Maura Collins (she/her) is the Executive Director of Vermont Housing Finance Agency. She has worked at VHFA since 2002 in many roles, including oversight of Homeownership lending, real estate development, asset management and compliance, information technology, human resources, research, communications and political affairs.

With the depth and breadth of her experience, Collins is a highly sought-after advisor to other organizations and communities on housing policy, homeless and supportive housing efforts. In a prior role at VHFA, Collins was Director of Policy, Planning and Administration where she was a state and federal legislative liaison and managed the Agency's research, communications, human resources, and administration departments.

In 2012, Collins was named as one of the top 40 professionals under 40 years old by Vermont Business Magazine. Collins is Chair of the Board of Directors of Pathways Vermont, a homeless service agency pioneering a rural version of the Housing First model.  Prior to joining VHFA, Collins worked at the Technical Assistance Collaborative in Boston, MA, a consulting firm that focuses on the intersection of affordable housing, health care, human services policy and systems development.

Collins has a Master's in Public Administration from the University of Vermont and served on UVM's faculty, teaching a graduate-level housing policy course. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from SUNY Buffalo.