Nancy O. Andrews, President and CEO
Ms. Andrews is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), a $800 million Community Development Financial Institution. Ms. Andrews serves on numerous community development and environmental boards and committees, including Housing Partnership Network, Center for Housing Policy Advisory Council, Bank of America’s National Community Advisory Council, Morgan Stanley’s Community Development Advisory Committee, National Housing Law Project and the Center for International Forestry Research. She was also previously a member of the Federal Reserve Board’s Consumer Advisory Council.
Ms. Andrews’ 30 years in community development include positions as Deputy Director of the Ford Foundation’s Office of Program Related Investments and Chief Financial Officer of the International Water Management Institute, a World Bank-supported development organization. Ms. Andrews also consulted for the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Treasury during the Clinton administration. She received an M.S. in Urban Planning with a concentration in Real Estate Finance from Columbia University.
Kimberly Latimer-Nelligan, Chief Operating Officer & Executive Vice President, Community Investments & Programs
Ms. Latimer-Nelligan is LIIF’s Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, Community Investments & Programs. She is responsible for oversight of LIIF’s lending business, all program areas and Risk Management. Under her leadership, LIIF has launched its $50 million commitment to greening community facilities and won a $10 million grant from New York State to establish and manage a healthy food retail program. Ms. Latimer-Nelligan’s background in community development is extensive. Before joining LIIF in July 2008, she was with Citibank for over 20 years. Most recently, Ms. Latimer-Nelligan served as the Managing Director of National Lending and Investments, overseeing a $3 billion business within Citibank Community Development. During Ms. Latimer-Nelligan’s tenure at Citibank, Citi’s national lending, structured finance and equity investments for community development were consolidated under her leadership. In addition, she successfully organized and established Citi’s program in charter schools. Ms. Latimer-Nelligan serves on the Board of Directors for La Raza Development Fund and chairs it Risk Committee.
She also serves as the Vice Chair of the Community Reinvestment Fund (CRF) Board of Directors. She received her B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and her M.B.A. from Columbia University.
Donald P. Lofe Jr., Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer
Donald P. Lofe, Jr. is LIIF's Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer. Mr. Lofe brings over 30 years of experience serving a wide-range of public and private as well as domestic and international insurance companies and other financial services and related companies. Prior to joining LIIF, Mr. Lofe was Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for The PMI Group, Inc., a domestic and international residential mortgage insurer. Mr. Lofe has also served in other executive and senior financial roles during his career with other such organizations including CNA Financial Corporation, a large domestic and international commercial and specialty property and casualty insurance company and was a Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC. Mr. Lofe holds an M.B.A. in finance and business policy from The University of Chicago and is a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Westminster College.
Brian Prater, Senior Vice President, Strategic Development & Corporate Affairs
Mr. Prater oversees LIIF’s federal policy, national fundraising, communications, knowledge sharing, transit-oriented development and innovation functions. He joined LIIF in 2008 and previously managed LIIF’s lending practice in the Western Region. Prior to LIIF, he was the Senior Vice President of Bank of America's Northern California and Nevada community development markets. Mr. Prater’s team was responsible for $220 million in transactions, including New Markets Tax Credits, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Historic Preservation Tax Credits, homeownership, mixed-use and economic development projects. Before Bank of America, Mr. Prater was a Program Director for Rural LISC, managing a portfolio of sophisticated rural community development corporations. He has a graduate degree from Columbia University in economics, public finance and real estate.