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OUR SUPPORTERS AND TEAM

A TRIBUTE TO SISTER MARY HEYSER, RSHM

our supporters 2019 pic 1This year we said our last farewell to Sister Mary Heyser, RSHM, the founder of Florida Community Loan Fund. Her tenacity and untiring consensus building resulted in the creation of the Sunshine State’s first community development financial institution, bringing capital to low-income communities throughout Florida. While she always referred to herself as one of the founders, it was clear to many others that Sister Mary was the founder.

“Join me on this little journey of mine, if you will,” Sister Mary would often say; her invitation so inspiring and heartfelt, declining it was simply impossible. Her journey was to serve. And she served by never ceasing to find ways to bring resources to, and keep resources in, the communities in which she worked. Sister Mary’s work didn’t begin or end with FCLF. The financial institution she founded was just one stop among many in her lifelong journey of service.

She brought together community representatives, bankers, nonprofit practitioners, and religious leaders in pursuit of social and economic justice. Because of her vision, hundreds of millions of dollars have gone into underserved communities and nearly half a million low-income Floridians now have access to safe affordable housing, quality affordable health care, social services, or economic opportunity.

Sister Mary inspired our work and never stopped serving as the mission compass for Florida Community Loan Fund. She will continue to guide and inspire our work every day with her gentle but powerful mandate to help others live with dignity and opportunity.


INVESTORS AND SUPPORTERS

Religious Organizations

Adrian Dominicans
Allegany Franciscan Ministries
Archdiocese of Miami
Dignity Health
Diocese of Palm Beach
Diocese of St. Augustine
Diocese of Venice
Mercy Loan Fund
Mercy Partnership Foundation
Oblates of St. Francis de Sales
Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters
Religious Communities Impact Fund
Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary
School Sisters of Notre Dame (Maryland)
Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth
Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth
Sisters of Providence
Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Trinity Health
Union for Reform Judaism
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Financial Institutions and Corporations

American Momentum Bank
Axiom Bank
Bank of America
BankUnited
BB&T
BBVA Compass
BMO Harris Bank
Carlton Fields Jorden Burt Law Firm
CenterState Bank
Central Bank Southwest Florida
Comerica Bank
Fifth Third Bank
First Republic Bank
Florida Capital Bank
HSBC Bank USA, NA
IBERIABANK
Mercantil Commercebank
Mutual of Omaha Bank
Northern Trust
PNC Bank
Raymond James Bank
Regions Bank
Sabadell United Bank
Seaside National Bank & Trust
SunTrust Bank
Synovus Bank
TD Bank
Third Federal Savings & Loan
TIAA Bank
Trustco Bank
US Bancorp Community Development Corporation
US Bank, NA
Valley National Bank
Wells Fargo Bank
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Foundations

Bank of America Foundation
Erich and Hannah Sachs Foundation
The Father's Table Foundation
Florida Blue Foundation
JPMorgan Chase Foundation
PNC Foundation
TD Charitable Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

Nonprofit Organizations

Miami Homes For All
Opportunity Finance Network

Government Agencies

Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) Fund of the U.S. Department of the Treasury
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Food, Nutrition and Wellness

Individuals

Anonymous (donations from two individual investors)
The Simmons Family

Includes investors and supporters for the last three years.
“Wells Fargo is proud to support organizations creating affordable housing opportunities in Florida, like Florida Community Loan Fund and its commitment to improve lives and underserved communities across our state.” − Marilyn Drayton, Community Relationship Sr. Manager, FL & SE Region, Wells Fargo

BOARD AND COMMITTEES

Board of Directors

Susan Leigh, Chair | Principal, The Community Concepts Group
Marilyn Drayton, Vice Chair | Community Relationship Sr. Manager, FL & SE Region, Wells Fargo Bank
Judith Rimbey, OP, Treasurer | Buiness Office Assistant, Cardinal Newman High School
Victor Rivera, Secretary | Senior VP, Business Banking Market Executive, Central Florida, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Ana Castilla | Vice President, Community Development Manager, TD Bank
Jack Humburg | Executive VP, Housing, Development & ADA Services, Boley Centers, Inc.
Edward Kucher | VP Managed Care/Business Development, Community Health Centers of Pinellas, Inc.
Claire Raley | Senior VP, Community Development Officer, BankUnited, N.A.
Germaine Smith-Baugh | President and CEO, Urban League of Broward County
John Talmage | Director, Lee County Economic Development Office

