b'HONORING DAVID BOWERS David Bowers is vice president and Mid-Atlantic market leader for Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. His work includes facilitating affordable housing and community development transactions and policy implementation in the Baltimore and Washington, DC metropolitan areas. His office provides access to financing, capacity building, and technical assistance. Since David joined Enterprise in 2004, the organization has invested more than $1 billion to support affordable housing, preserving or producing more than 12,000 homes. During Davids tenure, the office has been a co-initiator and co-convener of the Housing Leaders Group of Greater Washington, a leader of the Purple Line Corridor Coalition, initiated several efforts including its Faith-Based Development Initiative, a transit-oriented preservation/resident displacement prevention initiative (GreenPATH) and the DC Green Communities Initiative. David also serves as Senior Advisor for Enterprises Faith-Based Development Initiative (FBDI).In this role, he is working to expand FDBIs impact across the country, helping houses of worship develop affordable housing and community facilities on underutilized land.In 2004, David completed his service as a program manager for a single-family housing program at the AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust. Prior to joining the trust, David was a financial and programs advisor at the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund. Before that, he worked in the office of U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski. David served as the senators senior legislative assistant, responsible for providing policy recommendations.David earned his bachelors degree from the University of Virginia and his Master of Divinity degree from Howard University. He is an ordained minister and the founder of the all-volunteer NO MURDERS DC movement. David is a founding member of the Greater Washington chapter of 100 Black Men and a member of Leadership Greater Washington (09).David has served as President of the Baltimore City Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission and as Chairman of theDC Housing Production Trust Advisory Board.David formerly served on the boards of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, National Low-Income Housing Coalition, Thrive DC, City First Enterprises, City First Homes, Jubilee Housing and the Northern Virginia Affordable Housing Alliance.He is a former member of the DCs Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals and DCs Juvenile Justice Advisory Group.'