Clinton was previously a senior housing policy advisor for the Department of the Treasury, where he contributed to the Housing Reform Plan
released last September. While at the Treasury, he also served as an advisor to the FISCAL Bureau of the Office of Domestic Finance and later was a senior advisor to the Small Business Administration Office of Capital Access. Earlier in his career, he spent 25 years at Freddie Mac, where he held different executive positions including senior vice president.
“Steve is an expert in financial markets, housing policy and housing finance,” said DCHFA Interim Executive Director Christopher E. Donald. “His extensive experience in the public and private sector, including capital markets will provide innovative approaches to the Agency’s financial operations.”