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Douglas J. Bystry has been providing financial services to low-income communities for over 30 years. Mr. Bystry, in his professional career, has successfully raised and deployed over $2 billion for low-income and distressed communities. Much of this capital has been deployed through Clearinghouse Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), which he founded in 1996 and continues its leadership as its President and CEO.
Mr. Bystry is regarded as a leader in the community/economic development and minority wealth strategies. He is frequently asked to speak at industry conferences and seminars. He is an expert in NMTCs and Native American community revitalization efforts. He has funded over $100 million in projects benefiting Indian Country and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Native American Natural Foods, makers of the Tanka Bar.
Mr. Bystry previously served as a City Council member and Housing Commissioner in the County of Orange, Ca. He chairs the California Organized Investment Network (COIN) Advisory Board, working to increase insurance industry community investments in that state. Mr. Bystry serves on several other local non-profit boards promoting affordable housing and economic development. He is a UCLA graduate, married with two sons.
Ms. Ollendorff is involved with all aspects of lending in the low-income communities CCDFI serves. This includes non-profit technical assistance, loan term negotiations, and post close credit issues. Ms. Ollendorff oversees staff under her direction in processing and underwriting the loan requests submitted to the CDFI for consideration. She understands the flexibility needed to underwrite challenging Core and NMTC community loans. In addition, she works with Loan Servicing regarding all current borrowers experiencing problems making payments
Ms. Ollendorff has over 20 years of experience in underwriting and is regarded as an expert in underwriting community development projects. Prior to working for Clearinghouse CDFI, Ms. Ollendorff had many years of experience in upper management for several mortgage companies.
Ms. Ollendorff serves on the MUFG/Union Bank Corporate Social Responsibility Advisory Board and is a board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Tustin and Serves on the board of El Sol Charter School in Santa Ana. Education: Bachelor of Art, Cal State Polytechnic University of Pomona, School of Business.
Mr. Mombeleur heads the CCDFI FVLCRUM Fund partnership. He is well versed in strategic partner relationship management. His strong analytical background includes risk assessment, budgets, financial management, and negotiation.
Mr. Mombeleur has directed all aspects of lending, capital investment, and loan portfolio management. He is experienced with growing businesses from inception to maturity and developing opportunities to yield sustainable, unrestricted funding sources.
Mr. Mombeleur has diverse background in community development, brand/reputation risk management, diversity/inclusion initiatives, operational management, and business development. He is also an expert facilitator and coach possessing an acute community awareness critical to the advancement of ongoing CRA initiatives and CSR strategies.
Mr. Mombeleur holds an MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management-Chicago, IL and Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Ms. Enssle has worked in the banking and financial services industry for over 38 years.
Ms. Enssle has extensive experience in finance, capital markets and corporate treasury for public and private financial institutions. She spent the past 20 years in senior management positions in finance and treasury divisions for banks that ranged in asset size from $500 million to $20 billion. Ms. Enssle served as a Board Member for Clearinghouse CDFI from 2009 until August 2018. In this role, she chaired the Board ALCO Committee and served on the Asset Review Committee. In August 2018, Ms. Enssle joined Clearinghouse CDFI as CFO.
Mr. Gordon leads Clearinghouse CDFI’s lending activities in Arizona, and supports the Clearinghouse CDFI Native American Advisory Board. Prior to joining Clearinghouse CDFI, Mr. Gordon was the founding President of Arizona MultiBank Community Development Corporation, the heritage nonprofit CDFI that preceded Arizona MultiBank, a Division of Clearinghouse CDFI.
Before returning to his home state of Arizona in 1991, Mr. Gordon was Senior Vice President of the legacy economic development bank to the New York City Economic Development Corporation (www.nycedc.com). Mr. Gordon currently serves on the Investment Committee of the Arizona Community Foundation’s Community Impact Loan Fund. He served as Chair of the Phoenix Local Advisory Committee of Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and Chair of its Credit Committee. Mr. Gordon was a founding Advisory Board member of a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) licensed Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) and the SBA has recognized Mr. Gordon as a “Small Business Financial Services Champion of the Year”. Mr. Gordon taught the small business lending course at the National Community Development Lending School. Mr. Gordon is a former VISTA volunteer, and received his Bachelors from Yale College and Masters from Harvard University.
Mr. Harrison manages Clearinghouse CDFI’s New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program having successfully closed over $350 million in these transactions. Mr. Harrison also works to structure and negotiate transactions with investors. He has successfully closed over $200 million in debt and equity transactions with our investment partners since joining the company in 2007.
Prior to joining Clearinghouse CDFI, Mr. Harrison spent over twenty years in managerial positions in the regulated financial services industry. Most recently he served as the SVP, Treasurer of a six billion dollar, publicly traded financial institution where he managed an investment portfolio of over $1 billion. Mr. Harrison also managed over $2 billion of wholesale funding sources including FHLB, State treasury programs and private repurchase agreements.
Ms. Bonney, as Clearinghouse CDFI’s Chief Administration Officer, is responsible for the operation and administration of the corporation. She oversees human resources, corporate risk management, technology and compliance. She also manages the investor relations for the company including shareholders, creditors, and New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) participants. Ms. Bonney earned a Master’s Certification in Human Resources from Cornell University and a Master Certificate in Business Management.