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Multifamily Programs and Compliance Personnel News
As many of you know, Tiffany Marthaler recently retired after more than 21 years of service with Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC). Throughout her time with KHC, Tiffany primarily worked with single- and multifamily affordable housing programs and spent the last four years of her career as Managing Director of Asset and Account Management. As one of KHC's partners, we know you share our sincere appreciation to Tiffany for her years of service to KHC and her commitment to our mission. She will be missed.
In response to Tiffany's departure, as well as the increased volume of multifamily production, KHC has split prior responsibilities of the Asset and Account Management Department. The Multifamily Compliance department was created and will manage all multifamily compliance responsibilities within one area. Mary Beth Smith, previous HQS Inspections Manager, has been promoted to the position of Managing Director, Multifamily Compliance. Mary Beth has been with KHC for more than 23 years and brings years of affordable housing experience to the department.  

The functions of asset management, as well as Design and Construction, previously housed in the Asset and Account Management Department, has been moved to the Multifamily Programs Department under the direction of Jeremy Ratliff.  The name of the Multifamily Programs Department has been updated to Multifamily Programs and Asset Management Department. 
Housing Credits Training and HCCP Exam
Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) Training Academy will be providing Housing Credits: Compliance Challenges and Solutions training and Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP) exam at the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Housing Authority, 300 West New Circle Road, Lexington, Kentucky. The training will be at 9 a.m. ET, Wednesday and Thursday, March 29 and 30, 2017. The training targets property management companies that are responsible for maintaining compliance with the LIHTC Program. The cost of the training is $150 for OCCH partners and $375 for non-OCCH partners. The exam will be on Thursday, March 30, from 2-5 p.m. ET, and the cost is $175.

For more information, please see the event flier. You may also contact OCCH's Lynn Logan at 614-224-8446, or email
Career Opportunities
KHC has the following positions available! Join us in helping Kentuckians find safe, quality, affordable housing.

Regional Field Inspector I - Part-Time
Multifamily Compliance
Salary range: $16.91 per hour - $21.13 per hour
Please respond by Monday, March 13, 2017.

Business Logistics Associate
Business Logistics
Salary range: $23,182 - $27,818
Please respond by Monday, March 13, 2017.
Full details are available on KHC's website, under About, Careers

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