Adrianne Todman, current Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, will serve as Acting Secretary beginning at the end of March.

Todman continually engaged with the manufactured housing industry during her time as Deputy Secretary, and begins her term as Acting Secretary with significant experience with the industry.

Todman was a keynote speaker at MHI’s Congress and Expo in 2022 and an enthusiastic supporter of MHI’s participation in HUD’s Innovative Housing Showcase.

Pictured left to right: MHI CEO Lesli Gooch, Deputy Secretary of HUD Adrianne Todman, and MHI President Mark Bowersox.


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