Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is composed of senior level affordable housing development and community development lending professionals with a strategic focus and representation by leaders from urban and rural communities.

jeanne pinado

Jeanne Pinado

President of board

Chief Advisor, Madison Park Development Corp. Finance Committee

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Chief Executive Officer, Madison Park Development Corp.

Ms. Pinado is the Chief Executive Officer of Madison Park Development Corporation, a 50 year old community development corporation working in the Roxbury and South End neighborhoods of Boston, MA. Madison Park is a NeighborWorks America affiliate and has developed and owns 1,250 units of rental housing, 93 for-sale homes and 125 units of student housing. Additionally they have renovated and leased over 76,000 square feet of retail and office space in the Dudley Square business district and recently became a Choice Neighborhoods awardee. She has over 30 years experience in real estate development and affordable housing finance.


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Jeff Reed

Jeff Reed

Treasurer

President, Community Housing Partners
Finance Committee

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President, Community Housing Partners​

Mr. Reed is President and previously Chief Financial Officer of Community Housing Partners (CHP), one of the largest NeighborWorks affiliates due to its large portfolio of affordable multifamily housing across the Mid-Atlantic and Southern region of the U.S. He has over 25 years of experience in financial and corporate management and is responsible for corporate finance, real estate development, property and asset management, and resident services. CHP owns more than 6,500 apartments at a cost of over $440 million. He provides leadership to the Senior management and works with the CEO and the Board of Directors. He also participates in the CFO workgroup of STRENGTH MATTERS™ and Board of Directors of Stewards of Affordable Housing For The Future.


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michael carroll

Michael Carroll

Director of Lending, Rural LISC
Loan Committee

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Director of Lending, Rural LISC
Loan Committee

Mr. Carroll has over 25 years of community development lending experience. He recently became Director of Lending for Rural LISC and previously was Director of Multifamily Programs at California Housing Finance Agency. Previously he was Housing and Loan Fund Director at Rural Community Assistance Corporation, director of sales and marketing for Fannie Mae Multifamily and director of its Sacramento Partnership Office, where he developed local initiatives to support Fannie Mae’s $20 billion/five-year investment plan for the California Central Valley. He had a long tenure as Senior Vice President with Bank of America, where he managed community development lending and product development. He began his career as a VISTA volunteer and then full time employee at Self-Help Enterprises.


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peter daly

Peter Daly

Executive Director, Cambridge Neighborhood Apartment & Housing Services
Finance Committee

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Executive Director, Cambridge Neighborhood Apartment & Housing Services
Finance Committee
Loan Committee

Mr. Daly has 30+ years of community development experience and is responsible for operations of a community development corporation in Cambridge, MA. His organization is an affiliate of Neighborworks America with a focus on the development of homeownership and rental housing, two lending and rehab programs – one for owner-occupied 1-4 family and the other for privately owned multi-family properties, and an asset management program. Under his leadership their rental portfolio from 17 units to over 1,000 units. He also serves as the Chair of the Board of Community Economic Development and Assistance Corporation, a Massachusetts based CDFI.


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rosa rios valdez

Rosa Rios Valdez

vice president & Secretary

Executive Director, BCL of Texas
Loan Committee

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Executive Director, BCL of Texas
Loan Committee

As the leader of three community organizations serving Austin area or Texas statewide, Ms. Rios Valdez has 30+ years experience in business development, commercial real estate lending and real estate management and development. BCL of Texas is a NeighborWorks America affiliate. She has grown the organization’s net worth eight fold, facilitated over $200 million in small business loans and manages a $25 million commercial real estate loan portfolio and is Asset Manager for a $2.5 million real estate portfolio. She has a strong commitment to rural communities and served as a board member of the Rural Alliance.


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megan teare

Megan Teare

Senior Vice President, Community Lending and Investing, Wells Fargo Bank
Finance Committee

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Senior Vice President, Community Lending and Investing, Wells Fargo Bank
Finance Committee

For the past several years Ms. Teare has been with Wells Fargo Bank’s Community Lending and Investment group where she manages the Equity Equivalent (EQ2) Investment and CDFI Lending programs. Prior to this position, she worked with the community development lending group at the bank. Previously she served as senior loan officer at the McAuley Institute, a CDFI in Washington, D.C., and as a consultant to non-profit housing developers. Ms. Teare is also president of the board of directors of the Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund and a member of the loan committee of the Family Housing Fund’s Home Prosperity Fund and the Twin Cities Community Land Bank.


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caroline horton

Caroline Horton

Chief Financial Officer, Aeon
Finance Committee

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Chief Financial Officer, Aeon
Finance Committee

Caroline is responsible for Aeon’s real estate asset management, finance and accounting functions. She has expertise in developing management systems that ensure the long‐term viability of assets and monitor organizational risk factors. Since 2007, Caroline has been a member of the STRENGTH MATTERS CFOWorking Group which has developed a series of white papers on external reporting best practices for the nonprofit affordable housing industry. Caroline has a degree in accounting and a CPA. She has been with Aeon since 1998, an organization with over 2,200 units of affordable rental housing.


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