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Christopher LoPiano

Christopher LoPiano Christopher LoPiano manages CPDC’s real estate and asset management departments and is responsible for all property development activities from project conception through construction completion and property operations. Prior to joining CPDC, Mr. LoPiano was the Director of Development at CityInterests where he managed the development of a 15-acre planned unit development in the

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Pamela M. Lyons

Pamela M. Lyons Pamela M. Lyons is responsible for the development and direction of CPDC’s community building model strategy and manages the company’s renowned Community Impact Strategies team with daily leadership. Key to the success of her work at CPDC is the identification and building of partnerships with private sector groups and local government agencies

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J. Michael Pitchford

J. Michael Pitchford J. Michael Pitchford is responsible for the overall strategic direction and management of CPDC. Mr. Pitchford has developed a strong understanding of how national and local policy impact housing affordability while serving on the Board of the National Housing Conference for a decade, including three years as its president. Together with his

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Belle Seyoum

Belle Seyoum Belle Seyoum manages the financial reporting, budgeting, accounting, treasury management, tax matters, and information systems functions for CPDC and its subsidiaries and affiliates. For the past four years Ms. Seyoum was the controller for Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County, which provides affordable housing and supportive services for low and moderate income families

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