Cinnaire is proud to announce that Jim Logue has been inducted into the Affordable Housing Finance Affordable Housing Hall of Fame for his longstanding commitment to accessible, equitable housing.
Recognized as being industry champions, pioneers, leaders and advocates for better housing programs and policies, the AHF Hall of Fame Inductees were honored at AHF Live: the nation’s leading affordable housing conference held November 13-15 in Chicago.
Logue joined Cinnaire in 2003 and currently serves as executive vice president Emeritus, Policy and Advocacy. Prior to joining Cinnaire, he spent 12 years as executive director of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. Before coming to Michigan, Logue held positions including executive director of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, director of programs and policy at the National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) and deputy assistant secretary for multifamily housing programs at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C.
Logue also served as president of NCSHA and chaired its best practices committee for the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. Nationally known as an expert in affordable housing, he has testified before Congress on housing policy and assisted in the development of federal housing programs at the invitation of members of Congress.
“Jim is not only a respected colleague, but he is also a friend and was alongside me when we first started the Michigan Capital Fund at a card table,” said Cinnaire CEO Mark McDaniel. “His heart is in this work and his vision, passion and wisdom have guided us to where we are today, now celebrating 30 years as Cinnaire.”
Other inductees for the 2023 AHF Hall of Fame included Jonathan Rose, founder of Jonathan Rose; Jenny Netzer, industry principal of TCAM; Joseph Reilly, president and CEO of The Community Development Trust; and John Rucker, managing director of Stifel.