Michelle C. Corridon is the Deputy Director of USDA Rural Housing Service’s Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Division based in Washington, DC. She has over 28 years of housing finance experience encompassing strategic planning, community development, policy analysis, credit loss mitigation strategy, and communications. In her role as Deputy Director, she leads high impact policy and procedure implementation along with process improvement, stakeholder engagement, budgeting, and human resources for the $24 billion dollar loan guarantee program.
Prior to assuming her current duties in September 2015, she served as a Senior Policy Analyst at the Federal Housing Finance Agency in the Office of Housing and Regulatory Policy where she focused on project and program management. From 2008 to 2012, she was a Rural Housing Service loan specialist concentrating on lender eligibility, compliance, and program risk management. She began her career at the Farmers Home Administration originating and servicing single family housing and farm loans.
Michelle is a graduate of Virginia Tech and the Partnership for Public Service Excellence in Government program, and holds Project Management Professional and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certificates. She resides in Ashland, Virginia with her two children.