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Rachel Muse

Controller

Rachel Muse is the controller at Wendover. She oversees all daily operations of the financial department for the Wendover group of companies as well as coordinates with the CFO to ensure compliance with all state/federal/local agencies. In addition, she is responsible for keeping Wendover abreast of the latest available technology. With more than 20 years of experience specializing in construction accounting and financial management, Muse joined Wendover in 2015. She has a BA in accounting from the University of Phoenix and earned an AA in Business Management at Valencia Community College.

Jeffrey Sharkey, PHD

Government Affairs

Jeffrey Sharkey is the head of government affairs at Wendover. He specializes in strategic planning and analysis, issue advocacy and government relations at state and local levels. With years of experience with affordable and workforce housing policy, programs and funding, Sharkey joined Wendover after having previously worked with a wide variety of companies, organizations and public and private interests in the business, government and academic sectors.

Ryan Von Weller

Managing Director Of Development

Ryan von Weller is the managing director of development at Wendover. He is a commercial real estate broker responsible for Wendover’s multi-family and residential development throughout the state of Florida. With more than 15 years of experience in the areas of site selection, land contract negotiations, land valuation and project planning and development, von Weller joined Wendover in 2014. He graduated from the University of Florida and earned his MBA at Rollins College.

Kevin Kroll

Director Of Institutional Funding

Kevin Kroll is the director of institutional funding at Wendover Housing Partners LLC. With a strong background in real estate finance, including underwriting and capital markets negotiations, he is responsible for managing Wendover’s deal originations and ongoing portfolio financial management. Kroll has brought years of experience in investment banking and commercial lending to the Wendover team. Kevin earned his bachelor’s degree in international business from Rollins College, where he also graduated with an MBA in finance from the Crummer Graduate School of Business. While pursuing his MBA, he worked for Avenue Capital Group, a multinational investment firm that focuses on distressed securities and private equity.

Bo Johnston

Development Associate

William “Bo” Johnston is a development associate and runs Wendover’s Atlanta office. With an extensive background in site and market identification, property due diligence and land contract negotiations, his responsibility is developing affordable housing in the most needed and under-developed markets. A licensed realtor with more than 15 years of experience in affordable multi-family housing development, Johnston joined Wendover in 2018. He has a BA from the University of Alabama and is a licensed real estate agent in Georgia.

Kim Webb

Human Resources Officer

Kim Webb is a human resources officer at Wendover. Her responsibilities at Wendover include recruiting, benefits administration, payroll, compliance and managing human capital. With more than 20 years of experience in human resources, Webb joined the Wendover team in 2018. Learning the successful art of navigating the numerous personalities within the workplace, she has dedicated herself to making each employee as successful as they can be workplace, she has dedicated herself to making each employee as successful as they can be while aligning them with the vision of the company. Webb graduated from the University of Phoenix, and she has been a member of SHRM since 2006. She also holds certifications from both the HR Certification Institute and SHRM.

Jennie Lagmay

Legal and Regulatory Affairs

Jennie Lagmay is the head of legal and regulatory affairs at Wendover. She manages corporate governance, contract administration and general operational matters for Wendover. She is also a commercial real estate paralegal with experience derived from working on a multitude of transactions throughout the southeast U.S. With more than 15 years of legal real estate experience, Lagmay joined Wendover in 2014 after having previously worked for SunTrust, Atlantic Records and Holland and Knight. In addition to her work in the legal field, she is also experienced in commercial lending and human resources. She earned her undergraduate degree as well as her Master’s from the University of Central Florida.

Glen Bamberger

Chief Financial Officer
Glen Bamberger is the chief financial officer at Wendover. His responsibilities include ensuring compliance with IRS, federal, state and local agency guidelines, and conducting audits, budget reviews, intercompany reconciliation and economic feasibility analysis. Bamberger joined Wendover in 2007, starting as the controller and working his way to his current position as CFO. Over his career, he gained broad experience in tax credit development financial structuring, fiscal compliance and accounting. He graduated with a BSBA from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and studied at the University of Central Florida.

Ricardo Alicea

Managing Director of Asset and Property Management

Ricardo Alicea is the managing director of asset management at Wendover. He is a fundamental part of establishing the organizational vision to assist management staff in adapting to resident’s needs and to the ever-changing multi-family environment. An accomplished professional with more than 25 years of experience, Ricardo recently joined the Wendover team. His expertise led him to become a skilled strategist who transforms strategic plans into workable solutions that benchmark performance against market and key operational goals. Ricardo studied at the University of Central Florida, and he holds certifications from the National Apartment Association as well as IREM Central Florida.

Terry Cummins

Corporate Communications

Terry Cummins is head of corporate communications at Wendover. She oversees all communications, design, marketing and public relations efforts. With more than 35 years of experience in luxury general real estate, new home sales, marketing and design from entry level to luxury golf course communities for both private and publicly owned companies, Terry brought her expertise to Wendover in 2005. She studied at the University of Central Florida.

Jonathan L. Wolf

Founder & President

Jonathan L. Wolf is the founder and CEO of Wendover Housing Partners LLC, a Florida-based, privately-held real estate development, investment and management company. He oversees the strategic direction of both Wendover Housing Partners – which consists of a portfolio of affordable and market-rate multi-family communities, senior housing, transit-oriented communities and student housing – and Wendover Management, which provides full-service property management.

Jonathan began his career in finance with The Chase Manhattan Bank and Citigroup in New York City. In 1995 he founded Wendover Housing Partners, which he has helped build into one of the premier multi-family housing development companies in the Southeastern U.S. Wendover’s focus is on creating a new stock of affordable housing, targeting economically and socially diverse neighborhoods. To date, Wendover has completed numerous multi-family communities worth a total value of more than $1 billion. Jonathan actively works at the local, state and national levels to encourage lawmakers and governments to take the necessary measures to address the critical need for affordable housing nationwide. His success in developing affordable housing communities has earned him the reputation of being a leading authority in the use of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC). He also has expertise in creating public-private partnerships to bring housing developments to fruition.

Beyond his business interests, Jonathan, along with his wife Nancy, are committed to a variety of philanthropic efforts both locally and globally.

Locally, the Wolfs helped facilitate the opening of an art exhibit, “A Boundless Drop to a Boundless Ocean,” a collaboration between the Orlando Museum of Art and The American University in Cairo that features artworks by 21 U.S.-based artists of Arab and Iranian heritage. This exhibit is one of the few instances that a cultural institution in the Middle East is holding a simultaneous exhibition with a U.S. museum.

On an international scale, Jonathan and Nancy created a partnership between the University of Central Florida and The American University of Cairo in April 2018, paving the way for a reciprocal study abroad agreement, the Nancy and Jonathan Wolf Global Academic Initiative. This agreement was brought about thanks to the support and encouragement of the Wolfs, who believe the partnership between these two prestigious universities will help foster greater understanding of the broader U.S.-Egypt relationship. In addition to the student exchange component, the Wolfs also support other areas of cooperation, including faculty visits, exchanges and development programs.

Jonathan also serves on a variety of charity, educational and civic boards in addition to lecturing at universities in the U.S. and abroad. Working alongside university presidents of the Independent Colleges & Universities of Florida (ICUF), Jonathan helped secure long-term funding from the Florida Legislature for the 29 ICUF institutions. His other Florida legislative initiatives include funding for the development of the Florida Special Olympics headquarters and training facility, as well as various affordable housing initiatives. Jonathan has been active in the ground up development of an Orlando-based Holocaust museum.

Jonathan is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. He also studied at The American University in Cairo, where he currently serves a member of the AUC Board of Trustees.

Alex Bowersox

Managing Director of Construction