Rosen-Nikoloff appointed SVP, gen. counsel at LIHP

March 03, 2020 - Long Island

Hauppauge, NY The Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. (LIHP) hass appointed Jill Rosen-Nikoloff, Esq. as senior VP and general counsel.

Rosen-Nikoloff comes to LIHP with knowledge in the areas of law, affordable housing development, and non-profit management. Prior, Rosen-Nikoloff had a 15-year career in the private sector as a partner in two of Long Island’s major law firms, where she engaged in a broad based corporate/commercial practice engaging in mergers, acquisitions, lending, and real estate transactions and was the COO of a L.I. community development corporation. 

In addition, Rosen-Nikoloff was appointed as the director of real estate for Suffolk County, responsible for the development of affordable housing, working closely with both public and private sources in connection with the funding, creation, and monitoring of approximately 2,000 affordable units. She has served as a Board Member of the Suffolk County Land Bank, and was awarded the Key of Excellence Award by the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless for her efforts in creating affordable and stable housing and advocating for housing for veterans.

Ms. Rosen-Nikoloff holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies from Adelphi University and a Juris Doctor degree from St. John’s University School of Law. 

 “It’s my privilege to work with LIHP and I am elated by the opportunity to work with such a well-respected and effective housing organization. LIHP has assisted thousands of Long Islanders achieve the dream of safe, affordable and well-designed housing and I look forward to expanding on that mission.”

“Jill brings the right combination of affordable housing, non-profit management, and legal knowledge to LIHP. We are thrilled to have Jill join our team and we look forward to leveraging all her knowledge, experience and expertise to continue to grow and serve the needs of Long Islanders,” said Peter J. Elkowitz, President and CEO of LIHP. 

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