As Chief Executive Officer for Related California's Northern California Affordable and Northwest Divisions, Ms. Silverberg is responsible for the strategic direction, overall management and daily operation of the company's over $3.5 billion affordable portfolio in Northern California and Oregon. She has been directly responsible for the growth of the affordable pipeline in Northern California and Oregon to over 5,000 units under construction and in pre-development.
Prior to joining Related California, Ms. Silverberg was Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer at BRIDGE Housing Corporation where she was responsible for directing and overseeing their Northern California Division. She led the development and redevelopment of more than 8,000 affordable, mixed-income, mixed-use and transit-oriented housing units, including the acquisition and redevelopment of nearly 1,000 public housing units in San Francisco and Sacramento, the joint venture development of mixed-income residential units with Essex in the Transbay area of San Francisco, and 306, mixed-income residential units in Milpitas. She was also responsible for the capital aggregation and placement of equity and debt for their Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and non-LIHTC developments and has overseen the negotiation and placement of over $3 billion in project level debt and equity.
She is a two-time recipient of the Northern California Real Estate Women of Influence Award by the San Francisco Business Times, and has been recognized twice as one of the most dynamic women in commercial real estate by BISNOW. Ms. Silverberg is Chair of the Board of Directors of the California Housing Consortium and Co-Chair of California State Treasurer Ma’s California Debt Limit Allocation Committee/Tax Credit Allocation Committee Working Group. She currently serves on the Housing Policy Committee of the San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR). She is a board member of the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC), a member of the ULI San Francisco Local Product Council, and past president of the Board of Directors of the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California. Ms. Silverberg is a faculty lecturer in the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley where she teaches a graduate level methods class in project analysis. She holds a Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles.