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Grady P. Appleton
Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Mr. Appleton, retired, served for 35 years as the founding President/CEO of East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation (EANDC). In 1982, EACH helped to establish East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation as a sister corporation to address substandard housing in East Akron. Under Mr. Appleton's leadership, EANDC built over 500 new affordable homes, several senior apartment buildings, and contributed to the repair of 150 owner-occupied homes in neighborhoods that were in critical need of revitalization. In 1998, EANDC was awarded the American Planning Association/HUD Secretary's Opportunity and Empowerment Award for the organization's effective residential infill and rehabilitation work. Working with the City of Akron, EANDC developed a retail shopping center (Middlebury Market Place) anchored by a full-service supermarket known as Dave's Supermarket in an underserved Akron neighborhood. Mr. Appleton continues to serve on a number of housing industry-related boards including the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati and the Ohio Equity Fund. He is a graduate of the University of Akron and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and holds a Master's Degree in Social Work.



Jeanne Golliher
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Ms. Golliher has served as President and CEO of the Cincinnati Development Fund since July 1998, following 16 years in community lending and advocacy as Vice President of Community Development for KeyBank. The Cincinnati Development Fund is a nonprofit lending consortium and certified Community Development Financial Institution that underwrites and services community development real estate loans that result in the creation or preservation of affordable housing or revitalization of urban communities. Ms. Golliher serves on numerous community boards and organizations, including the Hamilton County Development Corporation; Hamilton County Cabinet of Economic Advisors; Hamilton County First Suburbs Housing Task Force; Greater Cincinnati Local Initiative Support Corporation, Secretary-Treasurer for the Homesteading and Urban Redevelopment Corporation; Treasurer for The Woodward Trust; and member of the PNC Community Partners Advisory Board.



Dennis S. Guest
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Dennis Guest, retired, was the Executive Director of the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority for 24 years. Prior to joining CMHA in 1986, Mr. Guest worked at the Housing Authorities in San Francisco, Oakland, and Seattle. CMHA is authorized to provide Housing Choice (Section 8) vouchers for approximately 12,500 families in Franklin County. Additionally, in a partnership with eight other Ohio Housing Authorities and a private company, CMHA serves as Contract Administrator for 58,000 Section 8 project-based housing units throughout the state of Ohio and 6,100 Section 8 project-based units in Washington, D.C. Mr. Guest has served as a Trustee on the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (and affiliates) Board since 2010. In addition, he serves on several other boards including the Management Advisory Board for the Wallick Companies, the Joint Columbus and Franklin County Housing Board, Community Shelter Board Funding Collaborative, United Way of Central Ohio (various committees), National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies, Franklin County Prevention Institute/Drug and Alcohol Prevention, and the Ohio Housing Authorities Conference (past President). Mr. Guest has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan and has completed M.A. course work in Experimental and Behavioral Psychology at Western Michigan University and M.A. course work in Urban Policy and Administration at San Francisco State University.



John Lee
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Mr. Lee is currently a Director with Hilltop Securities. He is a former investment banker of RBC Capital Markets, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., and Kemper Securities. Mr. Lee has over 35 years of management experience in public and project finance, underwriting, trading and sales. Mr. Lee has served as a Trustee on the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board for a total of 24 years and previously served as a Trustee and Treasurer for the Ohio Historical Society Board. Mr. Lee holds an MBA in Finance from The Ohio State University.



Thomas T. Loos
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Mr. Loos retired from RSM McGladrey (formerly known as Hauser & Taylor) as a Partner after 34 years of service. Mr. Loos was responsible for all accounting functions and the financial reporting of the firm, as well as serving on the Management Committee. Mr. Loos maintained a significant client accounting and tax practice with specific emphasis on clients in the real estate and construction industries. In addition to annual financial statement and tax return preparation, the firm's client services included preparation of HUD and LIHTC cost certifications, review of syndication proposals for LIHTC projects, business valuations, cash flow studies, and forecasting for construction and real estate development entities. Mr. Loos has served as a Trustee and Treasurer for the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing and Ohio Equity Fund Boards since 2009, and previously served as the Treasurer for the Ohio Housing Council. He is a past member of the Midwest Assisted Housing Management Association and the Construction Financial Management Association. A 1972 graduate of John Carroll University, Mr. Loos was a member of the Ohio Society and American Institute of CPA's until his retirement in June, 2009.



Richard L. McQuady
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Mr. McQuady is currently the Director, Office of Affordable Housing, for the City of Lexington, Kentucky. Mr. McQuady retired from the Kentucky Housing Corporation after 28 years of service and was the CEO from October 2008 until November 2013. His experience in affordable housing includes strategic planning, budget development, financial statement preparation and analysis, as well as overseeing multifamily and single-family housing initiatives. Mr. McQuady is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Kentucky Society of CPAs and American Institute of CPAs. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Master's degree in Business Administration.



