Won't you be my neighbor?

Daniel Lukomsky is an experienced affordable housing professional. He has a proven track record of success in managing and overseeing large-scale affordable housing portfolios, with a focus on financial forecasting and oversight, compliance, resident services, and improving the physical condition of multi-family real estate.

Daniel immigrated to the United States in 1990, from St. Petersburg, Russia (it was then USSR, headed by Mr. Gorbachev, right after the fall of the Berlin Wall). Dan’s experience as an immigrant has given him a unique appreciation of freedoms and rule of law that we all enjoy in the US. His immigrant experience has also taught him to work hard, respect other people’s point of view and strive to improve our community.   

Daniel attended University of California, San Diego, where he got his bachelor degree in Political Science, with concentration in local politics. He has lived in Maryland for over 20 years, 6 of them in the city of Gaithersburg- at first on Bayridge Dr., in Fernshire Farms neighborhood, and then in Pheasant Run neighborhood, right off Longdraft road. Daniel is married to Sofiya, who was born in Kiyv, Ukraine, and has two children; one is a sophomore at UMD, and another one is a rising eighth-grader at Lakelands Park Middle School. 

Dan is an active contributor to Patch.com- a local, internet-based newspaper. He writes about education, crime, transportation and other topics that have an impact on everyday lives of his neighbors.  He is fiscally conservative, and appreciates Gaithersburg’s pay-as-you-go philosophy. 

In his free time, Daniel enjoys kayaking at Seneca Creek State Park, spending time with his family, traveling and visiting local restaurants. 


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