Kevin McMahan is founding partner of the Federal Practice Group (FPG). He has extensive experience in affordable housing, project management, and strategic planning. Most recent engagements for HUD’s Office of Recapitalization include the Pay-For-Success program design with the Office of the Deputy Secretary of Multifamily Housing, RAD Second Component Moderate Rehabilitation application processing, and M2M Qualified Non Profit recommendations for debt relief. He recently completed an assignment of training underwriters and quality control of their work in FHA underwriting, specifically 223(f) and 223(a)7 refinance transactions.
Kevin has 22 years of affordable housing experience, mostly as a contractor in HUD’s multifamily programs. He has worked closely with HUD management and staff through the design and implementation of Mark to Market, M2M Green Initiative, Green Retrofit Program, and RAD. Prior to the HUD contracting role, he was a Federal government temporary employee, working for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation/ Resolution Trust Corporation, where he managed the disposition of a multi-billion dollar asset portfolio.
M.A., Advanced Biblical Studies, Moody Theological Seminary, Chicago, Ill., 2014
B.S. Business Administration, Regis University, 1998
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