Kate Hartley Hartley
SF Mayor's Office of Housing & Community Development
Kate Hartley’s 25 years of housing development work includes a wide range of experience. As an affordable housing developer, she built for-sale, rental, special needs, and senior homes. She spent four years as an affordable housing financial consultant, specializing in tax credit syndications, tax-exempt bond financings, and expiring federal mortgage recapitalizations. As a project manager with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, she closed multiple transactions involving layered and varied funding sources, while also supervising architectural design, community outreach, and interdepartmental project approvals. Ms. Hartley also worked for five years as a for-profit development project manager, assisting in warehouse conversions to residential use and new construction projects. She is currently MOHCD’s Acting Director, and oversees multifamily production, public housing transformation work, home ownership and below-market programs, and community development efforts. Ms. Hartley holds an M.A. degree from Berkeley Law in Jurisprudence and Social Policy, and a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Barbara.