Susan Aceti

Senior Project Manager

Susan Aceti is a Senior Project Manager for Healthy Housing Solutions. She manages the National Healthy Homes Training Center and Network – a network of over 50 partners who provide over 100 sessions of trainings a year around the country. She also manages an EPA-funded contract to provide additional training sessions through the Training Center. Ms. Aceti is responsible for developing and implementing a state of the art research-based training program that meets client needs, and helps training participants achieve their fullest potential. She designs the overall architecture for the training program and establishes standards for training delivery, materials and coordination of partners. She also oversees the development of new course materials and the revision of existing courses and manages partnerships with national organizations who are integrating healthy housing into their programs. Ms Aceti coordinates the work of three staff who work on the Training Center. Ms. Aceti developed the Training Center’s Healthy Homes for Community Health Workers course and the Healthy Homes Rating System course.

Ms. Aceti is skilled in instructional systems design, for on-site courses as well as instructor-led and self-study eLearning. She has over 15 years of project management experience. Before joining Solutions in 2014, Ms. Aceti was a Project Manager with the National Center for Healthy Housing. Previously, she was a community organizer with the Citizens Planning and Housing Association, a public participation coordinator with the Baltimore Metropolitan Council and a consultant for nonprofits on using Geographic Information Systems software. She also worked for the Coalition for Low-Income Community Development in a variety of positions where she provided training and technical assistance to local governments and nonprofits to encourage citizen participation in the Community Development Block Grant program. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a Masters of Social Work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore.