for the Office of the Illinois Attorney General where she created a statewide Homeowner Helpline for consumers at risk of foreclosure. Services were provided in English, Spanish, and Polish. As Director of Homeownership Services for Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago she created the largest eight-hour homebuyer education program in the state, serving more than 1200 families annually, and created Illinois’s largest Employer Assisted Housing program at University of Chicago. As Senior Attorney at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago’s Senior Housing Law Project, she represented hundreds of seniors facing loss of their homes due to predatory lending practices. Brenda is a graduate of Northwestern University and the University of Illinois, College of Law, and is a member of the Illinois Bar Association.

 

Chase Haller

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Foreclosure Prevention, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program, Methods in Effective Rental Counseling

eLearning Courses: Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Mortgage Fraud Counseling, Hamp, Homebuyer Education Programs, Rental Counseling

Chase Haller graduated from the University of Dayton’s School of Law in 2011 after earning a bachelor’s degree in English with honors from Indiana University in Bloomington. Mr. Haller focuses his practice in mortgage foreclosure cases, assisting borrowers with court-ordered settlement conferences in Marion and surrounding counties in Indiana. Mr. Haller also devotes part of his time assisting low-income clients with landlord and tenant matters, as well as general issues related to consumer law.

 

Patti Hamic-Christensen

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Disaster Victims, Homeless Counseling

Patti Hamic-Christensen is currently a consultant specializing in all aspects of service-enriched housing. She has worked with the NCLR on disaster response and community advocacy in San Diego County, and has taught educational webinars since 2009. Prior to launching her consulting work, Ms. Hamic-Christensen spent 15 years as Vice President of the Community Building Department at Community HousingWorks. While serving as the Vice President, she developed and sustained nationally recognized “best practice” programs that included Family Asset Building, community leadership and development, afterschool and youth leadership development, farmworker advocacy and leadership, disaster response and preparedness, and transitional and permanent supportive housing. Under her leadership, the Community Building Department designed and implemented a comprehensive data management system to capture specified outputs and outcomes for her department’s diverse programs. She was a primary contributor to the funding development efforts to support her department and a member of the senior management team. Ms. Hamic-Christensen has more than four decades of social service program development and nonprofit management experience. She was a key architect in the development of the Family Recovery Center in Oceanside which is a residential treatment facility for pregnant or parenting women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse, has worked as a group and individual therapist at the Women’s Resource Center, and was Director of Friends In Deed, an emergency food, clothing, and shelter program in Pasadena. Ms. Hamic-Christensen holds a master’s in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College and a is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California. She served in a leadership capacity for the San Diego Regional Continuum of Care Coordinating Council and has participated in this group for almost two decades. She has also served as the Secretary of the Executive Committee for the Alliance for Regional Solutions, on the Farmworker CARE Coalition Executive Committee and Disaster Response Team, and spent more than six years on the Joint City County HIV Housing Committee.

 

Adrian Klenz

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling  

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Adrian Klenz is a certified financial counselor through the Association for Financial Counseling, Planning, and Education (AFCPE). He is the founder and owner of Klenz Financial Counseling LLC. Mr. Klenz teaches courses on housing counseling for both NeighborWorks America and courses for NHNLA.  He has also written NHNLA’s curriculum for housing counselors. Mr. Klenz is a HUD-certified housing counselor and does education and counseling for first-time homebuyers for Western Dairyland, a non-profit in Wisconsin. Mr. Klenz created a financial literacy program at Western Dairyland, and was later hired to create a similar program at The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Mr. Klenz is also the Executive Director for The Reach Foundation. The REACH Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness for children and adults with disabilities, which offers services for adults and children with disabilities.

 

Kristen Komara

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Housing Counseling Program Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program, Methods in Effective Rental Counseling, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling

eLearning Courses: HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Advanced Client Management using CMAX, Basic Client Management using CMAX, Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Mortgage Fraud Counseling, Homebuyer Education Programs, HUD Compliance, Program Sustainability: Marketing Your Nonprofit, Rental Counseling

Kristen Komara is the Vice President of Financial Wellness at The Resurrection Project (TRP), a community-based non-profit in Chicago. She is responsible for overseeing TRP’s financial capability objectives, including the organization’s financial and housing counseling and education services, and its newest program, TRP Realty. Ms. Komara, who has been with TRP for 10 years, coordinates a team of 16 at various sites and with multiple partners, giving her the experience to successfully manage this program. Each year, her team serves upwards of 1,200 families with financial and homeownership education services. Additionally, she has been an instructor with NHNLA since 2009, where she teaches HUD-approved courses in pre-purchase and rental counseling, marketing and fundraising, and housing counseling program management. Prior to joining TRP, a HUD-approved housing counseling agency, Ms. Komara was the Assistant Director of Community Outreach and Adult Education at San Miguel Schools of Chicago, and worked as a Project Coordinator for the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless. She holds a bachelor’s in psychology from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s in community organizing, planning, and development from the University of Chicago.

