As chfareach Coordinator for the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, Belinda Waldron empowers community leaders, professionals, and trainers who work in the affordable housing industry in Colorado.
Belinda coordinates more than 150 educational events each year to support the training needs of developers, owners, property managers, human services professionals, and residents of affordable properties.
During the pandemic she has obtained her certificate in Virtual Event and Meeting Management through the Event Leadership Institute and is currently pursuing certification as a Hybrid and Virtual Event Director. In 2020 she achieved distinction as a Certified Associate in Project Management through the International Project Management Institute.
As a trained facilitator, Belinda prizes experiential education and participatory methods. During her career she has partnered with nonprofits, faith communities, and citizen groups in dialogue and action planning to forward their missions. Among her most cherished experiences are those as co-leader of Alternatives to Violence workshops in Department of Corrections’ facilities, where she enjoyed teaching and team-facilitating alongside incarcerated men and women.
Belinda earned her Master of Divinity degree from Harvard with concentrations in public policy, nonprofit administration, and pastoral care and counseling. She studied English, history, and lake-effect snow at the University of Rochester.