Florida Housing Coalition
Kimberly Spence is a training and technical assistance provider for the Florida Housing Coalition, where she specializes in providing consulting services to local governments by assisting in the preparation of HUD planning documents including Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans, and Analyses of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. Spence also provides training and technical assistance under the HUD Community Planning and Development grant programs (CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA) and the SHIP program to ensure that local governments comply with the federal and state regulations. Spence specializes in collecting and interpreting social and economic data, developing policies and procedures, setting up tracking and reporting program progress in IDIS, and administering all aspects of housing and community development programs. Spence is a certified Economic Development Finance Professional, a certified Community Real Estate Developer, and holds a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Florida Atlantic University.