Peabody Properties’ COO Melissa Fish-Crane was awarded the National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) President’s Award at their winter meeting in March.
This award is given each year to an individual selected by NAHMA’s president, in recognition of a career of significant contribution to the affordable housing industry. Tim Zaleski, President, McCormack Baron Management, is this year’s NAHMA President.
Previous award winners include both individuals and organizations whose professionalism, dedication and accomplishments in assuring quality housing for low-income Americans raise the standards of the multifamily affordable housing industry.
Fish-Crane was recognized in part for dedicating more than 20 years to superior achievement in the management of client-owned multifamily residential and mixed-use real estate developments.
Fish-Crane also served on the NAHMA Educational Foundation Board of Directors for five years and was its Chair from 2014 to 2018. As Chair, she focused on growing the foundation to facilitate the conferring of more scholarships and increasing the ability to reach more residents.