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Our Team

Churchill Stateside Group Team & Affiliates

CSG’s principals are industry veterans who have demonstrated lengthy commitments and successful track records. In fact, our entire team is exceptionally experienced. We’ve all worked hard to establish the connections necessary to finance and build real estate while structuring sound solutions that benefit our investor clients. Our business has always been about creating lasting partnerships. What this means for you is a partner that opens the lines of communication, thinks creatively, and approaches your financing needs in a flexible yet straightforward way. Expect direct communication and innovative solutions from our professional team.

  • Keith J. Gloeckl

    Chief Executive Officer

    Mr. Gloeckl began his career in the insurance industry with American General of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1974, Mr. Gloeckl formed Burne & Gloeckl Insurance Agency and grew the firm into a successful enterprise, which he sold in 1984. At that time, Mr. Gloeckl accepted a position as a Commercial Mortgage Banker with Midland Mortgage Investment Corporation, a company that originated multifamily construction loans throughout the United States. During the 1980’s the company grew significantly. In 1988, Mr. Gloeckl and two associates purchased the company and created a group of companies that became known as The Midland Companies. The companies specialized in construction, permanent and equity financing for conventional and affordable multifamily apartment complexes nationwide with an emphasis on tax credit properties.

    During this time, Mr. Gloeckl served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the organization, which grew to over 150 employees in 7 offices across the country. In addition to Midland´s long standing relationships with large municipal pension funds, Midland became a Fannie Mae DUS Lender and FHA/MAP underwriter which broadened the investment base options for its clients. Mr. Gloeckl has worked with a number of corporate investors throughout his tenure.

    In 1999, Mr. Gloeckl and his associates sold The Midland Companies to MuniMae (NYSE:MMA), and the company became known later as MMA Financial. Mr. Gloeckl continued to serve the company and its clients as Chief Investment Officer and a member of Senior Management Committee. During his tenure with MMA, Mr. Gloeckl was responsible for a range of functions across all debt and equity product types for all real estate finance business, as well as the supervision of Production, Underwriting, Closing, Secondary Markets, Tax Credit Origination, and various product development and management initiatives. Mr. Gloeckl also served as Trustee of the MMA Affordable Housing Group Trust and the MMA Multifamily REIT where he worked with various pension fund groups and proprietary funds.

    Since 1992, Mr. Gloeckl has been instrumental in the syndication of more than $1 billion of federal low income housing tax credits.

    Mr. Gloeckl is a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America and the National Multifamily Housing Council. Mr. Gloeckl has served as an officer for organizations such as Council for Affordable and Rural Housing, the Florida Council for Affordable and Rural Housing and is a member of various industry organizations. Mr. Gloeckl is a graduate of Walsh University and has served on its Board of Directors.

  • Devin Sanderson

    Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President

    Mr. Sanderson brings a wealth of experience providing financing solutions in both the debt and equity capital markets, including project identification, evaluation, financial modeling and structuring of tax advantaged transactions as well as managing the performance of staff and funds to maximize investor benefits and company profitability.

    Mr. Sanderson serves as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President at CSG.  As a thought leader in the company, his responsibilities include spearheading new product development initiatives for all available capital sources in the renewable energy, investment tax credit, and corporate financing space.  Mr. Sanderson provides the management, leadership and vision necessary to ensure that the company has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.

    In addition to his corporate duties at CSG, Mr. Sanderson leads the Renewable Energy Finance Group and is responsible for the development and financing of over $250 million in solar assets throughout the United States.  His responsibilities include identifying market trends, strategic investment, and tax credit equity for renewable energy projects through a broad range of financing sources including banks, insurance companies, and non-financial sector investors.

    Previously, Mr. Sanderson worked at Churchill Financial and served as Vice President responsible for the origination, analysis, negotiation and placement of Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and renewable energy debt and equity finance investments.  He managed many of the day-to-day operations, including overseeing the servicing and asset management of a $100M+ project portfolio, planning and development for Marketing, Finance & Accounting and Technology departments.

    Mr. Sanderson graduated from the University of South Florida, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and was awarded three varsity letters in football.

     

  • Vern Landeck

    Chief Financial Officer

    Mr. Landeck has a wealth of previous CFO experience, including tenure as CFO with two publicly traded companies. His diverse background in financial transactions includes rated securitizations of consumer and commercial debt pools, public and private equity, commercial real estate and renewable energy projects.  In addition to the aforementioned positions, Mr. Landeck was a Certified Public Accountant with KPMG in Chicago and currently holds a FINRA Series 79 license.  Mr. Landeck graduated with a BBA Major in Accounting & Finance from the University of Notre Dame.

