The Affordable Housing Alliance Completes Its Leadership Transition.

NEPTUNE, NEW JERSEY — The Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) is pleased to announce the completion of its leadership transition period which saw Randi Moore move from her interim position as Chief Operating Office into her new role as Chief Executive Officer of the AHA.

Before joining the Affordable Housing Alliance this past November, Ms. Moore spent almost a decade at the Hudson County Division of Housing and Community Development. Before that, Moore gained experience coordinating statewide initiatives to end homelessness at Monarch Housing, and as a Director of Real Estate Development at the New Jersey Community Development Corporation in Paterson, NJ.

In addressing her new role with the organization, Moore was encouraged by how welcoming the AHA team has been during this transition and is excited for the opportunity to carry on its mission. “The Affordable Housing Alliance has been an incredible resource for the residents of this state for decades. I am honored to be here, and lead the dedicated and talented staff as we build on Donna’s legacy for years to come.”

Moore succeeded Donna M. Blaze, who founded the Monmouth Housing Alliance in 1991 to address the lack of affordable housing available to low-income residents in Monmouth County. The organization was rebranded as the Affordable Housing Alliance in 2010 upon its expansion of services beyond Monmouth County and now provides services throughout New Jersey.


 About The Affordable Housing Alliance


Started in 1991 to address the overwhelming need for quality, affordable housing in Monmouth County, the Affordable Housing Alliance (AHA) has grown from an initial grant of $25,000 to a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization with over $20M in operations annually. With a staff of over 80 dedicated employees, augmented by volunteers and non-profit community partners, all of us at the AHA are ready to support you in your time of need.

Our work has been recognized at local, state, and national levels, including earning NeighborWorks America’s highest rating as an Exemplary Member. We pride ourselves on our ability to develop and preserve affordable homes, provide services to maintain housing affordability, and help communities meet their housing obligations.

The AHA strives to move lives forward with strength, optimism, and housing resources. It is our goal to have everyone we help walk away better than when they came to us.

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