North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Executive Director Mike Anderson is set to retire on May 31, 2013.

NDHFA executive director, Mike Anderson, set to retire May 31, 2013.

As NDHFA’s executive director, Anderson was charged with overseeing the agency’s activities. He was a tireless advocate for affordable housing to meet the state’s critical needs. He was instrumental in developing and implementing strategic plans and providing program direction for the agency.

Anderson was appointed executive director on November 20, 2005, by the Industrial Commission of North Dakota, made-up at the time by Governor John Hoeven as chair, Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.

Prior to his appointment, Anderson served as NDHFA’s homeownership division director for 23 years. During that tenure, he developed and administered the agency’s affordable homeownership programs for first-time buyers and other low- and moderate-income households. Anderson’s previous employment was in financial institution management.

Anderson will be honored by the Industrial Commission, the Housing Finance Agency’s Advisory Board and staff, colleagues, family and friends with an open house at the Bismarck office, 2624 Vermont Avenue, on Thursday, May 30, from 2 to 5 p.m. The event is open to the public.

2 thoughts on “North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Executive Director Mike Anderson is set to retire on May 31, 2013.

  1. Naomi J Braun

    Congratulations Mike! Retirement is catchy! I will be in Bismarck on Friday for the “other” Mike’s retirement party. Maybe I’ll see you there. Naomi in Wahpeton

  2. Senator Karen K. Krebsbach

    Congratulations on a well deserved retirement.
    Your assistance has greatly contributed to addressing the housing shortage that has prevailed in North Dakota the past few years. Thanks for your years of service.


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