Chaffee County Housing

Have Local Needs Been Met?

The League of Women Voters of Chaffee County Invites the public to meet Becky Gray, Chaffee County Director of Housing

Monday, March 11, 2019

Sangre de Cristo Community Room
29780 US Hwy 24 N, Buena Vista

Social & Business Meeting:          11:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Program Speaker:                           12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Coffee & Tea provided

The League of Women Voters of Chaffee County will host a second meeting addressing housing concerns in Chaffee County on March 11 in BV’s Sangre De Cristo Community Room from 12:00 -1:00 p.m. Becky Gray, Chaffee County Director of Housing, will update community members on housing progress and issues facing the county. The public is welcome to attend. A social and business meeting precedes the program from 11:00-11:45.  Coffee and tea will be provided.  The first LWVCC meeting on Housing Issues and Policies was held May 14, 2018 and can be viewed at the LWVCC website. https://lwvchaffeecounty.org/affordable-housing-projects-and-policies/

Becky Gray, a Colorado native, graduated from Niwot High School in 1991. After spending time traveling the western U.S., she obtained a Bachelors degree from Rogers State University in Oklahoma and a Masters degree in Technical and Professional Writing, from Pittsburg State University, in Kansas. 

Ms. Gray began her career in affordable housing as a Research Assistant evaluating the effectiveness of grant-funded, mental health interventions with the homeless population in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After completing her formal education, she served as the Director of Research, Planning, and Grant Development for a non-profit in rural Kansas, providing shelter to families experiencing homelessness, access to and creation of affordable housing, public transportation, and early childhood education. Most recently, Ms. Gray served the City of Pittsburg, Kansas as Director of Housing and Community Development, which included operating a land bank, operating a housing authority, creating a rural housing incentive district, bringing tax credits to community redevelopment projects, and managing several loan programs for low-income residents.