Chief Operating Officer for the Boley Centers Inc.
Jack Humburg is the Chief Operating Officer for Boley Centers, Inc., a 50-year-old private nonprofit community based in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr. Humburg is responsible for the development of affordable housing at Boley Centers. Boley Centers and its affiliates currently provide over 1,000 units of affordable housing in Pinellas County.
In addition to his housing development responsibilities, Mr. Humburg serves as the Florida affiliate of the Southeast ADA Center, a program of Syracuse University funded through the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U. S. Department of Education. In this role, Mr. Humburg has received extensive training on the ADA and the Fair Housing Act through the federal enforcement agencies including the Department of Justice, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, The U.S. Access Board, and HUD. Mr. Humburg consults on accessibility and ADA with numerous private businesses and various government agencies throughout Florida.
With the Florida Community Loan Fund, Mr. Humburg serves on the Board and as Chair of the Lending Committee. He is also on the Board of the Florida Housing Coalition, the Florida Supportive Housing Coalition, the Disability Achievement Center, and several other boards and committees. Mr. Humburg holds a Master of Arts degree from Ball State University. He is a Certified ADA Coordinator, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and a Certified Professional of Occupancy.
About the Boley Centers, Inc. Established in 1970, Boley Centers, Inc., is a private, not-for-profit organization serving individuals with mental disabilities, the homeless, and youth in Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco and Sarasota Counties. Boley Centers provides affordable housing to over 500 individuals and families in Pinellas County. Since joining the agency in 2001, Jack Humburg has been providing consulting and technical assistance on the American’s with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act to interested providers and those with disabilities throughout the State of Florida. Boley Centers’ ADA and Fair Housing Act services including working with local government entities, employers, private businesses, landlords, and individuals with disabilities to help them understand their rights and responsibilities and encouraging voluntary compliance with the law.