KIMBERLY SPENCE is a training and technical assistance provider with 10 years of experience administering local planning, housing, and community development programs and providing consulting services with a focus on data collection and analysis for preparation of Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans, and Analyses of Impediments to Fair Housing. Prior to joining the Florida Housing Coalition, Spence worked for one local government in Florida and two private consulting firms. Spence specializes in collecting and interpreting social, economic, and physical data; preparing Consolidated Plans, Annual Action Plans, and Analyses of Impediments; development of policies and procedures, setting up tracking and reporting program progress in IDIS, and grant monitoring. She is also experienced in developing policies and procedures, monitoring recipients of federal funding to ensure program compliance, and providing technical assistance to local governments.
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.