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Ann Goggins Gregory

Ann Goggins Gregory is the senior vice president of Resident Services at MidPen Housing, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the San Francisco Bay Area. In her role, Ann oversees a diverse portfolio of programs available to MidPen’s 20,000 residents across an 11-county region.

Prior to joining MidPen Housing, Ann Goggins Gregory served as a senior advisor to Habitat for Humanity International as it strengthened and renewed its support model to 1300+ affiliates across the U.S. In that capacity, she oversaw the review of the current state of offerings, worked to identify high-potential new offerings and collaborated with leadership as it began to implement a new approach. She has been with the Habitat network since 2014 when she joined Habitat Greater San Francisco as its first chief operating officer. In that role she oversaw programs (homeownership and neighborhood revitalization), volunteerism, impact measurement, the social enterprise called ReStore and operations. She spearheaded the organization’s strategic planning process, working with board and staff to define a bold new direction in one of the most challenging housing markets in the U.S.

Previously, Ann was a senior director at the Bridgespan Group. In that role she led the organization’s work on measurement and learning and spearheaded research efforts on various nonprofit management topics. She co-authored “The Nonprofit Starvation Cycle” which appeared in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Her articles on the importance of investment in “good overhead”– such as leadership development, knowledge sharing, and systems and infrastructure—have also appeared in the Harvard Business Reviewand the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Ann holds an undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina, an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University and an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband, Will, and children, Harriet and Clark.

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