Catrice Williams, Program Officer, is a dedicated housing professional. With a commitment to fostering a collaborative environment, she works together with public partners, housing industry leaders, and community-based organizations to define new areas of work and promote system change. Catrice has gained a wealth of experience in strategic leadership in her previous roles which include Director of Wealth Development at Urban League Twin Cities and Financial Coaching and Homeownership Manager at Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (PPL). She is committed to fostering real change. Catrice actively champions racial equity, leads collaborative initiatives, and works on evolving projects that respond to the dynamic housing landscape. Her role at Family Housing Fund involves promoting wealth building, increasing homeownership access for BIPOC households, ensuring post-purchase support, and addressing systemic issues, such as the devaluation of homes in the region. Catrice holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Arkansas State University. As a member of the FHFund team, she embraces the mission of ensuring equitable housing opportunities and contributes positively to workplace culture. Her commitment to activating housing champions, staying abreast of emerging issues, and collaborating on regional efforts showcases her dedication to ensuring everyone in the community has an adequate place to call home.