Y16-Y30 Roundtable


Thursday, November 9: 9:30am – 11:30am

As more multifamily tax credit projects reach Year 15 of their life cycle, join us for a timely discussion of management and development issues facing these properties, including compliance requirements for tax credits, asset management challenges and best practices to reposition or redevelop properties.


Moderator:

Todd Carmichael, Ohio Housing Finance Agency
Todd Carmichael began his career with the Ohio Housing Finance in February of 1992 as a Housing Management Assistant. Mr. Carmichael duties included processing Section 8 vouchers and assisting with physical inspections on Section 8 Properties. Todd was promoted to Housing Management Specialist in March of 1993 where he conducted file audits and physical inspections of Section 8 Properties. From April 1998 to January of 2000 Todd worked in the Mark to Market Program where he worked on expiring Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments Contracts. Todd returned to Housing Management in February of 2000 as a Housing Management Coordinator. His duties included scheduling all LIHTC site reviews and ensuring compliance with LIHTC properties. Todd is currently serving as the Compliances Manager with the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. Todd holds the AHM, NAHP, CPO, RD 515 STAR and SHCM designation.


Speakers:

Jodelle (Jody) Carder, Woda Management & Real Estate, LLC
Jodelle J. Carder, CPM® Regional Vice President for Woda Management & Real Estate, LLC is responsible for property operations in Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Indiana and Northwestern Ohio. Her focus recently has been the acquisition of a large Midwest portfolio and its assimilation into the Woda Management framework. Prior to joining Woda in 2011, Ms. Carder served as president of RLJ Management Company where she directed the corporate property operations of a 6,100-unit affordable housing portfolio. For three decades, she worked for Wallick Properties managing a diverse portfolio. As president of Wallick Properties she was responsible for a portfolio of 12,000 units. Ms. Carder has served in industry leadership positions as president of the Columbus Apartment Association, president of the Columbus Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), the Midwest Affordable Housing Management Association (MAHMA), and president of the Council for Rural Housing and Development of Ohio. She was appointed to the Ohio Housing Finance Agency Tax Credit Compliance Advisory Committee.

Amy Albery, Wallick Communities
Amy Albery is Senior Vice President of Asset Management at Wallick Communities. In this capacity, Amy leads a team that ensures Wallick-owned properties are financially performing and maximizing returns for its owners, are maintained in with a vision of long-term physical sustainability and are providing safe, affordable housing for its families and seniors. With Wallick's focus on growth, the team is also responsible for taking its multifamily housing and assisted living acquisitions from LOI to closing. Amy joined Wallick in May 2011 as Director of Development. Prior to her time with Wallick, she spent 14 years as principal at a title insurance company, where she oversaw all financial and operational aspects of the company and commercial, tax credit and affordable housing transactions. Amy is active in the real estate field, and has served as an active member of the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition and officer on several real estate associations and non-profits, including serving as president and board member of The Woodlands, a non-profit community resource in Newark, Ohio. Amy has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ashland University, where she was recognized with the Universities' Senior Honor Award.

Amy Rosenthal, National Church Residences
Amy Rosenthal, Senior Project Leader, National Church Residences. As a member of the Development & Acquisition Department, Amy Rosenthal is responsible for overseeing affordable housing development projects, particularly projects with housing plus services. In her role, Rosenthal supports projects from concept to construction completion, identifying potential sites, developing relationships, performing community outreach, and coordinating funding applications. Prior to joining, National Church Residences Mrs. Rosenthal was the Associate Director of the Ohio CDC Association with the primary responsibility for delivery of training and technical assistance in the areas of affordable housing, microenterprise, and community economic development. Mrs. Rosenthal is a former Commissioner of the Southside Area Commission in Columbus Ohio. Currently, Mrs. Rosenthal serves as a board member Healthy Neighborhoods Healthy Families, a Nationwide Children's Hospital initiative that focuses on revitalizing Columbus' South Side to support the health and well-being of children and families. Mrs. Rosenthal is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a dual Masters degree in City and Regional Planning and Public Policy and Management and has a Bachelor of Urban Planning from the University of Cincinnati. Mrs. Rosenthal lives in the Central Ohio with her husband and two children, Kherington and Joel.