Brinkley, who begins mid-July, returns to Atlanta after serving as Vice President of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. He previously worked for both the Georgia Housing Finance Authority and the Urban Residential Development Corporation in Atlanta. Westside Future Fund leaders tout his experience in developing affordable housing as key to its mission.
“The WFF is dedicated to help revitalize the Westside with jobs, housing and education for thousands of area residents, and Quince is the executive director we need to lead us,” Richard J. Dugas, Jr., chairman of the WFF and CEO of PulteGroup, Inc. said in a statement. “His skill set and values are perfect for our endeavor. He is a proven leader in community development, community outreach, housing finance and the use of public/private partnerships.”