Webinar – Secrets of a LIHTC Investor

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Secrets of a LIHTC Investor

Friday April 28th at 12pm

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WHF is proud to present “Secrets of a LIHTC Investor” webinar featuring Beth Graham, Senior Underwriter at Enterprise Community Investment; Blanca Ramirez, Assistance Vice President of Acquisitions at Hudson Housing Capital; and Rada Lisitsa, Assistant Vice President / Capital Markets Relationship Manager at Wells Fargo’s Community Lending and Investment Group. These women offer a plethora of knowledge and know-how about investing in LIHTC. Join our webinar on Friday, April 28th at 12pm for a panel discussion about closing a deal with LIHTC.

Meet the Presenters:
Beth Graham PhotoBeth Graham has over 20 years of affordable housing and community development experience in the nonprofit and public sectors. Beth is currently underwriting Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) transactions in a 14-state region for Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. Beth has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Blanca Ramirez - Hudson Housing CapitalBlanca Ramirez joined Hudson Housing Capital in September 2012 as the Assistant Vice President of Acquisitions covering Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. In this position, Blanca provided technical assistance around housing development and finance, social service planning, and organizational development to developers of affordable and supportive housing. Blanca holds an MBA from Brandeis University and completed her undergraduate work at the State University of New York Binghamton.

radaRada Lisitsa is a Vice President / Capital Markets Relationship Manager at Wells Fargo’s Community Lending and Investment group. Based in Philadelphia, she underwrites tax credit equity investments for developers located in the Mid-Atlantic region. Her experience includes 9% LIHTC, historic tax credits, and tax exempt bond transactions, as well as 80/20 deals. Rada received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Drexel University.

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