Bryan Greene is the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs in HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R). In this role, he is working to reduce regulatory barriers to affordable housing, reforming the housing-choice voucher program to make it work better for residents and landlords, and helping housing-choice-voucher residents access communities with more economic opportunity.
Before joining PD&R, Bryan was the General Deputy Assistant Secretary of HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO), where he oversaw the policy direction and operational management of the 500-person office enforcing the nation’s housing anti-discrimination laws. Under his leadership, HUD pursued large-scale, high-profile cases that addressed systemic discrimination and provided widespread relief. He also managed HUD’s Fair Housing Assistance Program (FHAP) and HUD’s Fair Housing Initiatives Program (FHIP), which together provide $70 million to state and local government agencies and nonprofit organizations fighting discrimination in local communities.
Bryan was the 2007 recipient of the Presidential Rank Award, the highest federal honor bestowed upon federal senior executives for outstanding service.
During his tenure at HUD, Bryan has also served as FHEO’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Enforcement and Programs, as its Director of Fair Housing Policy and Legislative Initiatives, and as a Special Assistant to senior officials.
Bryan earned his degree in Government from Harvard University.