David R. Wohl, the President of Sabino Community Development, has more than 25 years of experience in affordable housing finance.† † He is a consultant to Enterprise Community Investment (formerly the Enterpise Social Investment Corporation), one of the nationís leading syndicators of tax-credit equity, analyzing and providing due diligence review for potential Low-Income Housing Tax Credit investments.† David has been the Housing Finance Consultant to the City of Tucson for public housing and neighborhood revitalization projects financed under the HOPE VI program.† He has consulted to financial institutions including the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, Arizona MultiBank Community Development Corporation, the Kresge Foundation, PPEP Microbusiness & Housing Development Corporation, the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, the Texas Housing Finance Corporation, the City of Phoenix Department of Neighborhood Services, Banc One Community Development Corporation, the Tucson Industrial Development Authority, and the National Equity Fund, and has provided technical assistance to local community organizations such as Tucson's Compass Affordable Housing and Metropolitan Housing Corporation, the Housing Trust of Santa Fe, NM, the Arlington (VA) Partnership for Affordable Housing, and the El Paso Collaborative for Community Development.† As the founder and CEO of the Cincinnati Development Fund, a multi-bank community development financial institution, he made loans that resulted in the construction and rehabilitation of affordable housing in Southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky and helped developers arrange grant, debt, and equity financing, using low-income housing tax credits, for hundreds more apartments. David is a graduate of the Kennedy School of Government, Emory University Law School, and Colgate University.
Bob Powers is the founder of Sound Community Ventures, LLC, a consulting firm in Bainbridge Island, Washington that focuses on innovative housing finance and development strategies. SCV's recent work includes helping housing authorities restructure and modernize their housing stock, and helping Enterprise Community Partners (formerly the Enterprise Foundation) create new financial incentives for "green" development. Before founding SCV, Bob was the Chief Acquisitions Officer of Enterprise Community Investment.
Dan Mendelson is a nationally-recognized expert with more than thirty years experience in affordable housing development, finance and syndication. Dan specializes in structuring complex transactions involving debt and equity, including exit strategies for LIHTC projects and portfolios nearing the end of their compliance period. Dan is a consultant to many equity syndicators, foundations, and developers. Dan has been the Senior Vice President of Acquisitions for ESIC, building the syndication business to an annual volume of $500 million. †
1825 N. Norton Avenue
Tucson, AZ† 85719