MaryBeth McNerney Matta, our founder and president, has owned Alodgio for over twenty years. Her successes in the affordable housing field are many. MaryBeth previously worked for The Community Builders, a nonprofit housing and economic development consulting firm, and Aetna Realty Investors, Inc. which, at the time, was the second largest institutional investor in the U.S. She served as president of the Board of Directors and, for eight years, as a director of Nehemiah Housing Development Corporation, Inc., a nonprofit developing transitional housing for women and children. She also is named in the national publication, "Who’s Who in Multi-Family Housing." MaryBeth received her master’s degree from Yale University.
Caitlin Callahan, Senior Project Manager, has been with the firm for over five years. As a skilled financial analyst, she consults on project feasibility and strategies for financial structuring of affordable and mixed-income housing projects in multiple states. She prepares complex tax credit and loan applications, pulling together the myriad reports and exhibits required by the funding entities.
Ms. Callahan sets up the electronic books of account, prepares funding requisitions for construction lenders and oversees the accounting and financial reporting for projects during the pre-development, construction and post-completion phases of the development process. She advises clients on marketing and lease-up, and serves as the primary asset manager for existing apartment communities.
Ms. Callahan graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in marketing and a minor in entrepreneurship. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, being outdoors, and spending time with her 4 children.
Caitlin participates in numerous social and civic organizations, including the Connecticut Housing Coalition, Women in Housing and Finance, the Parker Farms Cook Hill School Parent Teacher Organization, and the University of Florida and Warrington College of Business at the University of Florida Alumni Associations. She has participated in CONNECTNY Conferences, as well as participating in numerous Supportive Housing Network of New York, New York State Association for Affordable Housing and National Housing Conference events.
Jim Perrine, Senior Project Manager, advises both for-profit and nonprofit clients on the best strategies for development, finance, marketing and asset management of multifamily property in multiple states, and successfully positions projects to win awards of tax credits and governmental funding.
For over thirty years, Mr. Perrine has led teams that developed several thousand market-rate, mixed-income, and affordable properties with combined total development costs exceeding $700 million.
Previously, Mr. Perrine was with The Community Builders, where he directed complex housing development projects. Before that, he was President of The Waverly Corporation, a real estate development, marketing and management company, that sponsored real estate limited partnerships and joint ventures. He established a property management affiliate (Waverly Management) and an investment/residential brokerage affiliate (Century 21 Waverly Properties). Mr. Perrine received his BA in Government cum laude from Harvard University, and his MS in Real Estate Development from MIT.