Dorothy S. McAuliffe

Dorothy McAuliffe is a former banking and securities lawyer with extensive professional experience in the private and public sectors. Her legal experience focused on general practice and financial institutions, federal regulations, securities laws, mergers and acquisitions, and savings and loan compliance. Additionally, McAuliffe has served as First Lady of Virginia, where she worked extensively on children’s hunger and nutrition issues as Chair of the No Kid Hungry Campaign, as well as advocacy for veteran families and their children. Previously, she served as a fellow at the Institute of Politics and Public Service, McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Furthermore, she serves as a National Policy Advisor for Share our Strength, Washington D.C., a group advocating full utilization of federal nutrition programs to ensure equity and workforce development. In the past, McAuliffe has served as a Trustee of the Smithsonian Institution and the Presidential Appointee of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She has received numerous awards for the public service and advocacy for children and families.

At Armada Hoffler, our goal remains the safety and well-being of our employees, their families and all of our stakeholder groups.  In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our offices have pivoted to a phased-in approach consisting of remote work and in office work. We are working every day to remain consistent with guidelines and protocol issued by the state authorities. Implementation of contingency plans for unseen circumstances such as this, allow our employees to conduct business as usual, regardless of office location. We are committed to providing the same support to our partners and tenants as well as continued communication for our investors. We have always been dedicated to the communities around us and devoted to do our part to keep them safe. We will continue to monitor the situation as it progresses and provide updates as needed.