Regine Albin joins VHFA as Vermont Housing Fellow

By: Mia Watson

Suffolk University graduate student Regine Albin has been named the Fall 2020 Vermont Housing Fellow. Albin will receive a financial stipend to improve and expand information available to decision makers about Vermont housing markets and opportunities. In addition, the program is intended to provide the fellow with valuable experience aiding her professional development.

From Boston, Massachusetts, Albin is pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Administration. She also works at as a domestic violence advocate at the Association of Haitian Women. Prior to starting her graduate work, Albin earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science from Pine Manor College.

The goal of the Vermont Housing Fellow program is to cultivate interest among graduate students nationwide in Vermont-based affordable housing careers with a specific goal of growing the diversity of experiences and perspectives used when thinking about the housing needs in Vermont.

VHFA’s Housing Fellow program provides students in Vermont and beyond its borders with the opportunity to relate knowledge gained in the classroom to practical, real-world settings.  The Agency plans to appoint a new student to the fellowship each semester.

VHFA is currently accepting applications for the fellowship for the spring semester of 2020. Please contact VHFA’s Human Resources Director Steve Gronlund ( for more information. Candidates must be graduate students enrolled at an accredited program. Internship course credits may be available through his or her university or through the University of Vermont’s Public Administration program. For information about University of Vermont credits, please contact Julie Starr at