NMHC Selects Bernard Fulton, Latoya Lovick as Vice Presidents

by Channing Hamilton

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) has selected Bernard Fulton as vice president for housing policy and regulation, Latoya Lovick as vice president of membership and Ryan Hecker as a Research Assistant.

Fulton comes to NMHC from the Housing Policy Council, where he served as Vice President for Government Relations. Prior to joining the Housing Policy Council, he served as legislative director for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, legislative representative for the City of New York and head of Congressional relations for HUD Secretaries Shaun Donovan and Julián Castro.

As vice president of membership, Lovick will be responsible for membership engagement, retention and directing a comprehensive membership plan for NMHC. She has approximately 10 years of experience in overseeing corporate governance policies and practices, as well as membership engagement at a national and local level for non-profit organizations.

Ryan Hecker will support NMHC’s research in housing and apartment industry trends. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the University of Rochester. 

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