Assistant Project Manager
Corien John joined NHPF in 2016. As an analyst for the Affiliate program, he works to increase the number of joint venture partnerships NHPF creates with other not-for-profits and public housing authorities. Mr. John plays a key role in establishing and fostering the growth of strong relationships for NHPF with state
Jordan Johnson joined the Acquisition and Development team at the Foundation in 2015. As an affordable housing real estate professional, Mr. Johnson specializes in the key areas of predevelopment, construction, development and asset management. During his tenure at NHPF, Mr. Johnson has been
housing finance and local elected officials. These include but are not limited to elected City Council officials and appointed local community board members. Mr. John’s work was critical in establishing a relationship with Faith Gospel Assembly Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, resulting in an agreement to construct a $50 million mixed-use project. In 2016, he was also part of the team that successfully created a new relationship with the Yonkers (NY) Housing Authority to redevelop 447 public housing units with a total development cost of $130 million. The Yonkers redevelopment project is part of the HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program. Mr. John has over 10 years of successful client service and key account management experience in the financial service arena. Prior to joining NHPF, Mr. John held a variety of senior level analyst roles at Bear Stearns & Co. and BNY Mellon. Most recently, Mr. John served as an Analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he coordinated all trading activity for eight financial analysts covering a range of fixed income and equity products. Mr. John has a B.S. in Business Management from Saint Peter’s University.
responsible for managing recapitalization and supplemental loans in excess of $16 million for construction. Mr. Johnson has also prepared and submitted Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program applications, as well as tax credit applications in New York, Illinois and Massachusetts. Mr. Johnson has been an instrumental member of the development team. Mr. Johnson’s resourceful management of construction budgets has led to significant project cost savings, providing additional capital funds which have been used to address critical structural property needs. Prior to joining The Foundation, Mr. Johnson demonstrated his unique set of skills as he managed more than $80 million in new construction and modular and adaptive reuse projects throughout New England. Mr. Johnson’s additional experience as a construction site superintendent, assistant construction manager and asset manager has led to his multifaceted success as a development project manager; overseeing several of these roles on the same projects and multiple projects simultaneously. While participating in development from conception through asset management, Mr. Johnson became familiar with the compliance and administration of a variety of funding requirements. He received a B.A. from Indiana University and an M.B.A. from Brandeis University.
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