Carmen Pelletier


Carmen Pelletier joined Healthy Housing Solutions in September 2012 after having served as a policy analyst for Solutions’ parent organization, the National Center for Healthy Housing. She has worked on Solutions’ contracts with CDC Lead Poisoning Primary Prevention Collaboration to develop strategies for primary prevention of high blood lead levels in children, evaluated the HUD Healthy Homes Demonstration Grant Program, and compared the status of legislation and regulation in the 50 states and District of Columbia on lead-based paint safety during and after rehabilitation of multifamily housing that received low-income housing tax credits. While at NCHH, her projects included researching and organizing HUD funding data on Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes state program grantees from FY 1999 through FY 2012. She also worked with CDC-funded state Healthy Homes and Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program grantees to collect data on the efficacy of their programs. Prior to joining Solutions and NCHH, Ms. Pelletier worked as an attorney, copyright consultant, and a royalty label support analyst for over four years. Ms. Pelletier has a Juris Doctor from the Albany Law School of Union University and a Bachelor of Arts in English and psychology from Binghamton University.