Judith Caira has more than 25 years of experience in the real estate industry including more than 20 years in affordable housing. She began in the affordable housing field in 1993 managing Georgia Pacific Corporation’s housing development program in the Vine City community in Atlanta. She joined Cooperative Resource Center, an Atlanta based non-profit housing development corporation, in 1997 working at all levels of project management for multi-family low income housing tax credit development. In 2006 she became the Executive Director of Affordable Housing Solutions, Inc. where she currently manages all project development activities and ongoing asset management of the organization’s portfolio. Ms. Caira holds a Master of City Planning Degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Geography from Western Michigan University.
Ms. McBride works with various agencies, government entities, and other nonprofit organizations, as well as property management companies and outside contractors, to deliver safe, affordable, service-enriched housing to special populations. She has worked as a director in nonprofit administration for over twenty-five years, and for over ten years in the special housing and services arena. Ms. McBride is experienced in funding compliance and support service delivery, while addressing the particular needs of a diverse, special needs resident group. Her previous experience directing the joint ventures of two large international nonprofit associations has made Ms. McBride uniquely qualified at handling business relationships on multiple levels, directing staff internally and on project sites, interfacing with Boards and upper administration, locating and identifying resources in the community, and directing contractors from multiple industries. She provides management of all administrative areas for Affordable Housing Solutions. Ms. McBride received her Master of Divinity degree from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology, and her Bachelor of Arts from Mercer University Atlanta, where she majored in Philosophy, Psychology and Religion.