The Annapolis Housing Authority is a legal entity separate from the City of Annapolis. The seven member board is appointed by the Mayor for a term of five years.
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Ms. Chapman is a native Annapolitan. Graduating from Annapolis Senior High, attended AACC. A former resident of Bloomsbury Square, Robinwood and current resident of the Morris H. Blum Senior Apartments. She has served as president of the resident council in each community. She is currently the president of the Resident Advisory Board. Ms. Chapman’s work experience includes the resident initiative coordinator for the County Housing Authority. Her responsibilities included developing activities for residents and empowering and educating resident councils. She was also a community Advocate with the Community Action Agency and program director for People Helping People; profit that developed community based programs to meet the needs of the Robinwood community, which created Grandma's House, the first daycare center in HACA. Previous experience also includes running a domestic violence shelter in Virginia for 14 years.
The City of Annapolis Council approved the re- appointment of Deborah A. Johnson as a member of the HACA Board of Commissioners on July 25, 2011. Among her many accolades, she’s a past recipient of Martin Luther King, Jr Award, consultant to Friends of Black Annapolitans and founder of a women’s group entitled “Sisters in Touch.” She is a long time Annapolis resident presently resides in Obery Court, where she currently serves as president of the Resident Council Board. Ms. Johnson holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration. She has been a Board of Commissioners member for two (2) years.
Jacquelyn V. Wells; a life-long resident of Annapolis, was appointed to the Board in June 2013. She currently resides in the Bloomsbury Square Community; where she serves as the Resident Council President. Ms. Wells also serves as the HACA Resident Advisory Board's Vice Present. A strong desire to assist and guide others on their pathways to more fulfilling lives has driven her enthusiastic approach to community involvement and service others. She has been the recipient of numerous awards for service; such as the Martha Woods Award and a graduate of the Leadership Anne Arundel Academy. Currently matriculating at Sojourner Douglas College; Ms. Wells is in pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Social Work. She is the proud mother of two adult children and two grandchildren.
John Dillon is the President of Dillon Wealth Management LLC, a financial advisory firm located in Annapolis and Bethesda, Maryland. John has been helping families and businesses invest their money, protect their wealth and plan their financial future since 1991.
John has a long history of civic and community involvement. John founded Chrysalis (Los Angeles, CA) an organization that purchased and renovated affordable housing and provides job training. John serves on the Board of Directors of CPDC, an organization dedicated to providing safe, high-quality affordable housing to low and moderate income individuals and families in the Washington, DC metro area. John also serves the Board of the Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center and he is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Anne Arundel.