Our mission is to educate and engage communities and municipalities to advance diverse housing options.
WHAT WE DO
We educate municipal staff, elected officials, local leaders, members of the business community, and the general public through presentations, conferences, webinars, charrettes and more.
We equip policy makers, planners, and citizens with the tools they need to craft and revise local ordinances and regulations to remove barriers and encourage diverse housing options.
Advocacy & Engagement
We work with community and business groups to empower advocates, bring new voices to the housing discussion, and promote beneficial legislation at the state level.
We seek to change the conversation about housing in order to create a future where there is widespread appreciation of the importance of affordable housing.
WHY WE DO IT
We envision an ample supply of affordable, desirable housing throughout the seacoast region of New Hampshire, providing opportunities for members of the workforce, including our teachers, firefighters, police officers, small business owners, artists, chefs, caregivers, bankers, and all families and individuals, to put down roots and create a more diverse and equitable community that benefits us all.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Realtor, Nonprofit Consultant
Term expires 12/2024
Vice President, Office Manager
Term expires 06/2024
Term expires 12/2025
SRPC Representative to the Board
Senior Regional Planner
REDC Representative to the Board
Term expires 12/2024
AVP, Community Relations Coordinator
Term expires 08/2025
Director of Planning and Community Development
Term expires 03/2023
RPC Representative to the Board
Long-Range Planning Director
Term expires 09/2025
Nick Taylor has served as the Executive Director of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast since January 2022. Nick has an extensive advocacy, policy, and campaign background. He previously served as the Policy Director in the New Hampshire State Senate, worked on state and federal advocacy campaigns, and ran state legislative and statewide political campaigns.
With a deep understanding of the relationship between housing and the economy, Nick appreciates the complexity of solving our housing crisis. Nick recognizes the value of leveraging a good story, building strong relationships, and growing grassroots movements from the ground up.
Nick has a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College in New York, where he studied public policy, history, and legal studies. Nick lives in Manchester and, in his free time, you can find him exploring the state’s great craft breweries and local restaurants.