About Us:
Since 1985, AHOME and the AHOME Foundation have worked to promote affordable housing opportunities for families of all income levels. AHOME has especially worked to promote workforce housing development and preservation that serves the needs of employees of the many businesses and corporations that call Northern Virginia home.

Congratulations are in order to our Board Member and AHC President Walter  D. Webdale.  The Arlington Housing Corporation (AHC) has been named the 2013 Regional Nonprofit Developer of the Year by the Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers (HAND). The award will be presented at the HAND annual meeting on June 11.  

Congratulations also in order to Conrad Egan, AHOME Board Member and "a leading national and local advocate for affordable housing and current Chairman of the Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC)" who "will receive the annual Senator Paul Sarbanes Award for Excellence in Community Service at the 22th Annual Affordable Housing Summit sponsored by the Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County on Friday, May 10, 2013 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Bethesda North Marriott Conference Center". 


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Board of Directors:
Officers 

AHOME President:
Jim Edmondson
Jim Edmondson has been in the real estate business as consultant, developer, property owner, and manager since 1972. Edmondson, a founding member of AHOME, is active in local affairs in Northern Virginia and for his alma mater (The University of Virginia (Darden School). Gov. Warner named him to the Virginia Board of Health in 2005. He is married to Jane Pasolli Edmondson, and they have four adult children. Edmondson has an A.B. in Economics from Princeton and an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia’s Darden School. 

AHOME Vice-President:
Carol Jackson (bio coming soon)

AHOME Treasurer:
Frank Malacane (bio coming soon)

AHOME Foundation President: 
Clark L. Massie
Clark Massie is the President of Tetra Corporation, a real estate development/brokerage firm specializing in the development and marketing of residential land and commercial office projects. Mr. Massie has been a member of Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA) since 1978 and was president in 2001. He is a life director of the Loudon Chapter. He has been a member of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce since 1978 and served as Chairman from 1993-1994. Mr. Massie joined the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance (NVTA) in 1994 and has been a member of the board since that year. He is currently serving on the Executive Committee. Mr. Massie has been a member and on the board of Directors since 2001 of Home Aid. He has also served as a member of several Fairfax County Task Forces; Centreville Study Task Force, Affordable Housing Task Force, Affordable Housing Preservation Task Force, Reston 2000 Task Force and Comprehensive Plan Task Force. 

AHOME Foundation Treasurer: 
Jerry Hopkins
Jerry Hopkins has lived and worked in the Fairfax area since 1969. During the 70’s, he organized and directed Community Ministry of Fairfax County, an advocacy organization that did research and led over 40 congregations to take action on issues such as affordable housing, problems of the elderly, and criminal justice.Mr. Hopkins served as a member and Chairman of the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority for 12 years. He is currently appointed by the governor as a commissioner of the Virginia Housing Development Authority. Mr. Hopkins is a past president of the Board of Directors of Chesterbrook Residences, Inc. which has built the first mixed income/affordable assisted living facility in Northern Virginia. He is also a member and Vice President of the Long Term Care Coordinating Council of the Fairfax Area.

AHOME Foundation President: 
Carson Lee Fifer (bio coming soon)

Board Members

Walter Alcorn (bio coming soon)

William L. Berry
William Berry has been an active proponent of affordable housing for over 20 years.  Mr. Berry serves on the Board of Directors of the HomeAid chapter of Northern Virginia, an organization that builds and renovates housing for the temporarily homeless and shelters for abused women and children. He served as President of the HomeAid chapter in 2004. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice, Inc., (LAWS), an organization that deals with domestic violence and maintains a shelter for abused women and children. In 2006 AHOME created a Special Lifetime Achievement Award to honor Mr. Berry’s many years of working for more affordable homes in Northern Virginia.

In 1984, Mr. Berry served as President of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and is currently a Life Director. He also has served on the Boards of Directors of the State of Virginia Home Builders. Mr. Berry is also a member of the Suburban Maryland Building Industry Association. Mr. Berry has received several awards for his many years of dedicated service to the building industry and to the community. Mr. Berry graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Business Administration and subsequently served as a jet bomber pilot in the Strategic Air Command of the United States Air Force.

Angela Booker (bio coming soon)

Gregory Brown
Greg Brown is the Vice President of Government Affairs for the National Apartment Association. In this role, he leads NAA’s public policy advocacy efforts at the federal, state and local levels. Mr. Brown has over 10 years of experience in housing and real estate issues, having previously worked for the National Association of Home Builders and the National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies. During much of his career he has focused on multifamily and affordable housing issues. Mr. Brown has a degree in political science from Texas A&M University and a Masters in Public Administration from American University in Washington, DC.

Paul P. Browne (bio coming soon)

Gregory L. Carter (bio coming soon)

Conrad Egan (Alternate #1)
Conrad Egan became president and CEO of the National Housing Conference (NHC) in January 2003, after serving for five years as NHC’s director of policy. Conrad’s involvement in community development and housing began 1965 when he worked on local housing activities in Detroit, Michigan. 
Mr. Egan's commitment to housing issues extends beyond the workplace into community service. He served for eight years as a commissioner for the Fairfax County, Virginia, Redevelopment and Housing Authority (FCRHA), and as chairman of the FCRHA for six of those years.

Janey George
Janey George is from New Mexico. Her husband was a Naval officer for 26 years. Upon retiring they stayed in the area to be close to children and grandchildren. Mrs. George worked as Administrative Assistant in a consulting office and was a realtor with Long and Foster for 10 years. She joined the League of Women Voters in 2006 and has been on the board since the fall of 2006. She became the president in 2009. Mrs. George started attending AHOME board meetings in 2007 and was soon elected to the foundation board. She is a member of the Fairfax County of the Committee of 100 as well as a member of the Western Fairfax County Women’s Club.

Bill Hanks (bio coming soon)

Bailey B. Hopple (bio coming soon)

Bonnie Kyte
Bonnie’s Real Estate Designations include: ABR, CIPS, CRS, GRI, SRES, CDPE. She was awarded the National Association of Realtor’s Green Designation after completing coursework providing extensive knowledge of green homes and buildings. She is a member of Who’s Who in International Real Estate, FIABCI, the Chamber of Commerce, Who’s Who of American Women, and an AAUW member. She has done volunteer work for the American Heart Association, the diabetes association, leukemia and has worked as a volunteer counselor at the Women’s Center in Vienna, VA.

Matthew Lopez (bio coming soon)

Ted Lunger (bio coming soon)

David G. McWatters (bio coming soon)

John Payne (bio coming soon)

Paula Sampson (Observer) (bio coming soon)

Michael Scheurer
Michael Scheurer currently heads the Virginia Housing Development Authority’s Northern Virginia Community Outreach efforts and is based in Reston, Virginia. He currently serves as a board member and advisor to several local non-profit housing development corporations including the Housing Association of Non profit Developers -HAND) and AHOME, and has served on a number of Northern Virginia commissions and task forces. Mr. Scheurer holds a BS and Masters Degree from Ball State University in Urban and Regional Planning. Mr. Scheurer also provides training on affordable housing development and finance.

Mark Silverwood (bio coming soon)

Del. James Scott (bio coming soon)

Rev. Jon Smoot, PhD (bio coming soon)

Walter D. Webdale (bio coming soon)

Irma R. Garcia (bio coming soon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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