Roberto Jiménez, CEO
916.453.8400 (ext. 224) |
Roberto Jiménez is CEO of both Mutual Housing California and Mutual Housing Management. He brings a deep understanding of community building opportunities for residents in multifamily housing. He served as Executive Director of Farmworker Housing Development Corporation (FHDC) in Woodburn, Oregon from 2005-2016, during which time he tripled the size of FHDC’s affordable housing portfolio, developed or rehabbed 330 units of diverse multifamily housing, and managed a variety of resident services programs. He then launched and was CEO of Evolve Workforce and Property Management, a non-profit third-party property management organization with a focus on providing job training opportunities to manage affordable rental housing. He comes to Mutual Housing from the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation in Ventura, CA, where he served as Real Estate Development Director. He has a diverse background in training, writing and communications for the non-profit sector, including expertise in advancing diversity and inclusion. He has led multiple successful housing policy efforts at the national level as well as in the state of Oregon, including advocacy around issues specific to farmworkers and Latinos. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon in Comparative Literature and completed the NeighborWorks® Achieving Excellence executive education program at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Julie Goldfine, Chief Financial and Operations Officer
916.453.8400 (ext. 213) |
Julie Goldfine is the Chief Financial and Operations Officer and is responsible for overseeing accounting, asset management and information technology for the organization. She has twenty years of progressive financial accounting experience working with private and nonprofit organizations. Ms. Goldfine has spent half of her career in the tax credit industry, working on bond financing, loan conversions, cost certifications and evaluating the financial feasibility of Section 42 tax credit projects. Prior to joining Mutual Housing, she worked for St. Anton Partners, LLC for eight years as the company’s Chief Financial Officer/COO. In addition, she was the Accounting Manager for Parker Development Company, a land developer, homebuilder and property management company. Ms. Goldfine has extensive experience working with developers, contractors and property management companies. Her background includes assisting companies in establishing policies and procedures, setting up the accounting systems, implementing the financial reporting processes and streamlining operations. She started her career in public accounting working for local CPA firms and obtained her CPA license in 1998. Ms. Goldfine has a Bachelor of Accountancy from the University of San Diego.
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Bryan Dove, Director of Asset Management
916.453.8400 (ext. 217) |
Bryan Dove monitors the performance of Mutual Housing’s portfolio of multifamily housing. He plans for future physical improvements, evaluates refinancing opportunities, prepares for investor exits, and ensures that properties have updated sustainability plans. Mr. Dove evaluates opportunities for installation of solar photo voltaic panels on existing properties, implementation of water saving measures, and installation of communitywide wireless infrastructure. Before joining the staff of Mutual Housing in 2013, Bryan Dove had more than 10 years of experience developing affordable housing throughout California and Massachusetts. He worked with the Monterey County Housing Authority, private affordable housing developers and non-profits. Mr. Dove has received the designation Certified Housing Asset Manager – CHAM from the Consortium of Housing and Asset Management. He has also received his Green Building Professional certification from Build it Green. He has a master’s degree in Urban Design and Planning with a specialization in Real Estate Development from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree from UC Irvine. Among many other accomplishments, Bryan is proud to say that he is a four-time finisher of the Boston Marathon.
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Anne-Marie Flynn, Community Development Officer
916.453.8400 (ext. 220) |
Anne-Marie Flynn is the Community Development Officer, responsible for overseeing our Resource Development, Community Organizing, and Communications departments. Ms. Flynn manages the complex inter-departmental relationships to ensures the long term sustainability of Mutual Housing California by ensuring their collaboration increases our donor and programs support. She has more than 20 years of experience in non-profit management and development in the Sacramento Region. As a staff person and consultant, Anne-Marie has assisted many local organizations develop and implement programs, train staff and volunteers and raise funds to support our communities. Ms. Flynn has a B.A. in Sociology from University of California at Los Angeles, and an M.S. International Agricultural Development from University of California at Davis.
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Holly Wunder Stiles, Director of Housing Development
916.453.8400 (ext. 216) |
Holly Wunder Stiles has 20 years experience in the area of affordable housing development and finance. Before joining Mutual Housing, she served as Community Development Loan Officer for Rural Community Assistance Corporation, working to provide financing for affordable housing, community facilities and water and waste water projects in rural communities, with an emphasis on housing for agricultural workers and their families. Prior to that, Ms. Wunder Stiles was Project Manager for South County Housing in Gilroy, California, where she had responsibility for single-family self-help development as well as multifamily new development and rehabilitation projects. She holds a M.A. in public policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a B.A. in Political Science from Stanford University.
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Fernando Cibrian, Director of Community Organizing
916.804.9650 |
Fernando Cibrian oversees community organizing, community building and leadership development for Mutual Housing families. He has 18 years experience as a community organizer and board member with the PICO National Network and PICO California, which focused on leadership development and community empowerment through policy campaigns targeted at improving conditions for lower and moderate income families. At PICO he helped develop the network’s civic engagement and voter development strategies. He is a former board member of the Santa Ana Federal Empowerment Zone Board that worked to foster economic opportunities for Santa Ana’s designated federal empowerment zone. He holds a Bachelor of Science from the California State University, Pomona.
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Kenneth Brackenhoff, Director of Property Management
916.469.3942 (ext. 226) |
Kenneth Brackenhoff is Director of Property Management for Mutual Housing Management, Mutual Housing’s property management division. He is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of all of the Mutual Housing properties. Mr. Brackenhoff has more than 30 years of affordable property management experience. Prior to joining Mutual Housing, he was the President of an affordable housing development and property management company in Los Angeles. He subsequently started his own property management company, which managed over 7,500 units of low-income housing tax credit, Section 8 and other affordable housing programs in communities located throughout California. Mr. Brackenhoff is a former President of the Affordable Housing Management Association Pacific Southwest and of the AHMA Foundation, and served on their boards for over eight years. Mr. Brackenhoff is a California real estate broker and a Certified Property Manager (CPM) with the Institute of Real Estate Management. He holds a B.A. and an M.S. in City and Regional Planning from Southern Illinois University.
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