Faith Broderick serves as the Georgetown BID’s Economic Development Director, where she oversees economic development to attract and retain businesses to strengthen the Georgetown economy. She works with the commercial real estate community, property owners, tenants, community groups, city leaders, and other stakeholders to provide data analysis and strategic counsel on the Georgetown economy that helps to support a healthy and vibrant commercial district.
Before joining the BID, Faith was a community planner with the DC Office of Planning managing and contributing to citywide and neighborhood based planning initiatives. Prior to joining District government, Faith worked for the International Downtown Association where she helped conduct research for urban place management organizations, led technical advisory panels, and developed best practice toolkits for industry professionals. Faith holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Global Studies and Politics from Brandeis University and a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Georgetown University.