Harold D. Keller
Chair, CPO Impact Board President, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing

Mr. Keller has been with Ohio Capital Corporation since its inception; first as Director of Development and then as President since 1993. Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing is an independent, non-profit corporation created by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency in 1989. Mr. Keller oversees all corporate policy and fiscal affairs, including securing corporate investors for Low Income Housing Tax Credit equity funds and coordinating efforts to develop housing projects receiving equity investment from the Ohio Equity Funds. To date, Ohio Capital Corporation has raised more than $3 billion in corporate equity for LIHTC projects involving more than 675 transactions and 33,500 units of affordable housing in Ohio and Kentucky. OCCH also provides services on a range of affordable housing issues to state and local governments, financial institutions, public housing authorities, property management companies, as well as local non-profit and for-profit developers. OCCH has an affiliated property management and supportive services organization, Community Properties of Ohio Management Services, and a lending subsidiary, Ohio Capital Finance Corporation, a certified Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI). Mr. Keller has been involved in affordable housing for over 30 years as a consultant to state and local governments, an administrator of state and local housing programs, and as a neighborhood organizer and tenant advocate. He holds Master of Arts degrees in both Public Administration and Social Work from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Social Science from Case Western Reserve University. Mr. Keller serves on the boards of a variety of organizations including the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, YMCA of Central Ohio, Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio Housing Council, Habitat for Humanity of Ohio, National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders, National Leased Housing Association, National Housing Conference and the National Association of State and Local Equity Funds.


Daniel M. Slane

Mr. Slane is the founder of the Slane Company which developed 90 shopping centers and related commercial buildings in 12 states. The company also owns and operates five other companies in telecommunications, waste, lumber and ethanol with offices and operations around the world. Mr. Slane is the former Chairman of The Ohio State University Board of Trustees and the former Chairman of the University Hospital Board of Trustees. He currently serves on the board of HBNA Financial Corporation in Pickerington, Ohio


Susan E. Weaver
Vice Chair

Ms. Weaver is Executive Director and founder of Community Housing Network (CHN), a nonprofit corporation which has developed, owns and/or manages over 1,200 scattered-site supported housing units rented to people with mental illness, addiction disorders, or histories of homelessness. The agency is the primary provider of supportive housing for the Alcohol Drug and Mental Health (ADAMH) Board of Franklin County, and is a partnering agency of the Community Shelter Board in the nationally recognized Rebuilding Lives Program aimed at ending chronic homelessness in Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio. Ms. Weaver is a member of the board of the Joint Columbus Franklin County Housing Advisory Board, Franklin County Community Development Advisory Committee, and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati Affordable Housing Advisory Council


Robert Weiler, Sr.

Dr. Weiler serves as chairman of the board for The Robert Weiler Company, a developer of subdivisions, apartments, offices and industrial complexes in central Ohio. Prior to that, he served as an adjunct professor at The Ohio State University, Franklin University, and Capital University Law and Graduate School. With both his MAI and SREA designations, Dr. Weiler has served as chapter president of both organizations, now known as the Appraisal Institute. He is a past president of the Columbus Board of Realtors, member of the Society of Real Estate Counselors, and served as a director of the National Association of Realtors.


Thomas T. Loos

Mr. Loos was employed for 34 years by a regional CPA firm headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio and was elected to the partnership in 1980. He served on the management committee of the firm from 1995 to 2005 and was responsible for implementation of the firm's time and billing software system, oversight of all accounting functions, and the financial reporting of the firm. In addition to various firm administrative functions, Mr. Loos maintained a significant client accounting and tax practice with specific emphasis for clients in the real estate and construction industries. Early in his career, Mr. Loos served as the Chief Financial Officer of a diversified real estate developer in the Cleveland area. A 1972 graduate of John Carroll University, he was a member of the Ohio Society and the American Institute of CPA's until his retirement in June 2009. He currently serves as Treasurer of the Ohio Housing Council and is a past member of the Midwest Assisted Housing Management Association and the Construction Financial Management Association.


Grady P. Appleton

Mr. Appleton is the Director of East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation, a successful nonprofit development corporation that is working to revitalize the east Akron neighborhood. He has experience in tax credit development, home ownership, and commercial retail development; both rehabilitation and new construction.


Jeanne Golliher

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

Mr. Guest began his career with the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) in 1986 and recently retired as its Executive Director. CMHA is authorized to provide Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8) for approximately 12,500 families in Franklin County. These programs allow for the distribution of over $77 million to rental property owners in the county. With a $20 million operating budget, CMHA owns and/or manages 3,147 public and private apartments. 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. He serves on several boards: Funders Collaborative of the Community Shelter Board; Joint Columbus and Franklin County Housing Advisory Board; Housing Vision Council of United Way; and President of the Assisted Housing Services Corporation.


John Lee

Mr. Lee serves as a Director for OCCH and OEF Inc. He is a former investment banker of RBC Capital Markets, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., and Kemper Securities. Mr. Lee has over 30 years of management experience in public and project finance, underwriting, trading and sales.


Richard L. McQuady

Mr. McQuady was affiliated with the Kentucky Housing Corporation for over 28 years before his retirement, serving most recently as the chief executive officer. Prior to that position, he served as chief financial officer, chief program officer, and controller. While at KHC, Mr. McQuady was responsible for both finance and program areas including audit, accounting, homeownership, and multifamily production. He has also assisted in directing KHC's strategic planning process and participated in corporate-wide decision making and policy issues. Prior to joining KHC in 1985, Mr. McQuady served as internal auditor for a Lexington, Kentucky hospital and spent five years in public accounting. Mr. McQuady is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Kentucky Society of CPAs and American Institute of CPAs.


Angela Mingo

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.