  • Rex Tilley

    Senior Vice President, Chief Underwriter

    Mr. Tilley is responsible for all transaction risk assessments for CSG. Rex has more than 27 years of commercial real estate underwriting and valuation experience with the last 15 years focused on multifamily affordable housing.

    Prior to joining CSG, he was employed by AmeriNational Community Services as Director of Multifamily Services and by Oak Grove Capital as a Deputy Chief Underwriter. Prior to these positions, Mr. Tilley was employed for more than ten years by MMA Financial/The Midland Companies. During his tenure with MMA Financial/The Midland Companies, Mr. Tilley held the title of Fannie Mae Chief Underwriter and was in charge of staff ranging from 7 to 25 professionals responsible for underwriting, closing and servicing multifamily debt and equity investments. Prior to MMA Financial/The Midland Companies, Rex was employed by AmSouth Bank and Glendale Federal Bank in their real estate valuation departments.

    Mr. Tilley holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Florida State University and is a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in the State of Florida.

  • Marie Gottschlich

    Senior Vice President, FHA Chief Underwriter

    Marie has twenty four (24) years of experience working in the FHA finance industry. She began her career in 1 996 as a finance intern where she processed loan application packages and prepared construction loan distribution requests. From there her career grew to include underwriting loans with FHA insurance under the 223(a)7, 223(f), 221(d)(4), 232/223(f) and 232 loan programs.

    Marie also has proficiency in debt restructuring as well as underwriting loans with taxable and tax- exempt bonds, conduit bonds, LIHTC, State tax credits, and historic tax credits as the vehicle of financing. In 2001 Marie earned her MAP approval and in September of 2009 she earned her LEAN certification. In 2019, Marie attended the SWAC Conference where she received her certification for LIHTC PILOT Training.

    Marie also created an FHA training guide for origination staff which can be accessible via iPhone and Android. She holds an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago with concentrations in finance and international business and also received her B.A. in Russian. She currently works for Churchill Stateside Group as their FHA Chief Underwriter.

  • Anna Parks

    Deputy Chief Underwriter

    Anna Parks is the Deputy Chief Underwriter for Churchill Stateside Group, responsible for identifying risk in affordable and market rate multifamily housing debt and equity transactions throughout the United States.  Ms. Parks is also responsible for underwriting renewable energy debt transactions for the Renewable Energy Finance Group.  Ms. Parks has 30 years of commercial real estate experience including loan servicing, asset management and underwriting and closing multifamily debt and equity transactions totaling approximately $730M, with experience in underwriting secondary market purchases, tax-exempt bonds, taxable loans and affordable loans in the Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and USDA-RD 538 programs. Ms. Parks has also underwritten almost $50M of solar energy debt transactions.

    Prior to joining Churchill Stateside Group, Ms. Parks was employed for 25 years by MMA Financial in various positions within the loan servicing, asset management and underwriting departments, with the last 18 years focused on underwriting and closing multifamily affordable debt transactions.

    Ms. Parks graduated Cum Laude from the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.

  • Joseph Dedek

    Senior Vice President, Tax Credit Fund Manager

    Mr. Dedek is a Senior Vice President at CSG and serves as Tax Credit Fund Manager leading the fund management function, responsible for assembling, evaluating, structuring and monitoring Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), Historic Tax Credit (HTC) and Renewable Energy Investment Tax Credit (ITC) investment portfolios. Additional responsibilities include the coordination of tax reporting, quarterly and annual investor reporting, annual fund audits and tax returns. Mr. Dedek has over 15 years of experience managing investments in multifamily and commercial real estate portfolios.

    Prior to CSG, Mr. Dedek was the divisional chief financial officer with the Credit Suisse Tax Credit Group (CS) responsible for the general financial management and the oversight of the family of CS tax credit funds in excess of $850 million of invested equity. Before joining CS, Mr. Dedek spent seven years with the affordable housing and mezzanine debt and equity divisions of KeyBank Real Estate Capital Private Equity Group as its chief financial officer managing invested equity in excess of $1.3 billion. Mr. Dedek began his career at KPMG departing as a Manager in the audit practice.

    Mr. Dedek holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in accounting from John Carroll University and is a Certified Public Accountant.

