- Sandy Arce Intake Specialist/ Paralegal
- Angie Bailey Intake Specialist
- Elizabeth Da Victoria Lobo Staff Attorney, Brief Services Unit
- Ashley Graham Senior Staff Attorney, Brief Services Unit
- Shaina Hagen Staff Attorney
- Heather Hodges Pro Bono Counsel
- Heather Molina Managing Attorney, Brief Services Unit and Intake
- Frank Natale Director of Litigation and Advocacy
- Leah Quaile Staff Attorney, Family Preservation Project
- Keeshea Turner Roberts Managing Attorney
- Brittania Elias Intake Specialist/ Paralegal
- Lily Rudy Staff Attorney
- Valerie M. Scott Compliance and Operations Coordinator
- Maya Sheppard Managing Attorney, Barriers to Employment Project
- Bradford Voegeli Managing Attorney
- Elizabeth Vogel Staff Attorney, Westwood Fellow
- Idun Klakegg Paralegal
- Everette Thorby Development Manager
- Adam Marshall Staff Attorney, Housing Law
- Jessica Davis-Ricci Staff Attorney, Westwood Fellow
- Kristi Schulenberg Project Manager & Staff Attorney, Veterans Legal Assistance Project
- Barbara Laur Interim Executive Director
- Kathy Hollins Director of Finance and Administration
- Lori Leibowitz Project Coordinator, Right to Housing Initiative
- Deborah Levine Staff Attorney, Brief Services Unit
- Ashlee Johnson Staff Attorney, Barriers to Employment
- Michael Baker Loaned associate from Covington & Burling LLP
- Eva Seidelman Staff Attorney, Housing Cooperative Preservation Initiative
Bradford VoegeliManaging Attorney
Bradford Voegeli joined NLSP as a staff attorney in 2014. Bradford Voegeli is the managing attorney for the housing and consumer practices. He is based in the Polk Street office.
From the outset of his legal career, Bradford has concentrated on securing affordable housing and extending economic opportunity in underserved and indigent neighborhoods. Before joining NLSP, he was an instructor in the Community Development Law Clinic at UDC – David A. Clarke School of Law. As an instructor, he assisted housing cooperatives with internal governance matters and with managing substantial renovations to their buildings.
Bradford has also initiated neighborhood stabilization projects throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. In response to widespread vacant properties within the Deanwood community, Bradford helped to convene the Preserving Our Neighborhoods Task Force, which surveys and investigates the ownership status of distressed homes and works with city agencies to ensure that the properties are maintained safely and securely. The ultimate goal of the Preserving Our Neighborhoods Task Force is to return homes back to productive use and preserve the housing of current residents.
Bradford received his J.D. from American University and his LL.M from the University of the District of Columbia. As a law student, Bradford co-founded the “Take Back Your Home” (TBYH) project, following a system that he created for tracking foreclosures, identifying homeowners, training volunteers, and organizing teams to visit residents in neighborhoods hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis. Law student volunteers with TBYH have since visited and provided information and referrals to hundreds of homeowners and renters in the metro region. In recognition of Bradford’s efforts, the American University – Washington College of Law honored him in 2011 with the Public Interest Entrepreneur Award.