NeighborWorks Housing Solutions Appoints Maxine Depina as Resource Development Director

NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions (NHS), the leading housing service provider in southern Massachusetts, is pleased to announce Maxine Depina of Quincy, Massachusetts, as resource development director.

In this role, she will develop and implement comprehensive fundraising strategies to meet the organization’s financial goals, cultivate and maintain relationships with key donors, stakeholders and philanthropic groups, and oversee the planning and execution of fundraising events, among other responsibilities.

Depina joins NHS with more than seven years of experience in the property management/real estate industry as a marketing and social media professional. Her career background also includes a three-year tenure as associate publisher and social media manager for the New England Real Estate Journal.

A graduate of Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Science degree in communication and journalism, Depina also holds a Master of Arts degree in communication from Southern New Hampshire University.

Depina serves as a member of the Marketing & Events Committee with the Boston Police Foundation and is a member of the Events Committee at Mother Caroline Academy & Education Center in Dorchester. She is fluent in spoken Portuguese Creole.

“We’re honored to welcome Maxine to our team as resource development director,” said Robert Corley, CEO of NeighborWorks Housing Solutions. “Her experience within real estate and marketing and passion for our mission makes her the ideal individual to serve in this critical role.”

About NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions

NeighborWorks® Housing Solutions is the leading housing service provider in southern Massachusetts. NHS has more than 70 years of combined experience in the community development field and provides services to more than 20,000 households in over 75 cities and towns across the region. In addition to building and managing nearly 900 units of housing for veterans, homeless families and others in need, the agency offers a wide range of housing services, including foreclosure prevention counseling, home rehabilitation loans and grants, financial coaching and first-time homebuyer workshops. For more information, contact call 617-770-5217 or visit