Callahan Seltzer, Deputy Director of LISC Housing, is a trained urban planner and affordable housing professional who focuses on equitable planning and development practices that restore the economic, environmental, and social health of communities. Upon joining LISC in 2007, Callahan’s work focused on technical assistance and capacity building for housing partners, including structuring and underwriting affordable housing preservation transactions across the country. In 2014, she formed an independent consulting practice with a “triple bottom line” focus on community development and real estate project opportunities for nonprofit and mission-oriented clients. She rejoined LISC in 2018 to focus on strategies for single-family and multifamily production in low-income communities. Callahan holds a Callahan holds a BA in Politics and Government, a Masters in American Studies from Georgetown University, and a Masters Degree from MIT’s School of Architecture.