 

Jaime Legaspi

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Methods in Effective Rental Counseling, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction 

Webinars: Rental Counseling

Jaime Legaspi has been managing residential, commercial, and subsidized properties as well as worked in the real estate and affordable housing industries since 1979. He has managed various types of housing programs: HUD properties, tax credits, Neighborhood Stabilization Program, and home-subsidized programs. Mr. Legaspi has also worked as a real estate professional and broker and in the lending industry. Mr. Legaspi has been involved in non-profit development and management for more than two decades. He has represented many nonprofit developers in pre-development and development opportunities throughout California and surrounding states. He currently serves as the Vice President of Montebello Housing Development Corporation in charge of development and acquisition. He also assists in the areas of: education, lending, and coaching. He serves as Director of Education and Development for Housing Instruction Development and Empowering Finances in the Riverside County area of California. He has taught many courses for NeighborWorks America such as Financial Fitness, Lending, Intro to Housing Counseling, State and Federal Regulations, Housing Counseling Train-the-Trainer in English and Spanish, and has taught for Rental Housing Counseling and HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course for NHNLA.

 

Brenda Lopez

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, Foreclosure Prevention Housing Counseling Program Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling, Transitioning from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction, Transition from Foreclosure to Pre-Purchase

Webinars: Advanced Client Management using CMAX, Basic Client Management using CMAX, Fair Housing, Fair Lending and Mortgage Fraud Counseling, Hamp, Homebuyer Education Programs, HUD Compliance, Program Sustainability: Marketing Your Nonprofit

Brenda Lopez manages the day-to-day Home Ownership Center operations for Trellis (formerly Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix), a nonprofit organization established in 1975 in Phoenix. She directly manages a staff of nine employees who provide pre- and post-purchase counseling, foreclosure intervention counseling, financial coaching, and homebuyer education services to low-to-moderate income families throughout Maricopa County. Mrs. Lopez has dedicated 12 years to helping hardworking families and individuals achieve the dream of sustainable homeownership and financial stability. With certifications in housing counseling, foreclosure prevention, post-purchase education, and financial coaching, she works directly with her staff to support families participating in financial education programs to ensure they reach their educational, financial, and asset-building goals. Mrs. Lopez also assists in the development of financial education curricula and facilitates courses, with a mission to provide affordable housing opportunities and programs to low- to-moderate-income families.

 

Alex Nerguizian

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Homebuyer Education Programs

Alexis (Alex) Nerguizian has more than 15 years of experience in the field of personal finance from both the private and the nonprofit sectors. He spent seven years with Bank of America, where he specialized in wealth management and lending. As a consultant, he has worked the last eight years assisting various nonprofit organizations, both in the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country, by developing and delivering financial capability workshops and providing technical assistance to nonprofit staff in the areas of financial coaching, outcome evaluation, and workshop design and delivery. Since 2002, Mr. Nerguizian has also founded and coordinated multiple Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites that help low and moderate-income households with free tax preparation services. Being born and raised in Argentina, he can also provide all his services in Spanish. Mr. Nerguizian graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelor of Science degree in managerial economics in 2004. Though certified as an accredited financial counselor by the AFCPE since 2014, he is currently pursuing his certification as an enrolled agent through the IRS.

 

Stacy Stuber

NHNLA Instructor for:

In-Person Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, Foreclosure Prevention, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Course, Implementing and Growing Your Homebuyer Education Program, Pre-Purchase I: Fundamentals of Pre-Purchase Homebuyer Counseling, Pre-Purchase II: Advanced Housing Counseling 

eLearning Courses: Financial Capabilities I: Financial Counseling, Financial Capabilities II: Introduction to Financial Coaching and Client Advocacy, Foreclosure I, Foreclosure II, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Financial Management, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Property Maintenance, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Responsibilities of Homeownership and Tenancy, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Fair Housing, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Housing Affordability, HUD Housing Counseling Certification Prep Series: Avoidance of Foreclosure and Eviction

Webinars: Hamp, Homebuyer Education Programs, Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM)

Stacy Stuber has been working in the nonprofit housing and credit counseling field since the 1990s. She developed one of the first reverse mortgage counseling programs in her state and supervised all facets of the program including marketing, client education, program compliance, training, and mentoring new reverse mortgage counselors, as well as providing direct counseling services. She has been a member of the HUD HECM Counseling Network since its inception, and was one of the original members of the AARP Foundation Reverse Mortgage Counseling Project in 2002. She also holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University. In 2003, Ms. Stuber received the Outstanding Individual Counselor PACE Award for the National Foundation for Credit Counseling. Her areas of expertise include HECM counseling, as well as pre-purchase and delinquency counseling. Ms. Stuber is an instructor for NeighborWorks America, NHNLA, and other training organizations, teaching reverse mortgage counseling classes as well as other housing counseling topics.