Executive Vice President
Housing & Economic Development
With more than two decades of professional experience, Alfredo is an acknowledged leader, advocate and authority on developing large-scale affordable housing. He boasts extensive knowledge managing the underwriting of housing programs, including but not limited to low-income housing tax credits, state and federal housing programs and various private programs. His background includes manager of the Housing Division for the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission from 1991 to 2001, where he created the instrumental housing program in the City of Industry that became a key source of regional gap financing. From 2001 to 2011, Alfredo was vice president of acquisitions for the National Community Renaissance, where he was directly responsible for new development of more than 2, 000 units. As a respected industry expert, Alfredo has presented at forums and seminars for the Community Redevelopment Association, the Southern California Association of Nonprofit Housing - the region's trade and advocacy organization - and other industry groups. He has been a guest lecturer at UCLA, USC and other institutions, and has been a technical trainer in affordable housing for many years. Alfredo is a board member of SCANPH and serves on the Los Angeles County Affordable Housing Task Force.
Alfredo earned a Bachelor of Art's in Economics with an emphasis in applied math from UCLA, a Masters of Arts Degree Urban Planning from UCLA's Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, and his M.B.A. degree from the prestigious Anderson School of Management at UCLA.