Learn about the use of federal and state historic tax credits for historic preservation and what the next steps are in Idaho. Representatives from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Trust Community Investment Corporation will speak
Monday, December 3
2:00 – 3:00 pm
Boise City Hall – 3rd Floor Greenbelt Room
Representatives from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Trust Community Investment Corporation are the leading advocates for improving and expanding the use of federal and state historic tax credits. Representatives from the organizations have a 30-minute presentation about the impact of the Federal HTC, will share the ranges and diversity of NTCIC projects, will explain NTCIC, and will explore the importance of State HTCs, the role of NTHP and what Idaho is doing. A forthcoming one-pager about Idaho’s next steps will be available as well as a statement about its progress.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) is a privately funded nonprofit organization committed to protecting significant places representing America’s diverse cultural experience by taking direct action and inspiring broad public support. For over 60 years, the Trust has been fostering a deep sense of community, commitment, and passion for saving places. www.savingplaces.org
The National Trust Community Investment Corporation (NTCIC) is a wholly owned for-profit subsidiary of the NTHP. NTCIC enables tax credit equity investments that support sustainable communities nationwide. Since its inception in 2000, NTCIC has raised over $1.2 billion in capital for federal and state historic, new markets, solar and low-income housing credit investments. NTCIC dividends support the NTHP’s many preservation-based community development programs. www.ntcic.com
Kandi Bryant Jackson
MANAGING DIRECTOR, ACQUISITIONS AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT — NATIONAL TRUST COMMUNITY INVESTMENT CORPORATION
As Managing Director, Kandi oversees the Acquisitions and Underwriting Team of NTCIC with a focus on HTC and NMTC investments, which is primarily responsible for finding, underwriting, closing, and initiating the first equity and loan disbursements to a project. She also originates and manages NTCIC’s upper-tier investor relationships. Kandi has more than 20 years of senior level experience in real estate development and finance. As Director at Wachovia, she originated and managed developer relationships through underwriting, closing and asset management of complex transactions, including historic and New Market tax credit investments. As Vice President at PNC and Simpson Housing Solutions (formally KBMH), Kandi originated LIHTCs and HTCs. She managed Simpsons Housing Solutions’ East Coast Division, including originators, project managers, and construction inspectors. As Construction Manager at Bovis Construction, she established on site project development experience for high-profile historic and non-historic new construction projects. Kandi is licensed as a general contractor and general engineer in California and real estate broker in California, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Ms. Jackson received an MBA from Pepperdine University and BA from UCLA.
DIRECTOR OF POLICY OUTREACH — NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Renee is the Director of Policy Outreach for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Since 2004, she has been assisting legislators and advocates across the country with the adoption, expansion, and protection of state-level historic rehabilitation tax credit programs. Renee also works on the campaign to protect and expand the federal Historic Tax Credit as well as the effort to put in place dedicated funding for maintaining historic resources in our national parks. In her two decades at the National Trust, Renee has also held two prior positions within the organization including Director of State and Local Policy and Education Coordinator for the National Preservation Conference. Renee earned an M.S. Degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Vermont and a B.A. Degree in History from the College of William and Mary.