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July 31, 2023

Bath Housing adds board members with a range of skill sets

Bath Housing and Development Corp., which works to enhance housing stability for seniors, those with disabilities and families in the greater Bath area, has added three members to its board. 

Bath native Toby Gabranski, owner and founder of Tobias Gabranski/Architects, has guided the design and construction of community-based residential and commercial projects throughout New England. Gabransk previously worked as a design and project architect on award-winning mixed-use office, residential and resort community projects in the U.S. and Europe and managed the design and development of several significant office and residential community projects in Boston and London. He was also an adjunct professor at the University of Maine School of Architecture.

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Erik Nelson

Erik Nelson is an associate professor of economics at Bowdoin College. In 2010, he relocated to Bath after earning his Ph.D. in applied economics from the University of Minnesota in 2007. Nelson was a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford University for three years. He is a member of the American Economists Association and the Association for Environmental and Resource Economists.

Roberta Jordan served in various capacities over the years as a librarian at the Patten Free Library. For twenty years, she was the school manager at the K-8 Center for Teaching and Learning in Edgecomb. Jordan also worked as a land protection specialist for many years at the Maine chapter of the Nature Conservancy.

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Roberta Jordan

“Bath Housing is working toward ambitious housing goals and the board of directors is a crucial part of this visioning process,” said Barbara Gaul, BHDC board chair. “Roberta, Erik and Toby each bring a valuable skill set and unique perspective to our work and we are thrilled to have them join our board.”



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