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Molly Simpson

Fannie Mae
Manager, Fannie Mae Multifamily Green and Healthy Housing Financing Business
Molly Simpson is a Manager for the Fannie Mae Multifamily Green and Healthy Housing Financing
Business for Fannie Mae. In this capacity, she focuses on developing and implementing financing
products that increase the sustainability of the country's multifamily housing stock.

Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Simpson was the senior manager of District of Columbia’s Department of
Energy &Environment’s Solar for All program where she led the strategic planning and implementation
of an ambitious plan to serve 100,000 households with solar electricity and reduce energy burdens by
50% by 2032. During her tenure at the Department of Energy & Environment, Simpson also served as
the housing affordability and green program analyst in the Urban Sustainability Administration. In this
interagency role, Simpson worked across agencies expanding capacity for green building programs and
catalyzing sustainability policies in the residential sector, with an emphasis on housing affordability.

Previous to joining DOEE, Simpson was the manager of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing where she
was responsible for developing and implementing educational and research programs related to housing
policy and practice. Simpson has also worked in sustainability policy and practice at the U.S. Department
of Housing and Urban Development and as a consultant to federal clients including the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Simpson holds a master’s degree in sustainable urban planning from the George Washington University
and holds a bachelor’s in environmental studies with concentrations in political studies and economics
from Bard College.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, October 8
 

3:30pm PDT