Deborah Newburg joined Dunn Development Corp. in January 2014. In her previous position at St. Nicks Alliance, a not-for-profit community development corporation, Deborah managed the development process for affordable housing projects in Brooklyn with development budgets totaling over $40 million. Deborah holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Deborah was selected to serve as a student attorney for the Harrison Institute for Public Law's clinical program in Housing and Community Development. In addition to her concentration in affordable housing, she gained particular expertise in Historic Preservation Law working with Professor J. Peter Byrne, assisting in the research and drafting of the first legal casebook on the subject. Prior to law school, Deborah was a consultant on real estate development and land use strategy with The Concord Group. Deborah is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and certified to the New York State Bar (admission pending). Deborah also serves on the Junior Board of United Neighborhood Houses, an organization that promotes the strengthening of neighborhoods through advocacy and support services for New York City's settlement houses.
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