The United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is the head of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, concerned with urban housing matters. The Secretary is a member of the President's Cabinet.
|Name||Term of Office||President(s) served under|
|Robert Clifton Weaver||January 18, 1966 - December 18, 1968||Lyndon Johnson|
|Robert Coldwell Wood †||January 7, 1969 - January 20, 1969||Lyndon Johnson|
|George Wilcken Romney||January 22, 1969 - January 20, 1973||Richard Nixon|
|James Thomas Lynn||February 2, 1973 - February 5, 1975||Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford|
|Carla Anderson Hills||March 10, 1975 - January 20, 1977||Gerald Ford|
|Patricia Roberts Harris||January 23, 1977 - September 10, 1979||Jimmy Carter|
|Maurice Edwin Landrieu||September 24, 1979 - January 20, 1981||Jimmy Carter|
|Samuel Riley Pierce||January 23, 1981 - January 20, 1989||Ronald Reagan|
|Jack French Kemp||February 13, 1989 - January 19, 1993||George H. W. Bush|
|Henry Gabriel Cisneros||January 22, 1993 - January 19, 1997||Bill Clinton|
|Andrew M. Cuomo||January 29, 1997 - January 20, 2001||Bill Clinton|
|Melquiades Rafael Martinez||January 24, 2001 - December 12, 2003||George W. Bush|
†Robert C. Wood, Under Secretary under Weaver, served between Weaver and Romney with a recess appointment from President Johnson, who sent his nomination to the Senate. It was never acted on, and, therefore, he was never sworn in as Secretary.