Our Team

Turner Impact Capital’s diverse, experienced professional team is committed to harnessing market forces to create societal solutions on a national scale. In addition to our headquarters in Santa Monica, we maintain a presence throughout the country with professionals located in Chicago, Raleigh-Chapel Hill, Dallas, San Francisco, Providence, New York, Washington, D.C. and Miami.

Bobby Turner

Principal and Chief Executive Officer

Dan Millman

Principal and Chief Operating Officer

Bari Cooper Sherman

Principal and General Counsel

Glenn Pierce

Principal & President of Education Initiatives

Gee S. Kim

Principal & President of Multifamily Housing Initiatives

Leonard Fromer, M.D., FAAFP

President of Healthcare Initiatives

Christine Schoellhorn

President of TI Communities

Aarthi Sowrirajan

Director – West

Antonio Gonzalez

Director – Texas & Central

Carmen Maldonado

Director of Educational Programs

Carrie Polonsky

Vice President of Talent Services

David Leahy

Director – East

John Hathaway

Director

Jonny Campbell

Director of Facilities

Kathleen Ball

Senior Asset Manager

Liat Bishko

Director – Northwest

Lori Moody

Senior Project Manager

Lynne Lovasco

Vice President of Investor Relations

Marc T. Artino, CPA

Senior Vice President of Finance

Marshundria Deamon

Senior Controller

Ramiro Viramontes

President of Construction Services

Randy Slaughter

Senior VP of Operations, Safety and Security

Shannon Dwyer Pasch

Director

Roshan Sonthalia

Director and Senior Counsel

Anisha Atluri

Associate Director

Ryan Taylor

Director

Bob Flynn

Director of Construction Services

Brian Gonzalez

Construction Manager

Brad Kettelle

Construction Manager

Brock Miller

Associate

Carlos Figueroa III

Construction Manager

Charity May

Associate

Debbie Rumbo

Administrative Assistant

Greg Weiser

Construction Manager

Joyce Truong

Associate

Lisa Valera

Office Manager

Logan Harper

Associate

Rachel Pedowitz

Associate Director

Shantarica Bass

Property Accountant

Thomas Isabel

Associate

Tisa Goehner

Marketing Manager

Tom Bilinski

Construction Manager

Tommy Frettoloso

Director of Construction Services

Michelle Felman

Bobby Turner

Principal and Chief Executive Officer


Santa Monica, CA

Over the past two decades, Bobby Turner has established himself as a pioneer in the area of social impact investing. Since founding Turner Impact Capital in 2014, he has rapidly built one of the nation’s largest social impact investment firms, with over $2.5 billion in investment potential to help address some of the country’s most pervasive social issues with real estate solutions.

As former Chairman, CEO and Co-Founding Partner of Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC (CCRA), he oversaw a commercial real estate and mortgage asset portfolio totaling over $12 billion, and was responsible for launching several groundbreaking funds that helped define the “triple bottom line” investment movement. In his years as a social impact innovator, Bobby has dedicated himself to providing sound financial returns for investors while fostering opportunities for the communities in which his funds invest.

Bobby is involved in many civic ventures, having served on the boards of the Virginia Avenue Project, the Pacific Charter School Development Corporation, and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City. He holds a B.S. in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he and his wife have endowed a curriculum development fund and speaker series for social impact studies. He also serves on the school’s Board of Overseers. On Sundays, you can find him playing basketball at the beach in Santa Monica.

Dan Millman

Principal and Chief Operating Officer


Santa Monica, CA

A co-founder of Turner Impact Capital, Dan plays a role in all of the firm’s investment strategies and focuses particularly on investment performance, financing, treasury management, investor reporting, and overall firm operations.

Immediately prior Turner Impact Capital, Dan oversaw all equity and debt investments for Canyon Capital Realty Advisors, where he was a Principal, Head of Asset Management, and a member of the investment and executive committees. While at Canyon, Dan developed and implemented several ground-breaking real estate funds including the $200mm Canyon Catalyst Fund and the $200mm Canyon Multifamily Impact Fund. Prior to Canyon, Dan held various leadership roles with publicly-traded real estate owners.

Dan has served on numerous civic and charitable boards and is currently the chair of the University of Maryland Incentive Awards Advisory Committee, a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maryland College Park Foundation, and a member of both the Pension Real Estate Association and the International Council of Shopping Centers. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland (B.A., Economics).

