Regional Manager, Community Development
Central Valley California
Darryl joined the Community Development department in September of 2008 as the Regional Manager for the San Joaquin Valley in Central California. He provides technical assistance and training on community development initiatives and programs. His primary initiatives include rural community development, affordable housing, neighborhood revitalization, asset building, small business development and access to financial services.
Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Darryl worked as an affordable housing advocate providing public policy research and analysis, on-site training, and technical assistance to both local governments and grassroots community-based organizations focused on issues related to affordable housing. Darryl earned a BA in Social and Behavioral Sciences from CSU Monterey Bay and a MS in Community Development from the University of California at Davis.