  • Philip Peppert

    Vice President, Human Resources

    Mr. Peppert, Vice President, Human Resources for Churchill Stateside Group, is based in the Clearwater, FL. Mr. Peppert is responsible for all operational Human Resources requirements, as well as assessing and establishing policies and procedures to guarantee the company is compliant and incorporating the latest developments and trends. As CSG’s Chief Human Resource Officer, Phil is working to accelerate the company’s transformation through leadership, attracting and developing the best talent and building a culture of engagement and innovation.

    Mr. Peppert is a military veteran with 17 years of service in the British Royal Air Force. During his tenure, he was trained as a Human Resources specialist, was involved in global operations and held high profile positions, including NATO Command in Central Europe and the British Embassy in Washington DC.

    After retiring from the British Royal Air Force in 2008, Mr. Peppert transitioned to an administrative position with the Perioperative Department of Georgetown University Hospital. In 2015 he accepted a Human Resources position with Capital Novus, a global eDiscovery software company based in Fairfax, VA.

    Prior to accepting enlisting in the British Royal Air Force, Mr. Peppert attended Teesside University in the United Kingdom, studying a course in International Business Information Technology.

     

  • Daniel Duda

    Senior Vice President, National Director of Originations and Acquisitions

    Dan Duda is Senior Vice President, National Director of Originations and Acquisitions. Dan is responsible for overseeing debt and equity origination for both affordable and market rate properties across the United States. Dan previously served CSG as the National Associate Director of Originations and Acquisitions, East Coast Regional Director of Originations and Acquisitions, and as an Underwriter. Throughout his career, Dan has been responsible for originating loan and equity transactions totaling more than $500M.

    Prior to joining CSG in 2013, Mr. Duda served as a Financial Analyst at Investors Bank in New York City. He focused primarily on originating and underwriting multifamily, mixed-use, retail, and industrial loans in the Northeast.

    He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from East Carolina University. Mr. Duda sits on the Board of the Council for Affordable and Rural Housing (CARH) and is a frequent speaker at many industry events across the country.

  • Michael Spain

    Vice President, East Regional Officer

    Michael Spain is Vice President, East Regional Production Officer for Churchill Stateside Group.  Mr. Spain is responsible for originating debt and equity solutions for new construction, rehabilitation, acquisition and refinancing of both affordable housing and market rate properties within the eastern region of the United States.

    Prior to joining CSG, Michael was an associate attorney for Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel, LLP where he primarily focused on defending maritime and transportation claims. He also practiced in the areas of insurance defense, insurance coverage, property and casualty, workers compensation and wrongful death and personal injury defense.

    Michael obtained his Juris Doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law; earning the book award in Trusts & Estates Drafting. During law school, Michael was a member of the Mock Trial team and a legislator for the Student Bar Association. As an advocate, he placed runner-up at the Carolinas Mock Trial Tournament and was a finalist in the Spohrer & Dodd Closing Arguments Competition.

    Prior to law school, Michael worked as an assistant project manager and quality inspector for a residential construction company based in Amelia Island, Florida.  He was in charge of preparing contracts and estimates and reviewing construction and building plans to ensure compliance with current building codes, local ordinances and zoning regulations.  In his spare time, Michael is an avid golfer and stays involved in his community.

     

     

  • Alex Holverson, MSRE

    Vice President, Midwest Regional Officer

    Alex Holverson is the Vice President, Midwest Regional Officer for Churchill Stateside Group, working from the company’s Chicago office.  Alex is responsible for debt and equity originations on affordable and market-rate properties across the Midwest Region.  For 5 years Alex was the Production Manager and VP of Production for CSG, responsible for structuring debt and equity financing on new projects to prepare them for underwriting.  In addition he was also the liaison for CSG’s warehouse sources, managing the terms and conditions of various debt and equity products.

    Prior to joining CSG, Mr. Holverson was a commercial property claims adjuster for a nationally recognized insurance company.  Mr. Holverson received his Master’s in Real Estate from the University of South Florida, and a BS in Finance with an emphasis on Real Estate from the University of Missouri.

  • Sean Smith

    Vice President, Production

    Sean Smith is the Vice President, Production for Churchill Stateside Group and is responsible for the risk analysis of potential debt and equity investments with finance structures utilizing tax credits and various government and conventional loan programs. Mr. Smith holds a Florida State Certified-General Appraisal license with a background in commercial real estate valuations and market feasibility analysis.

