Bomee Jung joined NYCHA on July 6, 2015 as Vice President of Energy and Sustainability. Prior to joining NYCHA, Bomee served in various leadership positions at Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., a national leader in greening affordable housing, and as a mayoral appointee on the City Planning Commission. During her tenure with Enterprise, Bomee is credited with securing New York City’s adoption of the Enterprise Green Communities Criteria as its required standard for affordable housing; designing and managing an ARRA DOE Weatherization Assistance Program joint venture that piloted a portfolio-based model; and leading Enterprise's Sandy initiative, which focused on developing tools for long-term resiliency of multifamily affordable housing. In 2002, Bomee founded GreenHomeNYC, a volunteer-driven not for profit that promotes sustainability. In her first career, Bomee developed Internet-based applications for digital agencies and start-ups. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature and Japanese from The University of Georgia and a Master in City Planning degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and serves on the board of Asian Americans for Equality, Inc., a city-wide CDC.