Elizabeth Palma-Diaz began working for CHAPA in 2009. For nearly ten years, she contributed to CHAPA’s Chapter 40B monitoring efforts, particularly managing the resale of affordable homes to first-time homebuyer households. In 2019, she started managing the Massachusetts Homeownership Collaborative and CHAPA's New England HUD Housing Counseling network. She was previously the Homeownership Program Director for the Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation, where she implemented a home buying education program and counseled over 200 potential homebuyers annually. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Senior Program Manager