    Prior to joining Churchill Stateside Group, Mr. Smith was employed with Value Tech Realty Services as a staff appraiser and market analyst. He specialized in HUD MAP feasibility studies and valuations for both affordable and market-rate apartments. In addition, Mr. Smith consulted for multifamily developers and advised regarding due diligence, development trends, and site selection.

    Mr. Smith graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. Prior to returning to school and completing his degree, he served seven years in the U.S. Army.

  • Lois Pemberton

    Vice President, Transaction Coordinator

    Mrs. Pemberton is a Vice President at CSG and provides support to the team through the effective organization of various due diligence requirements and the processing of loans through HUD, USDA Section 538 and other lending sources.

    Lois brings to the team more than 20 years of commercial real estate finance and banking experience and has previously held positions in Credit, Underwriting and Commercial Banking. After roles in commercial banking, she joined the Midland Companies where she held various positions in underwriting and loan delivery management. As Vice President at Midland, she was instrumental in the implementation of the loan delivery processes to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and other secondary market sources. Throughout her career, Lois has been responsible for the successful packaging and delivery of loans totaling $2.3 billion.

    Lois has extensive experience as a liaison between lenders, borrowers, legal counsels, title agents, and various parties to ensure the successful funding for many types of transactions.

  • Amr Fawzi

    Senior Vice President, Loan Servicing and Asset Management

    Mr. Fawzi joined CSG as Senior Vice President, Loan Servicing and Asset Management. Mr. Fawzi is responsible for overseeing the servicing and asset management functions, inclusive of the operational and compliance functions for the CSG portfolio. Mr. Fawzi has more than 25 years of combined commercial and residential real estate experience, with the last 16 years within Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Debt and Equity Asset Management, performing portfolio surveillance on both market rate and multifamily affordable housing transactions. Mr. Fawzi also has renewable energy experience, setting up Fannie Mae’s Green Program Asset Management, which included Solar installations as well as energy and water efficiency property improvements. The remainder of Mr. Fawzi’s real estate experience was in commercial banks and mortgage entities. Mr. Fawzi also has more than 7 years’ experience in equity fund management and a broad range of capital markets activities at Lazard and EFG-Hermes.

    Mr. Fawzi is a member of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America, where he is a member of the Property Inspection Review Task Force and Servicer Council, the Commercial Real Estate Finance Council, where he is a member of the Investor Reporting Committee and the National Multifamily Housing Council.

    Mr. Fawzi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and a second major in International Business from the American University, Washington DC and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Maastricht School of Management in the Netherlands.

  • Linda Carroll

    Vice President, Loan Servicing

    Ms. Carroll serves as CSG’s Vice President, Loan Servicing and brings more than 25 years of mortgage banking experience to the team. She began her career with MMA Financial/The Midland Companies as a Loan Closing Coordinator. Ms. Carroll was responsible for processing monthly construction draws, preparing loan documents for investors and coordinating wire transfers.

    During her 20 year tenure with MMA/Midland, Ms. Carroll served as Vice President of the Loan Administration Department and as Vice President/Closing Support Manager. As part of her responsibilities, she developed and implemented loan closing policies, procedures and processing manuals, and met daily deadlines for processing millions of dollars in construction loans and tax credit equity installments.

  • Jackie Friend

    Vice President, Loan Servicing

    Ms. Friend serves as CSG’s Vice President, Loan Servicing and is a seasoned, results-oriented professional who brings more than 30 years of commercial real estate finance and banking experience to the team.  She has previously held positions as a real estate paralegal and served as Vice President of Construction and Permanent Loan Servicing with MMA Financial. As Vice President at MMA, she was responsible for successfully managing a team whose portfolio was comprised of over 900+ loans valued at over $5 billion.   She has experience in multi-family tax-exempt and credit-enhanced Bond loan servicing, taxable construction and permanent loan servicing, commercial and residential loan closings and Low Income Housing Tax Credit asset management.

     

  • Beth Bastas

    Loan Servicing Analyst

    Ms. Bastas serves as CSG’s Loan Servicing Analyst, and brings more than 29 years of mortgage banking experience to the team.  Beth is primarily responsible for the processing and servicing of CSG’s permanent loan portfolio, along with assisting in the maintenance of the construction loan portfolio.  She began her career in the mortgage banking industry in downtown Philadelphia, and has since successfully managed up to $1 billion of CRE loans at any given time throughout the years in Pennsylvania, and then for the past 19 years in Florida.  Ms. Bastas has extensive experience in servicing both performing and distressed properties.

