Barbara Goldberg Goldman

Barbara Goldberg Goldman is proud to serve as the Treasurer of the Jewish Electorate Institute. In her professional life, Barbara is President of B&G Regal Domestics, Inc., a national employment placement agency located in Rockville, and Managing Partner of Quorum, LLC, a land-use consulting firm specializing in mixed-use and mixed-income developments, and affordable housing.

Barbara is the founder of the nationally recognized Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County and has served as its Chair and now Co-chair since its inception in 1991. Barbara served on the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County for thirteen years and was its chair for five of those years. During the Carter administration, she served at the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Community Planning and Development, where she worked with Congress on housing and economic development policy and programmatic legislative programs and initiatives.

Prior to HUD, she was with the National League of Cities and U.S. Conference of Mayors as the Director of the Washington, D.C. offices for San Jose, California; Lincoln, Nebraska; and the Metropolitan Toledo Consortium.

Barbara, who holds a Master of Arts degree in Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Maryland, also has served on many affordable housing and related panels and forums throughout the United States.

A graduate of Leadership Montgomery, Barbara is the recipient of a number of awards including Montgomery County’s 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award. She currently serves on the Strathmore Hall Foundation Board, Save A Child’s Heart Board, and American Jewish Committee Washington, DC Board. Past affiliations include Montgomery County’s Community Development Block Grant Advisory Board, Montgomery County’s Charter Review Commission, the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Maccabi USA, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington, and the Jewish Social Service Agency of Maryland, Washington and Virginia.