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Diana Mclver

Diana McIver of Austin, Texas is owner and President of Diana McIver & Associates, Inc. (DMA), a real estate consulting firm specializing in providing assistance to nonprofit organizations that are developing affordable housing and special needs housing. DMA provides development and financial consulting services to a national clientele. Since 1979, DMA has assisted nonprofit housing developers in 41 states obtain more than $600 million in funding commitments for affordable housing designed to serve low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities primarily through federal and state grants, loans, and mortgage insurance programs. Ms. McIver also owns DMA Development Company, LLC, a real estate development company she founded in 1998 for the purpose of developing affordable housing under the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program. DMA Development Company specializes in meeting housing needs in rural areas and has successfully completed construction on three affordable family properties in Luling, Gonzales, and Mathis, Texas. DMA Development Company will begin construction on a 48-unit mixed income tax credit senior development in Llano, Texas, in June 2001.

Ms. McIver has a 25-year history in special needs housing. She was formerly staff with the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging; and also Director of Elderly Programs for the National Center for Housing Management. She has designed, developed and delivered training programs across the nation on such topics as congregate housing for the elderly; HUD Section 202 housing, Section 8 housing, Section 515 housing, and management of housing for the elderly. Ms. McIver serves on the Boards of several nonprofit housing organizations, and is active in several State and National Associations including the Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Providers, the Texas Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies, the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging, and the National Council of State Housing Agencies.

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