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Key Personnel
 
Robert Ansley, FAICP, President. Mr. Ansley is responsible for the overall administration of the Corporation. He has over 30 years of experience in city planning and housing development. He has served as a senior planner and chief of housing for the City of Orlando, consecutively during 1982-1991. Under Mr. Ansley’s direction, programs using public assistance have produced or rehabilitated over 3,500 affordable housing units. Mr. Ansley has been Chairman of the Nonprofit Housing Roundtable of Central Florida and has served on the Governor’s Commission on Affordable Housing and the Governor’s Ad Hoc Workgroup on Affordable Housing during which he chaired the partnership committee that drafted the State Housing Incentive Partnership (SHIP) program.
 
Mr. Ansley also was manager of development planning for the Ramar Group, a large housing development company in Sarasota, during 1981-82. Mr. Ansley has an A.B. degree in economics from Duke University and a master of regional planning degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and completed the program for Senior Executives in Local and State Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He also completed the Leadership Orlando program in 1989.
 
In 2008, he was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), the professional arm of the American Planning Association.  Fellows are recognized for excellence and achievement in the planning profession, and is one of the organization’s highest honors.
 
Robert Frincke, Vice President and Director of Construction and Development. Mr. Frincke plans and oversees the actual development and construction of ONIC projects. He has over 25 years of experience in the construction and development industry and served with Mr. Ansley as Assistant Bureau Chief in the City of Orlando Housing Bureau. Mr. Frincke has a broad knowledge of the elements of affordable housing including construction, finance, and government programs. He has training and experience in such matters as hazardous materials management and removal, accessible housing, and public contract management. Mr. Frincke has a bachelor’s degree in history from Duke University, and a master of regional planning degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
 
Victoria Scott, C.P.A., Controller and Director of Finance. Ms. Scott oversees all financial matters of the Corporation. This includes financial analysis of prospective projects and monitoring of existing communities, as well as internal financial management. She is also responsible for compliance with government programs. Previously she was an accounting manager for the Walt Disney World Company and a senior consultant with Ernst and Young, where her specialty was tax-exempt organizations. Ms. Scott graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in accounting.
 
Alexis Collins, Resident Services Coordinator. Ms. Collins is responsible for establishing and coordinating enhanced services for the residents of ONIC’s communities. These include educational, social, recreational, remedial, and enrichment programs over and above those typically offered by contract property managers. Ms. Collins previously served as Family Self-sufficiency Coordinator for the Orlando Housing Authority and a program manager for the Private Industry Council of Central Florida. She is certified as an Affordable Housing Management Specialist by the Coalition for Housing Asset Management and is certified in housing counseling and self-sufficiency programs. Ms. Collins received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom.
 
Fanieza Ghani, Executive Assistant and Office Manager. Ms. Ghani handles general administrative matters for the Corporation and supervises the clerical functions. Her experience includes time with Bank of America and 12 years at J.P. Morgan in New York City.

 
LaSonashia McFadden, Resident Services Specialist.  Ms. McFadden assists with the coordination of enhanced services for the residents of ONIC’s communities and provides Administrative support to Resident Services.  She joined ONIC in 2002, and is a student at Seminole Community College.
 
Apryl Jennings, Prodigy Cultural Arts Program Site Manager. Ms. Jennings manages the Prodigy Cultural Arts program. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a degree in communications and joined ONIC in 2010.
 
Pamela Brathwaite, Administrative Assistant. Ms. Brathwaite is the ONIC receptionist and handles clerical duties for the organization. Ms. Brathwaite has been with ONIC since 2007.

 
Serena Jones is a Resident Services Coordinator for ONIC. She is a 2009 graduate of New College of Florida with a degree in International Studies. She joined ONIC in 2012 as an AmeriCorps VISTA, and became an employee in 2014.
 
Lydia Noel is a Resident Services Coordinator for ONIC. She is a 2009 graduate of the University of Quisqueya in Haiti with a degree in Industrial Engineering. She joined ONIC in 2012.
 
Sandra Emmanuel is a Resident Services Coordinator for ONIC. She is a 2009 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a degree in Health Sciences. She joined ONIC in 2014.
 
Ambar Velazquez is a Special Project Coordinator for ONIC. She is a 2012 graduate of the University of Denver with a master’s degree in International Security. She joined ONIC in 2014.
 
Valery Jones is an AmeriCorps Notre Dame Mission Volunteer for ONIC. She is a 2011 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a degree in Psychology. She joined ONIC in 2014.
 
Juliette Harrell is an AmeriCorps Notre Dame Mission Volunteer for ONIC. She is a 2012 graduate of Valencia College with a Certificate in Accounting. She has been a Community Leader for ONIC since 2011 and joined ONIC staff in 2015.

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