Sherrin is Vice President of Asset Management. She joined NNEHIF as Director of Asset Management Operations in 2017, and more recently as Director of Asset Management in 2018. Sherrin has worked in the multi-family industry for twenty-three years, most recently as the Director of Property Management at Avesta Housing. While there, Sherrin established the first bed bug law in the nation, developed and implemented a department-wide operation manual and procured Maine’s first portfolio-wide preventative pest management contract. Prior to joining NNEHIF, Sherrin was the Branch Executive Director of the Greater Portland YMCA, focusing on health and well-being services for those in need. At the YMCA, Sherrin established the GROW Program, a housing continuum model for difficult-to-house individuals.
At NNEHIF, Sherrin oversees all asset management in keeping with best practices in the low-income housing finance industry. Responsibilities include portfolio performance, regulatory compliance, analysis and reporting, staff development and supervision, and interface with industry partners and trade organizations.
Sherrin earned her bachelor’s degree from Merrimack College and instructs the Property Management Certificate Program at Southern Maine Community College. She is the President of Maine Real Estate Manager’s Association, the largest state-wide association of affordable housing property management providers, focusing on training, education, and advocacy for affordable housing in Maine.