Director, Fair Housing & Community Development Project
Diane Glauber, Co-Director of the Fair Housing & Community Development Project, has over thirty years of experience in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. She provides legal assistance to nonprofit organizations and jurisdictions on fair housing advocacy, affordable housing development, regional planning, community preservation, and nonprofit capacity building.
As director of Human Services for the City of Baltimore, she oversaw programs designed to provide housing and services to Baltimore’s most vulnerable populations.
As syndication counsel at Enterprise Community Investment, Diane led national initiatives to create and preserve affordable housing and performed housing-related legal transactions.
Memberships, Affiliations & Other Distinctions
Diane is an adjunct clinical professor in community development at the University of Baltimore School of Law. She graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law, and also holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from New York University.
“Innovative Post-Disaster Community-Based Housing Strategies.” In Building Community Resilience Post-Disaster, edited by Dorcas Gilmore and Diane Standaert, ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, 2013.
Diane Glauber and Philip Tegeler, “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in REO-to-Rental Programs.” FHLB of San Francisco Community Development Investment Review (February 2014).