Chief Executive Officer
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Michelle Mapp is responsible for the organization’s overall management including implementing the strategic plan, developing annual work plans, overseeing financing and development services, facilitating community education programs, marketing programs and securing funding for operations and financing.
Michelle has more than 20 years of executive experience in program management. Prior to joining SCCLF, she worked as a BRAC operations research analyst, high school math teacher, and as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies on supply chain and transportation planning solutions in Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA. Michelle is a Joint Base Charleston Honorary Commander, a Leadership Charleston alumna, Furman University Diversity Leadership Institute alumna, Urban Land Institute South Carolina Sustainable Leadership Initiative alumna, a 2012 executive finalist for the Charleston Regional Business Journal’s Influential Women in Business, and a Liberty Fellow. She serves on the board of directors for the South Carolina Association of Nonprofits, South Carolina Association of Community Economic Development, South Carolina Community Capital Alliance, and the Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative.
Michelle holds a Master of Public Administration from the College of Charleston, a Master of Engineering Management from George Washington University and a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Analysis with a concentration in Industrial Engineering from Clemson University. She is certified by the National Development Council as a Housing Development Finance Professional. Michelle has been with SCCLF since 2006. She has been married to Marquette for 19 years and they have two children, Seth Alexander and Jordan Alexis.
Anna Hamilton Lewin
Chief Operating Officer
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Anna is responsible for SCCLF's community development initiatives and healthy food financing program. She oversees the Feeding Innovation technical assistance program and coordinates the activities of the South Carolina Food Access Task Force.
Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the College of Charleston and received her masters degree in social work from the University of South Carolina.
Chief Program Officer
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Debby provides technical assistance to developers, non-profits, and municipalities on housing finance programs; develops and provides multi-tiered community trainings for new and experienced developers, as well as non-profit capacity building; and creates lending opportunities through community development education.
Debby has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the College of Charleston and received her master’s degree in social work from the University of South Carolina. She has more than 20 years of experience working with affordable housing and community development in Charleston Debby is a certified grants specialist from the National Association of Grant Writers.
Chief Lending Officer- Coastal
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Patrick is responsible for marketing and deploying SCCLF loans to affordable housing developers, including underwriting and loan recommendations, portfolio management and reporting, and loan capital management. He has more than 20 years of experience with a diverse array of financing mechanisms for small business and community development programs.
Patrick has a master of arts degree in management and an undergraduate degree in business administration. He is certified by the National Development Council as an Economic Development Finance Professional.
Community Development Loan Officer- Midlands
James is the Community Development Loan Officer servicing the Midlands counties of South Carolina. James is responsible for the growth, management and soundness of SCCLF's loan portfolio in Midlands SC as well as business development program marketing.
James has 10 years of experience as a loan officer and manager, responsible for providing advice and guidance to clients, structuring loan proposals and providing training and development to staff. James holds two bachelor’s degrees from Coastal Carolina University in Business Marketing and Business Management along with an associate’s degree from Trident Technical College in Liberal Arts. James joined SCCLF in 2016.
Community Development Loan Officer- Upstate
Brendan is responsible for the growth, management and soundness of SCCLF's loan portfolio in Upstate SC as well as business development program marketing.
Brendan received his master's degree in history for Armstrong Atlantic State University. He has over 10 years of management experience, including two years serving as the Executive Director of Hub City Farmers' Market, a successful and widely known nonprofit organization in Spartanburg. Brendan graduated the Spartanburg Healthy Organization Institute in 2014 and serves on the Upstate Food Policy Council.
Communications & Development Manager
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Victoria is responsible for managing SCCLF's communications, marketing and PR activities to increase visibility of SCCLF, its mission, and its work throughout South Carolina.
Victoria received her bachelor’s degree in global affairs from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Before joining South Carolina Community Loan Fund, she served two terms as an AmeriCorps member, supporting the development and communications needs of nonprofit organizations. Victoria currently serves on the board of directors for the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of the Lowcountry.
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Alice is responsible for fund accounting, bookkeeping, loan servicing, community impact tracking and compliance monitoring. She has more than 10 years of bookkeeping experience and uses these skills to analyze periodic financial reports and assess progress towards financial goals.
Alice has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Strayer University and holds professional certificates in bookkeeping, professional accountancy, microcomputer business applications and Quickbooks Pro.
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As Portfolio Manager, Shelley provides support to the financial management and operations of SCCLF through control of loan accounting records and reports. Her responsibilities include managing the servicing of the loan portfolio including loan policies and procedures compliance, overseeing loan closings, loan servicing in loan servicing software, loan document management, underwriting/closing loan modifications, site visits and loan monitoring, borrower correspondence, and loan portfolio reporting.
Shelley graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts from Winthrop University and in 2005 graduated from Trident Technical College from the American Bar Association approved Paralegal Program. Shelley has over 12 years of experience in the legal field, serving for over five of those years as a commercial and/or residential real estate closer.
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As SCCLF's Operations Manager, Shanequa is responsible for a wide range of SCCLF executive and program support related tasks.
Shanequa has 10 years of experience in the banking industry. Before joining SCCLF, she served as the Operations Specialist at The Provident Bank in the Loan Administration Department where she booked consumer loans, monitored tax lines on second mortgages and completed investor reporting. Shanequa attended Raritan Valley Community College for Business Management.