CoreLogic has awarded U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Deputy Secretary Pamela Hughes Patenaude its first EPIQ Impact Award, which honors individuals with outstanding accomplishments in the areas of housing, community economic development and public policy.
“When selecting the first recipient of the CoreLogic EPIQ Impact Award, Pamela was an obvious choice for her demonstrated ability to create meaningful action in support of our country’s housing challenges, including individuals who are most economically disadvantaged,” says Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “Pamela exemplifies the core values of innovation, constant learning and social responsibility that CoreLogic strives to advance in the housing industry.”
As deputy secretary of HUD, Patenaude works to address the most critical housing needs of Americans. Notably, she surveyed the devastation of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, and delivered a combined $20 billion in relief to distressed families in Puerto Rico.
Patenaude also served as the director of Housing Policy for the Bipartisan Policy Center, where she spearheaded the creation of a proposal for housing finance reform that has guided the national conversation. Additionally, she fought to expand access to affordable housing during her term as president of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families, a national nonprofit organization for education and research.
CoreLogic presented the inaugural award at the flagship housing conference EPIQ, hosted by CoreLogic, on July 31.
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