Housing Authority of the City of Easley

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EHA Welcomes New Executive Director Franklin R. Scott, Jr.
EHA Welcomes New Executive Director Franklin R. Scott, Jr.

Frank Scott, a native of Charleston, brings a wealth of affordable housing experience to the position of Executive Director of the Housing Authority of Easley. Scott’s vast knowledge of HUD funding, grant management, and compliance with Federal and local regulations make him an ideal choice to lead the Housing Authority of Easley. 

Scott received his Bachelor of Science in Management from Southern Wesleyan University. He earned additional professional certifications in the affordable housing industry including Housing Choice Voucher Management Certification, Certified Public Housing Occupancy, and Certified Public Housing Manager. 

Scott’s proven track record and outstanding achievements in his previous positions with the Charleston County Housing & Redevelopment Authority; Charleston Housing Finance Agency; and the Housing Authority of the City of Charleston, provide the foundation for a successful transition to his new role with the Housing Authority of Easley. 

Scott’s experience includes tenures as the Deputy Director; Director of Public Housing and Maintenance; Director of Housing Choice Voucher Program; Office of Special Needs Director; Property Manager; and Program Specialist; covering all areas of the affordable housing industry. 

“My goal is constant and consistent improvement in any area deemed necessary for the greater good of EHA,” stated Scott. 

Scott’s extensive knowledge of the affordable housing industry, in conjunction with his supervisory experience and dedication to excellence, make him well-equipped to lead the team at the Housing Authority of Easley as the agency’s new Executive Director. Welcome!


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