Jack MacGillivray has been the vice president of Monarch Properties, Inc. since 1982. Under his leadership, Monarch has developed and maintained a reputation for upholding high professional standards in both affordable and conventional apartment management. Monarch Properties, which is headquartered in Albuquerque, has steadily increased its portfolio over the years and now manages more than 100 properties. The organization has won numerous awards and commendations from groups that include HUD, MFA and the New Mexico Apartment Association. Mr. MacGillivray is a member of the New Mexico Apartment Association board of directors.
George Maestas is a housing development program manager for MFA. He works with affordable housing developers to underwrite the financing of the construction and/or rehabilitation of multifamily housing for low- and moderate-income households. Although fairly new to MFA, Mr. Maestas has more than 21 years of banking experience, with 15 years in commercial lending. He holds a Credit Risk Certification from the Risk Management Association.
Ravi Malhotra has 29 years of experience as a social entrepreneur and engineer. He has led award-winning research and development efforts and successfully launched eight new social ventures. He is currently focused on providing turn-key solutions for the green retrofitting of multifamily properties through two nonprofit ventures: Triple Bottom Line Foundation, a CDFI that provides energy financing, and ICAST, which offers design, development, planning and construction services. Mr. Malhotra holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi, India and a master’s degree in engineering and business administration from the University of Texas at Austin.
Officer Gloria Marcott began her self-defense business in 1992 focusing on helping young girls and women. She has trained more than 10,000 women in her self-defense classes and seminars. Ms. Marcott is the creator of the Level 1 Certification Program for Tigerlight, Inc., makers of the Defense Alert Device (D.A.D.). She also serves as the first master "train the trainer" for the program, which focuses on teaches how to counter attack dynamic issues in any environment using the D.A.D. She is also a national training advisor for Tigerlight, Inc. Ms. Marcott has been a law enforcement officer for 15 years and was nominated for the officer of the year award in 2017. She is a member of the emergency response team and the D.E.A. task force. She is a certified instructor in several areas including firearms, terrorism response tactics and officer survival.
Kelly Marrocco is a manager of affordable lending and access to credit in Freddie Mac’s single family housing division. She manages the strategy and policy efforts for rural housing initiatives and supports strategy and policy for manufactured housing in support of Freddie Mac’s underserved markets plan. Before joining Freddie Mac, Ms. Marrocco spent 10 years administering affordable housing programs for a county government including a Community Development Block Grant, a down payment assistance program and housing development fund. Ms. Marrocco holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from George Washington University, a master’s certificate in local government administration from Virginia Tech and a certificate in housing finance through the National Development Council.
Angie Martinez began her career in the housing industry in 2006 as a leasing consultant for a Low Income Housing Tax Credit property. She has worked as a compliance officer and property manager for more than 10 properties in New Mexico and Arizona. Her portfolio included LIHTC, Project-Based Section 8, HOME, BMIR, Housing Trust Fund and Go-Bond units. Ms. Martinez has been with MFA since 2015.
Lisa Maury is the Albuquerque Continuum of Care program director for the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness. She leads the City of Albuquerque’s collaborative applicant process for HUD’s annual Continuum of Care grant, which provides funding for 23 housing and service programs in the city. Prior to coming to NMCEH in 2015, Ms. Maury worked in direct service, community planning, advocacy and nonprofit development for agencies serving persons experiencing homelessness.
Janie McGuigan works as a private consultant for supportive housing programs. Formerly, she was employed in the government and nonprofit sectors in New Mexico and Texas where she focused on human services planning, design and evaluation. Ms. McGuigan also managed state and federal grants and community fund allocation processes for United Way. Until her retirement from the New Mexico Human Services Department, she administered supportive housing programs for persons with disabilities. Ms. McGuigan holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico and a master’s degree in city and regional planning from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Erik Meek has almost 15 years of experience in law enforcement on the local and federal level. Prior to working undercover in the gang unit, he worked as a narcotics detective and uniformed field officer, all with the Albuquerque Police Department.
Natalie Michelback is MFA’s program manager for the Housing Opportunities for People With AIDS program and the Continuum of Care Performance award program. Ms. Michelback began her career in the mortgage industry in 1984 working in mortgage origination and servicing. She joined MFA’s mortgage servicing team in 2005 and transferred to MFA’s Community Development Department in 2012 to work with state and federal homeless and domestic violence programs.
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