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Richard Mallory Named HUD Pacific Hawaii Regional Director
SAN FRANCISCO - The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced that Richard E. Mallory, from Orangevale, CA, has been named as Regional Director for the four states in HUD's Pacific Hawaii, based in San Francisco, CA.
In this position Mallory is HUD's liaison to mayors, city managers, elected representatives, state and local officials, Congressional delegations, stakeholders and customers in California, Nevada, Arizona, Hawaii, and the Trust Territory of Guam. He will oversee the delivery of HUD programs and services to communities, and evaluate their efficiency and effectiveness. Pacific Hawaii is one of ten regions in the U.S.
Mallory currently is Principal Consultant for Citygate Associates LLC, a Sacramento area management consulting firm specializing in public sector performance assessment, strategic planning and organization improvement. He also currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for a Better California, an organization which develops public information materials and strategies regarding the need to renew, revitalize and redevelop urban areas through public-private partnerships. Mallory previously served as the Director of the California Department of Housing and Community Development from 1997-1998, as the California-Nevada State Director for the USDA Farmers Home Administration from 1986-1993. He was the Central California District Director for U.S. Senator Pete Wilson from 1983-86.
Mallory recently completed a book, "Creating Excellent Organizations," and
is a recognized writer and speaker. Mallory is expert on implementation of the
Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award Standards, and has served as a Senior
Examiner and Examiner for the California Quality Awards for the past five years.
During his term as Director of the California Department of Housing, he served
as a Board Member of the California Debt Limit Advisory Committee, the California
Tax Credit Allocation Committee and the California Housing Finance Agency.
Content Archived: April 9, 2010