Angela Mingo
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Ms. Mingo serves as the director of community relations for Nationwide Children's Hospital and works closely with neighborhood and civic organizations. She has been instrumental in the implementation of the Healthy Neighborhoods, Healthy Families initiative, a five prong approach to neighborhood revitalization efforts on the city's Southside, led by Nationwide Children's Hospital. Ms. Mingo currently serves on the United Way of Central Ohio Home Impact Council. She is a mayoral appointed commissioner with the City of Columbus Community Relations Commission and serves on the commission's executive board. She is a member of the Columbus office of Minority Health Advisory Committee, a graduate of the Leadership Columbus 2012 Class, and participant in the Big Brother, Big Sisters mentoring program. Ms. Mingo was also recently appointed by Governor Kasich to the Ohio Lottery Commission.



Peg Moertl, Chair
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Peg Moertl joined Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) as President in April 2019. Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing is an independent non-profit affordable housing financial intermediary with a mission to advance the preservation, production, and management of affordable housing through collaborative partnership and innovative thought leadership. OCCH has raised and invested more than $4.5 billion in private corporate equity for Low Income Housing and Historic Tax Credit properties involving more than 840 transactions and 47,450 units of affordable housing in Ohio, Kentucky and surrounding states. In addition, OCCH created an affiliated property management and supportive services organization, Community Properties of Ohio Management Services, a lending subsidiary, Ohio Capital Finance Corporation, a certified Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI), and philanthropic arm, Ohio Capital Impact Corporation.
Peg came to OCCH from HCDC, a 36 year-old non-profit economic development agency that grows jobs and the economy through innovation incubation, small business lending, and development services. Prior to her work with HCDC, Peg served as Senior Vice President of Community Development Banking at PNC Bank for nearly 15 years, leading teams responsible for community development loans and investments, grant-making and sponsorships, along with increasing small business lending in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods using creative bank-community partnerships. Peg's experience includes serving as the CRA Market Manager for Banc One Management Corporation, (now JPMorgan Chase) where she learned about Housing Credits. While serving as the Acting Director of the National Federation of Housing Counselors, Peg began her career in housing and development issues.
Peg served as the Director of Development at the City of Cincinnati, Executive Director of Women Entrepreneurs Inc., and helped develop the region's first microloan program. She has served on boards of numerous community and economic development and human service agencies including Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Greater Ohio Policy Center, Urban League, Cincinnati Development Fund, Urban Land Institute, Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation, Catalytic Development Funding Corporation of Northern Kentucky, Cincinnati Equity Fund (3CDC) and Strategies to End Homelessness.
Peg has been recognized as one of Columbus Business First's Power 100 in 2019 and 2020, Cincinnati Magazine's 2019 Most Powerful Business Leaders, a YWCA Career Woman of Achievement, and among the Top 15 Ohio Women Business Leaders by the Ohio Women's Conference, along with honors from Cincinnati Development Fund, the Talbert House, the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency, the CDC Association of Greater Cincinnati, Avondale Comprehensive Development Corporation, Cincinnati Human Relations Commission and the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education. She is a graduate of Leadership Cincinnati Class XXIII.



Jeanne Schroer
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Ms. Schroer is the President/CEO of the Catalytic Development Funding Corp. of Northern Kentucky, a not-for-profit company that provides capital and development services to real estate developers and local governments undertaking projects in Northern Kentucky's river cities of Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue and Dayton. She has 37 years of experience as a real estate professional and holds the professional designation Counselor of Real Estate (CRE), a credential awarded to individuals invited by their peers into the membership of The Counselors of Real Estate. The credential signifies professional achievement in the real estate counseling profession and demonstrates peer recognition of outstanding intelligence, integrity, and judgment in real estate. In addition to her professional work, Ms. Schroer has been active in numerous community planning efforts and real estate professional organizations. She is a member of the Board of Advisors for Real Estate (BEARE) for UC's (University of Cincinnati) Real Estate Center and served as Chairman of UC's Real Estate Executive Advisory Committee (REEAC). Ms. Schroer also serves on the Executive Board of the Covington Business Council, the Foundation Board of Gateway Community and Technical College, the Board of Governors of the Metropolitan Club, the Campbell County Leadership Action Group, the PNC Community Development Advisory Board, and the LISC Advisory Board. S. Schroer graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Urban Planning and a Certificate in Economics. She also received a Master of Business Administration in Finance and Real Estate from Indiana University.



Susan E. Weaver, Secretary
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing Board; Ohio Equity Fund, Inc. Board

Ms. Weaver is the former Executive Director and founder of Community Housing Network., a non-profit corporation developing and managing affordable permanent housing for people challenged by mental health conditions, substance abuse and chronic homelessness in various stages of recovery. CHN has provided permanent supportive housing for Columbus and Franklin County for 30+ years and currently has more than 1600 scattered-site apartments in its' portfolio. The organization is a primary provider of supportive housing for the Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County and a partnering agency of the Community Shelter Board. Ms. Weaver has served as a Trustee on the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing and Ohio Equity Fund Boards since 1994 and is currently Vice-Chair of both boards. She has also served on the Joint Columbus Franklin County Housing Advisory Board, Franklin County Community Development Committee, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati Affordable Housing Advisory Council. Ms. Weaver has a Master's Degree from Purdue University.