Standing Committees

Lending Committee

Jack Humburg, Chair. Executive VP, Housing, Development & ADA Services, Boley Centers, Inc.
Miles Anderson, Mitigation Bureau Chief, Florida Division of Emergency Management
Bob Ansley, President, Orlando Neighborhood Improvement Corp.
Marilyn Drayton, Community Relationship Sr. Manager, FL and SE Region, Wells Fargo Bank
Ignacio Esteban, CEO, Florida Community Loan Fund
Tammy Haylock-Moore, Executive Director, Commercial Bank, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Jay Readey, Attorney at Law, Ginsberg Jacobs, LLC
Mike Sloss, Managing Director, ROC USA Capital
Donna Waldron, Executive Director, Heartfelt Florida Community Land Trust

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Finance Committee

Judith Rimbey, OP, Chair. Business Office Assistant, Cardinal Newman High School
Jose Luis de la Rosa, Senior VP, Community Development Banking, Bank of America
Edward Kucher, VP Managed Care/Business Development, Community Health Centers of Pinellas, Inc.
Claire Raley, Senior VP, Community Development Officer, BankUnited, N.A.
Ed Timberlake, Chairman, Central Florida Board, Seaside National Bank & Trust

New Markets Tax Credit Advisory Board

Judith Rimbey, OP, Chair. Business Office Assistant, Cardinal Newman High School
Lynn Brockwell-Carey, Executive Director, NeighborUp Brevard
Gwendolyn Dawson, Executive Director, Ocala Housing Authority, Former (founding) Board Member and Former Chair, FCLF
Patrick McNamara, LSCW, President & CEO, Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc.
Dawn Stanhope, President & CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County

Policy Advisory Committee

Claire Raley, Chair. Senior VP, Community Development Officer, BankUnited, N.A.
Marilyn Drayton, Community Relationship Sr. Manager, FL and SE Region, Wells Fargo Bank
Patrick McNamara, LSCW, President & CEO, Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc.
Shannon Nazworth, Executive Director, Ability Housing, Inc.


FLORIDA COMMUNITY LOAN FUND STAFF

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FCLF Executive Team

Ignacio Esteban, Chief Executive Officer
Tammy Thomas, Chief Financial Officer
Nelson Black, Chief Lending Officer
Joy Beaton, Director of Government Relations

Staff

Carelle Bailey, Finance Associate
Kelly Baldwin, Loan Portfolio Analyst
Janet de Guehery, Communications & Marketing Manager
Nanci Gardner, Loan Portfolio Administrator
Susan Holtrey, Loan Portfolio Manager
Rick Khan, Community Development  Loan Officer
Angela Kisling, Loan Portfolio Administrator
Willa Maddox, Grants Coordinator
Jessica Polk, Loan Portfolio Administrator
Rich Rollason, Development Officer
Cindy Ross, Community Development Loan Officer
Randall Simmons, Controller
Christian Thompson, Loan Portfolio Administrator
Jim Walker, Community Development Loan Officer

SUCCESS STORIES FROM OUR COMMITMENT TO FLORIDA’S COMMUNITIES

In these videos, hear from borrowing partners and Floridians who receive housing and social services as a result of FCLF financing.

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Pictured: Members of the FCLF Board & Ignacio Esteban, CEO | Wayne Densch Center groundbreaking | Orange Blossom Family Health construction progress | Central Florida Health Care’s visit from Rep. Darren Soto | Bishop Museum of Science and Nature’s Backyard Universe

Core Purpose FCLF exists to maximize opportunities for people and places outside of the economic mainstream.
Our Vision Opportunity and dignity exist for every person and community in Florida.
Our Mission Our expertise and capital make projects successful and help organizations improve lives and communities.