ASHA Names Delgado VP of Government Affairs, Replacing Retiring Bernstecker

by Jeff Shaw

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) has named Jeanne McGlynn Delgado as its vice president of government affairs. In her new position, McGlynn Delgado will lead ASHA’s public policy efforts on Capitol Hill, working closely with Randy Hardock, ASHA’s longtime chief legislative counsel. 

Most recently, McGlynn Delgado served as vice president for business & risk management policy and government affairs at the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC). In that position, she spent 11 years working with leading multifamily housing developers, managers, and owners on a host of policy issues including insurance, housing finance, fair housing and tax.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Jeanne McGlynn Delgado become part of the ASHA team at a crucial time in the growth and importance of the seniors housing business,” says David Schless, president of ASHA. “Her extensive Capitol Hill experience with NMHC and previous work at the National Association of Realtors will be a great asset to the organization.”

McGlynn Delgado will join ASHA on June 1 and will transition into her new position with the help of current VP of government affairs Rachelle Bernstecker who, after nine years with the association, plans to retire this summer.

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