Anne McCulloch : CEO, Housing Partnership Equity Trust
Ms. McCulloch joined HPET and HPET LLC in April 2017. As the Company’s CEO, Ms. McCulloch is responsible for all aspects of the Company’s business and operations.
Ms. McCulloch is a long-time financial services executive and affordable housing advocate. She joined HPET from Fannie Mae, where she was Senior Vice President of Credit and Housing Access with responsibility for expanding Fannie Mae’s business in emerging multicultural markets and expanding consumer access to sustainable mortgage credit and affordable housing. During her 18 year career at Fannie Mae, Ms. McCulloch was also Deputy General Counsel for Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Mortgage Business. In that role she provided leadership and legal advice across every aspect of multifamily housing ownership and finance, managing a 31 person legal team with responsibility for a $200 billion book of rental housing debt and equity investments. Prior to this position, Ms. McCulloch served as joint Chief of Staff to Fannie Mae’s Chief Executive Officer and first non-executive Chairman, providing a liaison between executive management, the Chairman and the board of directors. Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Ms. McCulloch held senior positions with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Resolution Trust Corporation. Ms. McCulloch began her career representing community and environmental groups in New Orleans, LA.
Ms. McCulloch holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Juris Doctor from Tulane University. She is currently chairman of the Tulane Fund Advisory Board and is on the Board of Governors of the National Housing Conference.
David Maggio: Vice President, Housing Partnership Equity Trust
David Maggio joined Housing Partnership Equity Trust in October 2013. As Vice President, he is responsible for the identification and evaluation of new acquisitions as well as the asset management of existing transactions.
David joined HPN from Fannie Mae, where he was the Director of Equity Asset Management and served as an officer of a wholly owned subsidiary real estate operating company created to preserve and enhance the affordability and sustainability of multifamily REO properties owned by Fannie Mae. As Director of Equity Asset Management, David led a team of Underwriters and Asset Managers tasked with the selection, management and workout of various LIHTC and Market Rate equity investments in multifamily real estate. He joined Fannie Mae from the Archon Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Goldman Sachs where he served in various asset management and underwriting capacities.
David holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from Binghamton University.
Alexandra Salvador: Controller, Housing Partnership Equity Trust
Alexandra Salvador joined Housing Partnership Equity Trust in August 2015 as Controller.
More recently, Alexandra served as Controller for Crossbeam Capital LLC, where she oversaw Fund consolidations and Fund reporting for investors. Previously, she managed the audit of 150+ entities as Audit Manager with Fairfield Residential Company LLC, and later headed the Property Accounting group, where she led monthly investor reporting and supervised a team of accountants. Alexandra also served as Accounting Manager for Triniti Corporation, a software integrations firm, and merged financial reporting processes for its US, Japan and India divisions. Along with expertise preparing financial statements for numerous companies, Alexandra has worked closely with the Acquisitions, Marketing and Asset Management teams to develop budgets.
Alexandra began her career as an auditor in public accounting, working with private and publicly-traded companies, nonprofits and school districts. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration/Accounting from San Diego State University, and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
Danté Thomas: Director, Housing Partnership Equity Trust
Danté Thomas joined Housing Partnership Equity Trust in October 2015. As the Director of Real Estate, Danté is responsible for collaborating with nonprofit partners to evaluate new acquisition opportunities and develop long-term strategies for the asset management of existing transactions.
Danté previously worked at the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) as a Development Officer, where he was responsible for structuring, underwriting, negotiating, and closing tax exempt mortgage revenue bonds and LIHTCs utilized to finance the acquisition, construction, and/or rehabilitation of affordable multifamily housing projects. Prior to joining DCHFA, Danté held several positions at Fannie Mae, including Senior Asset Manager of multifamily market rate equity and LIHTC equity investments, and Pricing Analyst for the Multifamily DUS Capital Markets and Pricing group.
Danté holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Georgia State University, and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Johns Hopkins University.
Mark Zeisloft : Interim Chief Financial Officer, Housing Partnership Equity Trust
Mr. Zeisloft joined HPET LLC and the Company in February 2016. Mr. Zeisloft is responsible for the Company’s financial strategy and capital raising efforts.
Mr. Zeisloft joins the Company from Trimar Advisers, LLC an advisory firm that he founded. Trimar provides strategic advisory services to boards of directors and executive management teams of community banks and investors in community banks across all facets of the credit risk management process, as well as to investors in real estate. Trimar was formed in 2014 to continue the strategic advisory business of its predecessor firm, Loan Management Solutions, LLC, where Mr. Zeisloft was a Principal/Managing Director. Prior to that role, Mr. Zeisloft served as a Director of Special Servicing for Centerline Capital, where he was responsible for resolving over $240 million of defaulted commercial real estate mortgages held within CMBS/CDO structures. Earlier Mr. Zeisloft spent twelve years at RREEF America, LLC (now known as Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management) as a Managing Director/Portfolio Manager where he managed over $10 billion of public equity investments on behalf of institutional and retail clients. Mr. Zeisloft began his career at The First National Bank of Chicago where he held a variety of credit risk management positions.
Mr. Zeisloft holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with Honors from the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University and an MBA in Finance/Accounting/Business Strategy from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Mr. Zeisloft is a Chartered Financial Analyst.