Arvind Sohoni joined NYCHA in February 2019, one week after the signing of the agency's regulatory agreement with HUD, The US Attorney's Office, and The City of New York. He leads the agency's Transformation effort, working to reform the agency's business model with a focus on resident needs and local control, and oversees the agency's work with its federal oversight partners.
Prior to NYCHA, Arvind served a variety of public and private-sector clients as a consultant with McKinsey & Company. He also served as a fellow at the McKinsey Global Institute, where he wrote "The US Economy: An Agenda for Inclusive Growth."
Arvind holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School. He serves on the board of The Center for the Living City.