Pascale Leone, Executive Director, Supportive Housing Network of New York
Pascale Leone is the Executive Director of the Supportive Housing Network of New York, a nonprofit membership organization that represents over 200 nonprofits that develop and operate supportive housing. The Network serves as a voice for the provider community, which has created the largest and most innovative supportive housing stock in the nation. Prior to joining the Network, Pascale was at the Corporation for Supportive Housing for 9 years, most recently serving as the VP of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB), Ms. Leone was responsible for crafting and advancing CSH’s strategic vision to advance a comprehensive Racial Equity Framework both internally and externally across the organization’s lines of business which in June 2022 was awarded by Crain's New York Business Diversity and Inclusion Showing the Way award. In 2015, Pascale drafted NYS’s first ever supportive housing needs assessment which was cited in former Mayors DeBlasio’s NYC1515 announcement to create 15,000 units of supportive housing over 15 years. Pascale received her Bachelors of Arts at the University at Albany, State University of New York majoring in Africana Studies and Political Science and her Masters in Public Policy at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy in New York State. Pascale serves as the Vice President of the Health & Housing Consortium and an Advisory Member of the Center for Health Care Strategies’ Better Care Playbook.