Pamela Hughes Patenaude
Pamela Hughes Patenaude, American educational institute administrator, former federal agency administrator.
Patenaude, Pamela Hughes was born on January 20, 1961 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Bob and Estella Hughes.
Bachelor of Science, St. Anselm College, 1983. Master of Science in Community Economic Development, Southern New Hampshire University, 1996.
Section 8 administrator New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, 1984—1985. Special assistant to deputy assistant secretary for multifamily housing, White House liaison & special assistant to secretary, executive assistant to deputy under secretary for field coordinator The White House, 1984—1988. Vice president Manor Homes Builders, Inc., Bedford, New Hampshire, 1988—1996.
Marketing & training director New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, Manchester, 1996—1997. State director & deputy chief of staff to Senator Bob Smith United States Senate, 1997—2001. Assistant deputy secretary field policy & management United States Department Housing & Urban Development, Washington, 2001—2005, assistant secretary for community planning & development, 2005—2007.
Executive director Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing The Urban Land Institute, since 2007.