    Ms. Bastas graduated from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ, and received a Bachelor’s of Science degree Magna Cum Laude in International Business.  She is also a licensed Mortgage Loan Originator in the State of Florida.

  • Regina Dvorak

    Loan Servicing Analyst

    Regina Dvorak serves as a Loan Servicing Analyst at CSG. Regina brings extensive accounting expertise with her past experience in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction industries. Regina received both a Masters degree in Accounting and a MBA from the University of South Florida.

     

  • Marc DeBord

    Vice President, Asset Management

    Marc DeBord joined CSG as Vice President, Asset Management in the Clearwater, FL office. He brings over 10 years of industry experience where he will oversee compliance monitoring and risk assessment functions for the CSG portfolio.

    Previously, Marc served as Director, Asset Management for Jones Lang LaSalle Multifamily overseeing a team managing portfolio surveillance, compliance reporting and risk analysis of over $10B in Agency debt for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Life Company loans with a focus on multifamily affordable housing as well as market rate and seniors housing. Marc also worked directly with Borrowers and Lenders on adherence to green financed loan repairs and reporting requirements post-closing. Prior to JLL, Marc held roles with Freddie Mac Multifamily’s Asset Management & Operations team at their corporate headquarters including managing the Seller/Servicer operational performance review process across all business lines, leading client engagement initiatives and surveillance functions including risk analysis and compliance reporting.

    Marc graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. He has completed levels I & II of the Certified Commercial Mortgage Servicer designation with the Mortgage Bankers Association.

  • Christopher Thornton

    Asset Management Associate Analyst

    Christopher Thornton joined Churchill Stateside Group as an Asset Management Associate Analyst.  He assists in the monitoring and quarterly reporting of the CSG portfolio, with an emphasis on renewable energy.

    Mr. Thornton is an Eagle Scout and currently is working on his Associate degree at Saint Petersburg College, with hopes of transferring to USF for his Bachelor degree.

  • Edward “Skip” Santos

    FHA Underwriter

    Skip Santos is an FHA Underwriter and will focus on underwriting Multifamily loans to be processed through the HUD MAP Program.

    Mr. Santos began his banking career at Hibernia National Bank in 1989 in Credit Analysis where he received formal credit training.   As a commercial lender he specialized in Mortgage Warehouse and Commercial Real Estate.  During 2000, Mr. Santos became the bank’s chief originator for a partnership between Hibernia National Bank and Standard Mortgage of New Orleans focusing on the origination of multifamily loans to be placed in the permanent market through FNMA and conduits.

    Since 2001, Mr. Santos has concentrated on multifamily loan requests processed through the HUD MAP Program with responsibilities including origination, underwriting, and issuance of GNMA securities.    His experience in multifamily lending include:  Historic Tax Credits, LIHTC, affordable, market rate, and healthcare properties.

    Mr. Santos received his B.S in Accounting from Louisiana Tech University and an M.B.A from Loyola University.

  • Victoria Jones

    Underwriter

    As an Underwriter, Victoria is responsible for the risk analysis of potential debt and equity investments with finance structures utilizing tax credits and various government and conventional loan programs.

    She brings over 25 years of commercial real estate experience, with an emphasis on feasibility analysis, multi-family development and project finance. Prior to joining Churchill Stateside Group, Victoria was an executive at Meta Housing Corporation, an affordable housing developer based in Southern California. While there, she financed and coordinated the development of over 400 senior housing units utilizing allocations of low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, and conventional financing. Earlier in her career she was in charge of acquisitions and finance for a commercial real estate developer and a financial analyst for a national real estate syndicator.

    Victoria attended Pepperdine University and Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business.

  • Janel Salinas

    Underwriter

    Janel Salinas joined Churchill Stateside Group as an Underwriter responsible for identifying risk in both affordable and market rate multifamily housing debt and equity transactions throughout the United States. Ms. Salinas has experience in Real Estate Development, CRE Loan Closing and Asset Management with the emphasis in affordable housing including LIHTC, USDA-RD 538 and 515 programs, tax-exempt bonds, and VA transactions.

