Curtis Highsmith Jr. is the newest member of the Town of Southampton Housing Authority's board of directors, according to Richard Blowes, the executive director.
Highsmith is the chairman of the Southampton Village Board of Historic Preservation & Architectural Review and vice chair of the Southampton Community Housing and Development Corp, the not-for-profit arm of the Housing Authority
Highsmith, who is a graduate of Riverhead High School and holds a degree in business from Bryant University, is also involved in Rotary International and is a member of the Southampton Chamber of Commerce and the Long Island Builders Association.
Highsmith lives in Southampton Village with his wife and two teenage children.
“We are happy that Curtis has joined our team. We look forward to tapping into his years of real estate and finance experience as we work to provide safe and affordable housing for the residents of the Town of Southampton,” Blowes said.