Board of Commissioners

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The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) is governed by a seven member Board of Commissioners appointed by the mayor of the city of Milwaukee and ratified by the Milwaukee Common Council for five-year terms. Two commissioners are designated to be HACM residents.

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MarkAWagnerMark A. Wagner, Chairman
Mr. Wagner was first appointed Commissioner in 1999, and he was elected by his peers as Chairman in 2014.  He is owner of Liberty Realty Company, LLC, which specializes in residential house and condominium sales for both existing properties and new construction. Mr. Wagner has 45 years’ experience in real estate, having worked for and managed offices for Merrill Lynch, Prudential, Better Homes and Gardens, Ogden and Company, and Craftmaster Contractors. He has served as president of the Milwaukee Metro Association of Realtors (now Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors (GMAR)), and on the boards of the Wisconsin Realtors Association (WRA) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Mr. Wagner is also a former director and treasurer of the Layton Boulevard West Neighbors Board of Directors.
 
Ricardo DiazRicardo Diaz, Vice Chairman
Mr. Diaz was appointed Commissioner in 2014 and subsequently elected by his fellow commissioners as Vice Chairman. He is Executive Director of the United Community Center, the nation’s 17th largest Hispanic non-profit.  He previously served as Milwaukee Commissioner of City Development and as Secretary-Executive Director of HACM. Mr. Diaz is a member of the Alverno College Board of Trustees and the Green Bay Packers Board of Directors.
 
SherriDanielsSherri Reed Daniels, Commissioner

Ms. Daniels was appointed Resident Commissioner in December of 2008. She is Program Coordinator for Pathfinders, a youth-serving organization in Milwaukee. She serves as President of the HACM City-Wide Resident Advisory Board and the Hillside Terrace Resident Organization, and as a member of the Black Health Coalition African-American HIV/AIDS Task Force and the Medical College of Wisconsin Multi-Dimensional Education Program Committee.

 
Brooke VandeBerg, Commissioner
Ms. VandeBerg was appointed commissioner in 2018. She is a Vice President at Associate Bank and manages checking product offerings for consumer accounts. She also participates in a local financial equity group that studies ways to expand financial services to those who are unbanked. Ms. VandeBerg previously spent ten years with the City of Milwaukee, working in the Mayor’s office and for the Milwaukee Public Library. She also lends her expertise to several local organizations and committees.
 

Gloria Lott, Commissioner
Ms. Lott was appointed commissioner in January of 2019. Prior to retirement, she served as a personal banker at TCF Bank for over ten years. She also served as a House Mom at Joy House with the Milwaukee Rescue Mission, assisting homeless women and children, often victims of domestic violence, rebuild their lives and get back on their feet. For the last five years, Ms. Lott has served as the elected Treasurer for the Lapham Park Resident Organization. In this role, she has helped organize a number of social events for residents.

 
Dr. Susan Lloyd, Commissioner
Dr. Lloyd was appointed commissioner in September of 2019. She has spent her entire career working in housing and neighborhood development. She is currently the President of Lloyd Consulting, Inc., which helps philanthropic and nonprofit organizations design grantmaking and other programs, document results, assess implementation, and measure impact. Dr. Lloyd previously served as the Executive Director of the Zilber Family Foundation where she led the $50 million Zilber Neighborhood Initiative. Before coming to Milwaukee in 2008, Dr. Zilber worked at the MacArthur Foundation and Heartland Alliance as well as other social service organizations that focused on delivering services to people who were at risk of homelessness or who were living in poverty. Dr. Lloyd holds a PhD in Human Development and Social Policy from Northwestern University.