Items Tagged with 'Pam Patenaude'

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  • From HW Magazine

    Weathering the storm

    How HUD advocates for underserved communities
    HUD’s objectives are sometimes distributed by factors ranging from politics, socio-economic disparities and even natural disasters. When American homeowners fall victim to any of these elements, HUD is not only there to offer a helping hand, but often serves as the tool that leads to recovery.
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  • Pamela Hughes Patenaude lands at disaster management firm IEM

    Will advise on housing and disaster recovery as senior community liaison
    Pamela Hughes Patenaude, former deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, has joined global homeland security and disaster management consulting firm IEM. Patenaude – who resigned from HUD in December after 35 years in the housing sector – will assume a new role as senior community liaison for the tech-forward consulting firm.
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  • EXCLUSIVE: Outgoing HUD Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude gives full support to Ginnie Mae’s Maren Kasper

    Patenaude says she has “complete confidence” in new Ginnie Mae president
    There may be a few questions about new Ginnie Mae Acting President Maren Kasper, but Kasper just received a full-throated endorsement from perhaps the most powerful woman in housing. “I have complete confidence in Maren’s ability to succeed,” outgoing HUD Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude told HousingWire on Thursday. Click the headline to read more of HousingWire's exclusive chat with Patenaude.
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  • HUD Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude shares experience working under current administration

    Reveals opinions on administration’s nominations
    At the NEXT Women’s Tech Conference in Dallas, HousingWire Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney began the day with the panel “A Conversation with HUD Deputy Secretary Pamela Hughes Patenaude." During the interview, Patenaude shared her insights on being a woman in the housing industry and gave her opinion on the administration’s housing nominations.
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  • Pam Patenaude headlines the NEXT Mortgage Tech Conference for Women

    Deputy HUD secretary has more than 30 years of expertise
    The NEXT Conference takes place June 21-22 in Dallas and features informative panels, technology demos and the chance for mortgage lending executives to network. But one of the most exciting things on the agenda is the headliner: Pam Patenaude, deputy secretary at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The deputy secretary position at HUD is similar to that of a COO, and Pam is leveraging 30 years of experience shaping and implementing housing policy as she manages the department’s $45 billion annual budget and approximately 8,000 employees.
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  • Pam Patenaude sworn in as HUD deputy secretary

    Welcome aboard to the second-in-command at HUD
    Vice President Mike Pence administered the oath of office to Pam Patenaude Tuesday night, officially locking her in as the new deputy secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Sitting under the leadership of HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Patenaude will take over the day-to-day operations at HUD.
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  • Housing industry welcomes Senate confirmation of Pam Patenaude as HUD deputy secretary

    Industry continues to support Patenaude
    As was the case throughout the nomination process, the housing industry was quick to praise the Senate confirmation of Pam Patenaude to serve as the next deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Patenaude was confirmed on Thursday in an 80-17 vote in the Senate, with all 17 no votes come from the Democratic side of the aisle. Patenaude’s confirmation received a warmer welcome within the housing industry.
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  • Senate confirms Pam Patenaude as HUD deputy secretary

    Nearly 20 Democrats voted no on Patenaude
    The Senate on Thursday voted to confirm Pam Patenaude to serve as the next deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Patenaude, who garnered seemingly universal support from the housing industry, did not receive universal support in the Senate, but was confirmed by a wide margin. While many Democrats voted for Patenaude, seventeen voted against her nomination.
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