Wanda DeLeo is the Deputy Director of the Division of Conservatorship. She leads all activities associated with the Agency’s conservatorship strategic plan, which outlines an expansive agenda of agency activities to shape the future of housing finance.
Before taking this role in early 2014, DeLeo held multiple positions at FHFA, including Deputy Director of the Division of Examination Programs and Support, Acting Deputy Director of the Division of Housing Mission and Goals, and Chief Accountant. Before becoming Chief Accountant in 2008, she was Examination Manager for Accounting and later Chief Accountant for the former Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO), one of FHFA’s predecessor agencies. DeLeo has been with FHFA/OFHEO since 2002.
DeLeo holds a doctorate in accounting from Georgia State University, a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Central Florida and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Georgia.
The Division of Conservatorship assists the FHFA Director, as conservator, in preserving and conserving the Enterprises’ assets and property. The division facilitates communications between the Enterprises and the conservator to ensure the prompt identification of emerging issues and their timely resolution. The division also works with the Enterprises’ boards and senior management to establish priorities and milestones for accomplishing the goals of the conservatorship. Additionally, the division leads, coordinates, and clarifies agency and Enterprise activities related to FHFA’s A Strategic Plan for Enterprise Conservatorships.