Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation

Working together, building community

Resident Services


ABCDC is committed to providing more than just high-quality housing; we offer support services for those who call ABCDC-owned affordable rental housing home. Our Resident Services programming supports parents and children alike who live in our housing to stabilize their tenancies, increase economic self-sufficiency, access new opportunities, and remove barriers which prevent individuals and families from being fully engaged in their community.

All Bright Community Center

In 2017, Allston Brighton CDC opened the All Bright Community Center at 1287B Commonwealth Ave to better serve families living in our properties. We’ve partnered with local organizations like Action for Boston Community Development and the MassHousing TAP Program to provide movement classes, food pantries, community events, and more.


Interested in volunteering at our Community Center? Contact us today to get more involved in the Allston Brighton Community!

Meet The Team

Troy Rothman
Resident Services Manager
[email protected]
617-787-3874 x201

Troy (he/him) enjoys working with and celebrating community. His past work experience is in affordable housing with CDCs and CDFIs in the Boston and Washington D.C. areas, and he will continue to grow his housing knowledge of Allston and Brighton as the new Resident Services Coordinator. Troy is thrilled to be a member of this community to help support residents, as well as work with students via the All Bright Community Center’s afterschool program. You can often find him volunteering for a local election, community farm or various other neighborhood events, or resting at the park with a good book.


Regina Fink
Resident Services Coordinator
[email protected]
617-787-3874 x202

Regina is originally from Bergen County, New Jersey. She recently graduated with a degree in Environmental Studies from Williams College in Western Mass, where she developed a love of hiking and looking at some really nice trees and salamanders. During her time at college she ran a book club with the Positive Pathways Partnership at the Berkshire House of Corrections and co-ran a program providing programming for adults with special needs. She has worked as a program associate at Berkshire Environmental Action Team, in a forest teaching elementary schoolers, and most recently as a server at Tu y Yo in Somerville. She loves reading, dancing, learning, journaling on buses or trains, and biking.

Regina es originalmente de Bergen County, Nueva Jersey. Se graduó de la universidad de Williams College en Massachusetts, donde estudió estudios del medio ambiente. Durante su tiempo en la universidad, manejó un club de libros para los prisioneros y programas para personas con necesidades especiales. También trabajó en Berkshire Environmental Action Team, en un bosque como educadora de niños y más reciente como mesera en Tu y Yo, un restaurante mexicano en Somerville. A ella le encanta leer, bailar, aprender nuevas cosas y montar en bicicleta. Ella aprendió español en la escuela y durante su tiempo en España. 

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