Mark Greisberger was officially appointed as the Executive Director in April 2015. He has served on the board at Providence since 1994. Mark was a practicing attorney in the Rochester community for over 40 years counseling individuals, business entities, and not-for-profit corporations.
Mark currently serves on the board of several organizations including Rush Corporation and NCS Community Development Corporation and has a long history of serving his community. He graduated from Dartmouth College (A.B. cum laude) and Vanderbilt Law School, after attending McQuaid Jesuit High School. Mark and his wife, Carol, have two grown children.
Chief Financial Officer
Dan Sturgis joined Providence Housing as the Director of Finance in September 2015 and was promoted to Chief Financial Officer in 2019. Dan has 19 years of experience working in and advocating for affordable and low-income housing. Before joining Providence, Dan held multiple positions at the Rochester Housing Authority where he provided oversight for the financial, administrative, and regulatory compliance aspects of various affordable housing programs. Over the last five years, Dan has directed several projects that have increased rental housing assistance in the community by 20 million dollars annually and he has assisted with the creation or preservation of over 2,000 affordable housing units in the Rochester region.
Dan currently serves on the board of directors for the Rochester/Monroe County Homeless Continuum of Care. The Continuum of Care is the regional planning body that coordinates housing and services funding for homeless families and individuals. Having graduated from St. John Fisher College with a BS degree in Business Administration, Dan now calls Rochester home. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and following his three young children as they participate in many local youth sports clubs.
Vice President of Property Management
Helen Bianchi is a seasoned property management professional with over 25 years of experience in the affordable housing arena. Helen joined Providence Housing in 2005 as Director of Asset Management responsible for all aspects of property and program management of Providence Housing’s portfolio. She has directed 12 successful lease-ups of HUD and tax credit properties since she joined Providence Housing, bringing the total to over 23 properties under Providence Housing management. Prior to joining Providence Housing, Helen held several property management positions including Regional Vice President at Home Properties, a prominent national REIT.
Helen graduated from Monroe Community College with an Associate Degree in Business Management and has earned the CPM® designation through the Institute of Real Estate Management. Helen also holds several affordable housing certifications from Spectrum and NAHMA. In addition, Helen served as President of IREM Chapter 58 in 2006 and 2007 and was founding vice president of NAA local chapter in 2003/2004.
Director of Development
Angela Eicholtz joined Providence Housing in 2018 bringing experience in both affordable and market-rate housing development. Prior to joining Providence Housing, Angela held multiple positions as a development consultant where she worked with clients on all aspects of the development process including, site acquisition, design, underwriting, financing, and transition to operations.
Angela studied real estate development at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a Master of City Planning and a Certificate in Real Estate Design and Development from the Wharton School and PennDesign. Her undergraduate degree is from Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri, where she earned a Bachelor of Architecture. She proudly serves on the steering committee for Rochester’s Center City Community Coalition, C4.
Board of Directors
Providence is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.