Board of Directors

Our Dedicated Leaders

We believe that strong governance and transparency are essential to our success as an effective, highly functioning organization. Cinnaire is guided by a Board of Directors – leaders in the public, business and nonprofit sectors – that bring a broad base of knowledge, experience and diversity to the table. Our Board is a team dedicated to our purpose of creating vibrant, healthy communities and we are grateful for the experience and wisdom each member brings to our organization. Here’s our Board.

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Chairman of The Board

Wendell Johns

Retired, Fannie Mae
Washington, D.C.

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Vice Chair

Michael J. Taylor

Senior Vice President/Western Territory
PNC Bank, Cleveland, OH

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Cinnaire Director

Amandula Anderson

Executive Director - Indiana Region, IFF

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Cinnaire Director

Derrick Collins

Dean, College of Business, Chicago State University
Chicago, IL

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Cinnaire Director

Tamara Dudukovich

Owner and Principal, Avenue Ventures, LLC
Pittsburgh, PA

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Cinnaire Director

Fred L. Green III

Executive Vice President, FLGA
Washington, D.C.

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Christine Hobbs

Cinnaire Director

Christine R. Hobbs

Retired, Freddie Mac Multifamily
Washington, D.C.

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Cinnaire Director

Brett Macleod

Executive Director, JP Morgan Chase
Washington, D.C.

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Cinnaire Director

Sarida Scott

Asst. Professor of Architecture & Community Development/Director, Master of Community Development Program, Univ. of Detroit Mercy 
Detroit, MI

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Board Secretary

Donald F. Tucker

Donald Tucker Consulting
Landrum, SC

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Board Treasurer

Paul J. Weaver

Retired, FHLBI
Indianapolis, IN

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Positively Impacting People's Lives

in total investments
in community impact
housing tax credit equity funds closed
community development loans extended totaling more than $695M+
housing developments under asset management (over 53,146 affordable apartments)
of NMTC allocation under management
jobs created and/or retained
square feet of commercial space financed
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Thirty Years Serving Our Communities

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