Mollie Kaylor Joins CDFA as Director of Housing and Community Development

The Community Development Finance Authority is pleased to welcome Mollie Kaylor as Director of Housing and Community Development. Kaylor brings extensive experience supporting communities throughout New Hampshire achieve their community and economic development goals using various state and federal resources. She brings a depth of experience creating partnerships, as well as knowledge of statewide systems and resources.

“Mollie’s passion for supporting New Hampshire communities and deep partnerships will be impactful as she leads our housing and community development efforts throughout state,” stated Katy Easterly Martey, CDFA’s Executive Director. “Her experience will support CDFA in our efforts to help communities find creative solutions to local challenges as we continue to expand the reach, impact and use of state and federal resources.”

Kaylor will work closely with municipal and nonprofit partners to maximize the impact of New Hampshire’s annual allocation of Community Development Block Grant resources. The primary objective of the program is the development of viable communities by improving economic opportunities and meeting community revitalization needs. New Hampshire’s statewide program, administered by CDFA, focuses on supporting public facilities, housing and economic development projects.

Prior to joining CDFA, Kaylor served as a Business Resource Specialist at the State of New Hampshire’s Department of Business and Economic Affairs. In that role, she focused on catalyzing economic development in southwestern New Hampshire by supporting and building relationships with local business leaders, as well as government and community stakeholders. Kaylor also managed the Northern Boarder Regional Commission grant program for New Hampshire, facilitating state-level outreach and technical assistance for applicants to the federal grant programs. In previous capacities, Kaylor coordinated the delivery and management of federal workforce development and public health programs to address statewide and local needs.

Kaylor lives in Auburn with her husband and son. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of New Hampshire.

If you would like to contact Kaylor in her new role at CDFA, please email or call 603-717-9112.


About the Community Development Finance Authority

The Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) is a statewide nonprofit public authority focused on maximizing the value and impact of community development, economic development and clean energy initiatives throughout New Hampshire. The organization leverages a variety of financial and technical resources, including the competitive deployment of grant, loan and equity programs. Those resources include New Hampshire state tax credits, federal Community Development Block Grant resources and the CDFA Clean Energy Fund. For more information about CDFA and its programs visit or call 603-226-2170.