Affordable Housing Finance magazine annually recognizes professionals under the age of 40 who are playing vital roles in creating and preserving affordable housing across the country.
Travois CEO Elizabeth Glynn is one of six people recently named to this prestigious group of 2017 Young Leaders. It is a well-deserved honor!
This year’s group also includes developers, a syndicator and an attorney. Read more about them here.
The Young Leaders will be honored at AHF Live: The Affordable Housing Developers Summit, which will be held Nov. 14-16 in Chicago.
Since Elizabeth joined the company 12 years ago, Travois has helped clients close more than 120 Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) developments, which have built or rehabbed almost 4,000 homes.
Working with her for nearly 10 years, I have seen Elizabeth’s determination, problem-solving skills and passion for advocacy in action both at Travois and in the Kansas City community as chair of the board of directors for Amethyst Place, a nonprofit that provides transitional housing for women in recovery.
Congratulations, Elizabeth! We are proud of you!