The Board

The Annapolis Housing Authority is a legal entity separate from the City of Annapolis. The seven member board is appointed by the Mayor for a term of five years.

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Board Members

Ms. Chapman is a native Annapolitan.  Graduating from Annapolis Senior High, attended AACC. A former resident of Bloomsbury Square, Robinwood and current resident of the Morris H. Blum Senior Apartments.  She has served as president of the resident council in each community.  She is currently the president of the Resident Advisory Board. Ms. Chapman’s work experience includes the resident initiative coordinator for the County Housing Authority. Her responsibilities included developing activities for residents and empowering and educating resident councils.  She was also a community Advocate with the Community Action Agency and program director for People Helping People; profit that developed community based programs to meet the needs of the Robinwood community, which created Grandma's House, the first daycare center in HACA.  Previous experience also includes running a domestic violence shelter in Virginia for 14 years.


Jacquelyn V. Wells; a life-long resident of Annapolis, was appointed to the Board in June 2013.  She currently resides in the Bloomsbury Square Community; where she serves as the Resident Council President.  Ms. Wells also serves as the HACA Resident Advisory Board's Vice Present.  A strong desire to assist and guide others on their pathways to more fulfilling lives has driven her enthusiastic approach to community involvement and service others.  She has been the recipient of numerous awards for service; such as the Martha Woods Award and a graduate of the Leadership Anne Arundel Academy.  Currently matriculating at Sojourner Douglas College; Ms. Wells is in pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Social Work.  She is the proud mother of two adult children and two grandchildren.



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Kimberlee Cornett is Director of the Social Investment Practice at the Kresge Foundation, a national foundation based in Troy, Michigan. At the Foundation, she is responsible for Kresge’s $350 million fund for impact investing that makes program related and market rate investments. Kimberlee’s work encompasses all aspects of social investing, including development of investment strategies, underwriting, risk and portfolio management. She has been the architect of numerous innovative financing vehicles that use debt, equity and guarantees to create sustainable, social change.

Before joining Kresge in 2010, Kimberlee spent more than a decade in both nonprofit and private-sector organizations working to improve housing and economic conditions in low-income communities. Kimberlee was Vice President of National Equity Initiatives at Enterprise Community Investment where held leadership roles in investment management and with business development efforts for the company’s debt and equity products. Earlier in her career, Kimberlee was the founding executive director of a Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Virginia and worked at a shelter for homeless women and children in Washington, D.C. She was appointed a White House Fellow by President Clinton.

Kimberlee is a Director on the Boards of Habitat for Humanity International, The Conservation Fund and PetSmart Charities. She serves as a Commissioner for the City of Annapolis Housing Authority. Kimberlee is a graduate of Hood College.

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Michael G. Miller is founder and CEO of OGOS Energy LLC, a Maryland-based small business that focuses on development of renewable energy projects utilizing solar or wind technologies. Ogos Energy is an approved “Subscriber Organization” under the Maryland Community Solar Pilot Program. Prior to starting his company, Michael worked in the public utility industry for 12 years, holding various financial management and strategic planning positions for WGL Holdings, Inc., in Washington, DC. He is a former Project Finance and Real Estate executive with PepsiCo. After earning his undergraduate degree in History from Yale University and an MBA in Finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Michael gained decades of finance, general management and investment experience at corporations such as IBM, not-for-profit organizations such as AFRICARE, and as an entrepreneur. A resident of the Annapolis Neck area since 2006, Michael is committed to community service, social justice and political activism. As a result, he has engaged in many volunteer endeavors, including service on the Board of the Light House Shelter, the Maryland Commission on African-American History and Culture, the Maryland Commerce Commission, and support for citizen engagement in electoral politics. Term expires: April 2023

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Office Address

Housing Authority of The City of Annapolis
1217 Madison Street
Annapolis, MD 21403

Contact Us

Main (410) 267-8000
Fax  (410) 267-8290
Maintenance (410) 263-0778

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

After Hours Maintenance Emergencies:
(410) 553-2071