    Prior to joining Churchill Stateside Group, Janel leveraged her education from Temple University and background as a paralegal to become an influential affordable housing Developer at Shelter Resources Inc. in Western Washington.  While there, she coordinated financing; managed the involvement of nonprofit partners; wrote financing applications; and, supervised the development of new construction and rehabilitation projects including senior housing, workforce housing, and veterans housing units from concept to stabilization.  These projects utilized allocations of low-income housing tax credits, tax-exempt bonds, HOME funds, Housing Trust Funds, USDA RD and conventional financing.  Ms. Salinas also complements the team with extensive knowledge of the USDA RD 515 Transfer Application process.

  • Christina Thornton

    Assistant Vice President

    Mrs. Thornton is an Assistant Vice President at CSG and supports the underwriting team through the organization of various due diligence and the processing of transactions through HUD, USDA Section 538 and other lending sources.

    Chris brings more than 25 years of administrative and loan processing expertise from positions in the institutional and private investment management and commercial real estate finance industries. While with The Midland Companies, she held various positions in underwriting and focused on the loan delivery processes to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and other secondary market sources. During that time, Chris participated on a team that managed the packaging and delivery of loans totaling $2.3 billion. Chris’ prior employers also include AEGON USA, Inc., MetLife and Ameriprise Financial.

  • Lacey Steele

    FHA Loan Processor

    Ms. Steele is an FHA Loan Processor at CSG. She provides support with the closing of debt and equity transactions involving tax credit investments and multi-family affordable housing.
    She is responsible for the due diligence, borrower communications, committee presentations and processing governmental applications through USDA Section 538 and other lending sources.

    Ms. Steele joined Churchill Stateside Group as an Investment Assistant and quickly proved her value. Her skills allow her to provide dependable support to senior level managers to meet
    required transaction deadlines.

  • Cindy West

    Associate Loan Processor

    Cindy West joined the Underwriting Department of Churchill Stateside Group as an Associate Loan Processor responsible for processing and closing USDA 538 transactions.  She provides support to the underwriting team while her primary responsibilities include borrower communication, collection of due diligence, and the processing and submission of Loan Applications to USDA.   Ms. West has over 17 years of experience in the Real Estate Finance and Banking industries including 12 years combined as a Commercial Insurance Coordinator and Permanent Loan Specialist.

    Ms. West began her career at Mellon Bank in Pittsburgh and joined The Midland Companies shortly after graduating from Robert Morris University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.   She continued her professional career at other financial institutions before joining Churchill.

     

  • Benjamin Pemberton

    Associate Underwriter

    Benjamin Pemberton joined Churchill Stateside Group as an Associate Underwriter. Mr. Pemberton is responsible for preparing and maintaining underwriting models, as well as assisting with risk analysis of potential debt and equity investments with finance structures utilizing tax credits and various government and conventional loan programs.

    Mr. Pemberton graduated from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics and Finance.

  • Dana Carl

    Senior Staff Accountant

    Mrs. Carl joined CSG as a Senior Staff Accountant with an array of Accounting experience.  She graduated with honors in 2017 from Southeastern Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.  She worked with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, a native Indian tribe, focusing government contracting.

    Dana handles the Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payables and multiple tasks within the Accounting Department. Dana is hoping to complete her fifth year of Accounting in pursuit of her CPA License.

  • Sheila Siretz

    Staff Accountant

    Ms. Siretz comes to CSG as one of our Staff Accountants with more than 25 years of experience in Accounting. Sheila handles the Accounts Payable as well as other day to day functions within the Accounting Department. Her organizational skills and knowledge of accounting procedures is an integral part to keeping our Accounting office running smoothly and efficiently as we continue to expand.

  • Roxanne Walton

    Ms. Walton is responsible for the risk analysis of affordable and market-rate multifamily debt and equity transactions.  Ms. Walton has over 28 years of expertise in multifamily housing, including 23 years in underwriting and 5 years in asset management and special assets, with an emphasis on affordable housing.  Ms. Walton’s experience includes Fannie Mae, USDA-RD, tax-exempt bonds, LIHTC and historic tax credits.

    Prior to joining the CMI team in 2014, Ms. Walton was employed by Midland/MMA.  During her 21 year tenure at Midland/MMA, Ms. Walton served many roles, including Senior Vice President and Department Manager of Underwriting & Closing, Fannie Mae Chief Underwriter, Credit Officer, and Managing Director of Portfolio Management.  Responsibilities included management of 25 professionals responsible for underwriting and closing multifamily debt and equity transactions; development and implementation of company-wide affordable housing credit and underwriting policies; and management of over $1 billion of multifamily debt investments including special assets and dispositions.

    Ms. Walton graduated with Honors from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.