Mickey is the founding CEO of North Shore CDC, having led the merger process which launched North Shore CDC in 2010 after being with one of our predecessor organizations since 2006. He is committed to making sure that everyone has a safe, affordable and attractive place to call home. Under his leadership, the organization launched a nationally-recognized chapter of YouthBuild. He is also a co-founder of the Punto Urban Art Museum, North Shore CDC’s signature, acclaimed social justice public art program located in Salem’s Point neighborhood.
Mickey began his career in housing as a low-income property manager with Maloney Properties and in asset management at MMA Financial (now Boston Financial). He worked as an adjunct professor with Boston University’s Graduate Program in City Planning and Urban Affairs from 2011 to 2021. He serves as the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston’s Affordable Housing Advisory Committee, the City of Salem’s Community Preservation Committee, the City of Salem’s Affordable Housing Trust, and as the treasurer for the Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations.
Mickey received his B.S. in Urban Affairs at Boston University and his M.S. in Public Affairs at the University of Massachusetts – Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies and his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar.
In his spare time, Mickey loves to explore new places, competes in triathlons and spends time with his schnauzers.