In an effort to better manage its assets, the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department (HCID), which develops and preserves affordable housing, neighborhood investments, and social services for low- and moderate-income families, created an Asset Management Division. To help the division improve its operations, FUSE Executive Fellow Sean Doss oversaw the acquisition and implementation of proprietary project management software, which provides a better process for managing and analyzing the city’s extensive portfolio of affordable housing projects. Sean also developed a plan to bring the database to all of HCID to manage the full life cycle of an affordable housing project, from application and loan origination to construction to loan portfolio and asset management.
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SEAN DOSS (2017-18) is a commercial real estate banking and asset management executive with 20 years of experience providing real estate investment and credit solutions for full-time investors, owners, operators, developers, and high-net-worth individuals. Sean previously held leadership roles at JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley, as well as at US Bank, where he was responsible for structuring, underwriting, and managing a portfolio of secured and unsecured credit facilities for real estate investment trusts, institutional funds, and national real estate developers. Sean earned a B.S. in finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
2017-2018 | City of Los Angeles - Housing + Community Investment Department