Holly Moskerintz is the Community Programs Outreach Manager for the National Association of REALTORS®. She is involved in NAR’s Housing Opportunity and Smart Growth Programs planning and managing programs; conducting outreach and marketing; and providing technical assistance to state and local Realtor® associations. Holly also develops partnerships and initiatives with national and regional organizations and presents at their conferences. Holly manages NAR’s Placemaking Program, Walkable Communities Initiative, Workforce Housing Forums and Employer-Assisted Housing (EAH) Initiative. In building NAR’s Placemaking Program, Holly created a placemaking guide; manages a grant; and writes a blog (Spaces to Places).
Previously, Holly worked in the legislative, communications & technology fields including working at the National Association of Counties. She is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a major in Community Development and Planning and completed NAR’s Green Designation. Holly is now pursuing NeighborWorks’ Community Economic Development and Community and Neighborhood Revitalization certifications and IEDC’s Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) certification. Holly is a member of the Placemaking Leadership Council, International Economic Development Council (Sustainability Committee) and Women in Government Relations. While from a small town in Pennsylvania, Holly now lives in DC and has travelled, and seen, the challenges and community revitalization projects in cities and towns across the U.S. from the Three Rivers Park in Pittsburgh to a parklet in Montpellier, VT to a Little Free Library at a trailhead in Big Fork, MT. In her spare time, Holly loves to travel and volunteers with Lucky Dog Animal Rescue.