Meet Frank Stoner, Board Member
Frank Stoner began his board service with Piedmont Housing Alliance in 2015. He has lived in the Charlottesville area since 1984, and has worked in real estate development for nearly all of that time. Currently, Frank is a principal at Milestone Partners, a development management firm.
Frank’s commitment to affordable housing solutions dates back to a 1989 trip to India with fellow-board member Satyendra Huja, who was then Charlottesville’s director of Planning and Community Development. Frank credits this trip with “opening [his] eyes and heart.” As a housing provider, Frank says he feels “a sense of responsibility to find sustainable solutions for the affordable housing challenge.” And, his longstanding professional involvement in producing market-rate housing has equipped him to understand and assist with many of the issues and challenges around safe, affordable housing. Through his work on Piedmont Housing’s board, Frank has appreciated the opportunity to connect with others who care deeply about the organization’s mission.
In addition to his work with Piedmont Housing, in the past Frank has served on the board at the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Albemarle Housing Improvement Program, the Jefferson Area Board for Aging, and as a deacon at First Presbyterian Church. He currently serves on the board of the Free Enterprise Forum and as a member of the Jefferson School Community Partnership. Frank is a graduate of Southern Methodist University.