Bill has extensive experience in the corporate, not-for-profit, and entrepreneurial worlds. Since 2005, the New Markets Tax Credit program has been his focus. During that time, he has closed multiple NMTC deals for not-for-profit agencies, totaling $105 Million, through CFG’s work as a consultant and as an Allocatee of New Markets Tax Credits.
Bill is actively engaged in the community through participation on several not-for-profit boards of directors. Bill’s community work is with non-profit agencies within the Seattle community, dealing primarily with homeless and disadvantaged adults and children. He also participates philanthropically, and has chaired several capital campaigns.
John joined Community Funding Group in 2008 and has been an integral component of the organization’s asset management and project consulting since that time. He manages CFG’s ongoing relationship with four active NMTC projects in the state of Oregon, ensuring that projects are cash flowing as foreseen in the NMTC financing structure, and that compliance requirements are being met with the CDFI Fund, the federal agency that oversees the program. John has also written Community Funding Group’s CDFI Allocation Application for the 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011 rounds.
Prior to joining Community Funding Group, he enjoyed a successful nine year career as an information technology professional, as both an employee and a consultant. Most recently he worked for Sharp Healthcare, San Diego County’s leading healthcare provider. There he created the enterprise-wide Identity Management Database, which tracked application access for employees, physicians and outside vendors. Before entering the IT profession he was a sergeant in the Marine Corps. During his 5 year tenure as a Marine he assumed increasing responsibilities – both technical and supervisory.