Daniel Abramson is President and Chief Executive Officer of Abramson Properties, a real estate development firm in Alexandria that specializes in developing residential projects on urban sites and in historic neighborhoods. Danny has extensive affordable housing experience, is the AHDC Board President, and is one of the five incorporating board members.
Robert Burns is President and CEO of City First Homes, a DC-based nonprofit developer of committed affordable properties, specializing in locations and projects identified as areas needing community development in “hard to develop” census tracks. His career has been focused on affordable housing and community development for over two decades. Robert is the AHDC Board Vice President and joined the Board in 2004.
Michael Caison is a federal leasing and commercial real estate professional. He is an Associate Vice President for Cushman & Wakefield managing the federal leasing efforts for the General Services Administration in Regions 1, 2, 3, 4 and the National Capital Region. Over Mike’s fifteen year career in leasing and property acquisition, he has worked with a number of organizations and an active advocate for affordable housing in Alexandria. Michael is one of the five incorporating AHDC Board Members.
John Corrado is a partner at Baker & Hostetler, LLC in Washington. D.C., with a practice focused on trial litigation in state and federal courts. An affordable housing advocate, Jack was a member of the City’s Affordable Housing Advisory Committee for more than ten years. A Board member since 2009, Jack is the AHDC Board Secretary.
Megan Glasheen is a Managing Member of Reno & Cavanaugh, PLLC, a law firm that works on affordable housing and community development issues throughout the country and is on the governing committee of the American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law. Megan joined the AHDC Board in 2004.
Catherine Pharis is a Head of FHA Multifamily & Healthcare Lending Platform for Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, where she oversees the origination and underwriting activities of the FHA Group. Cathy’s involvement in multifamily lending extends over 25 years. Cathy is the AHDC Board Treasurer and one of the five incorporating Board members.
Joseph Ouellette currently serves as Director of Affordable Transactions and Asset Management with Apartment Investment and Management Company (AIMCO), one of the nation’s largest owners and operators of market rate and affordable apartment communities in the United States. Joe became an AHDC Board Member in December, 2010.
Joseph Resende is President and a principal owner of The Franklin Capital Group, a real estate investment and development firm specializing in residential rental properties (both affordable and market rate), which is headquartered in Alexandria. Joe joined the AHDC Board in 2004.
Lindsey Vick is a lifelong Alexandria resident with extensive affordable housing experience. She is now the owner/operator of Sunflowers Healing and Wellness, a hypnotherapy and childbirth education center, based in her own neighborhood, the growing commercial district of Delray, Alexandria. Lindsey joined the AHDC Board in 2004.
Jonathan Frederick, Executive Director, has over ten years of experience in the affordable housing and urban planning fields. Prior to joining AHDC, Jon worked as the director of development for Volunteers of America where he oversaw all real estate development activities for the organization in the mid-Atlantic region. Jon has extensive experience in both the development entitlement process and affordable housing finance. Jon’s sits on the Alexandria Housing Affordability Advisory Committee, the Northern Virginia Affordable Housing Alliance Advisory Committee, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners