Vice-President for Energy and Sustainability, New York City Housing Authority
Bomee Jung provides management and strategic planning leadership in Enterprise’s New York market, where Enterprise has created or preserved more than 44,000 afordable homes for 114,000 residents and committed nearly $2.5 billion in equity, grants and loans to community development projects since 1987. Deputy Director since 2012, Bomee leads the development of new initiatives and oversees programs in sustainability, Sandy response and resiliency, housing for extremely low-income individuals and families, and state and local policy. From 2008 to 2012, Bomee led Enterprise’s Green Communities Initiative in New York. She facilitated New York City’s adoption of the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria and led a successful $20 million Weatherization Assistance Program that provided energy efciency upgrades to more than 2,200 apartments in 18 months using federal stimulus funding. Before joining Enterprise in 2008, Bomee founded and directed GreenHomeNYC, a volunteer-driven nonproft that is now in its 11th year of promoting sustainability through green building education and peer-learning. Prior to GreenHomeNYC, she programmed web-enabled applications for media companies and start-ups, including The Sundance Channel and blink.com, a bookmarking service. Bomee holds a Master in City Planning degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and bachelor’s degree in comparative literature and Japanese from the University of Georgia. She serves on the board of Asian Americans for Equality.