Bari Cooper Sherman

Principal and General Counsel


Santa Monica, CA

Bari Cooper Sherman is co-founder of Turner Impact Capital. As General Counsel, she oversees the day-to-day legal aspects of Turner Impact’s business and strategic planning as well as all fund formations and investor partnerships and negotiations.  Bari has been a practicing attorney since 1990. Bari was formerly the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for Canyon Capital Realty Advisors (CCRA). As CCRA’s first General Counsel, Bari built its in-house legal department. She was responsible for overseeing the day-to-day legal aspects of its business as well as all fund formations, separate accounts and investor partnerships. While there, Bari was a member of the investment committee and executive committee.

Bari currently serves on the board of New LA Charter Schools, a Los Angeles-based charter school operator serving elementary and middle school students. She is a graduate of The George Washington University (B.B.A., Finance; J.D.).

Glenn Pierce

Principal & President of Education Initiatives


Weston, FL

Glenn Pierce has been a leader in the development of charter schools since 1997. As President of Education Initiatives, Glenn is responsible for the oversight and management of all Turner-Agassi investment opportunities across the country.  Throughout his career, Glenn has developed over 120 charter schools in 15 states and the District of Columbia, creating over 50,000 incremental student seats for best-in-class operators across the United States. Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Glenn was CEO and President of the Canyon-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund where he was responsible for the oversight and management of all Canyon-Agassi investment opportunities.   Prior to Canyon-Agassi, Glenn served as President and CEO of Pacific Charter School Development (PCSD), which he founded with funding provided by NewSchools Venture Fund in 2003.  PCSD is a Los Angeles based not-for-profit organization focused on providing underserved California students with high-quality charter school facilities.

Glenn is a graduate of Lafayette College (B.A., Economics), the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (M.B.A.) and the Broad enter for Urban Superintendents. Glenn serves as Chairman of the South Florida Autism Charter Schools.

Gee S. Kim

Principal & President of Multifamily Housing Initiatives


Santa Monica, CA

Gee Kim is a Principal of Turner Impact Capital and President of its Multifamily Housing Initiatives. As part of his overall responsibility for the firm’s multifamily housing investment activities, Gee oversees all deal origination, due diligence, financing, asset management, and social/environmental impact initiatives and programs.

Previously, Gee served as Director at Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC (CCRA), overseeing the Canyon Multifamily Impact Fund, a $200mm joint venture with Citibank designed to promote long-term, material, positive impact in underserved communities by investing in rental properties as an active owner and manager.

Gee is a LEED Accredited Professional, a California registered broker (DRE#: 01903210), and was formerly a NASD Series 7 and 63 licensed professional. He is active in his community, having worked for the Los Angeles Mayor’s Housing and Business Team and a local non-profit economic development organization, as well as having served on the boards of non-profits. Gee is a graduate of Stanford University (B.S., Earth Systems and B.A., Economics), Harvard Business School (M.B.A.), and the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government (M.P.A.)

Leonard Fromer, M.D., FAAFP

President of Healthcare Initiatives


Santa Monica, CA

Len Fromer is responsible for the oversight and leadership of Turner Impact Capital’s healthcare initiatives.  He is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of Primary Care Practice redesign and transformation, quality improvement and outcomes measurement, vaccine compliance quality improvement, health system reform and served on the American Medical Association’s commission on healthcare disparities.  He was a practicing physician for over 28 years and previously served as the Executive Medical Director of the Group Practice Forum, where he led nationwide projects to coordinate care across a continuum of services including preventative, outpatient, inpatient acute hospital care, post-acute care, and palliative care.  Len has lectured extensively on the topics of health-system reform, the patient centered medical home, and the accountable care organization and has been featured on many broadcast news outlets and in multiple publications.

Len has served on numerous boards and advisory committees for, among others, the American Medical Association, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, World Foundation for Studies of Female Health, American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences.  He received a B.A. from the State University of New York, an M.D. from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, and completed his residency in Family Medicine at UC Irvine/Long Beach Memorial Hospital.

 

Christine Schoellhorn

President of TI Communities


Dallas, TX

Christine oversees all facets of TI Communities, the professional property management firm overseeing operations of the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund’s nationwide investments. Christine brings more than 25 years of broad management experience comprising property and business operations, marketing, training, and recruiting. Known for her strong track record of operational excellence, innovative problem solving and talent development, Christine held previous leadership roles with Steadfast Companies, The Irvine Company, BRE Properties, and Greystar.

Christine earned an MBA at Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and Management and holds the Certified Property Manager designation through IREM.

Aarthi Sowrirajan

Director – West


Santa Monica, CA

Aarthi Sowrirajan is a Regional Director for the Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, where she manages the fund’s operational and business development efforts in the West and Southwest regions, including identifying potential charter school partners.

Aarthi earned her M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with honors from the University of Chicago. She serves on the Board of Directors of Equitas Academy Charter Schools, a high-performing charter school network in the Pico Union neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Antonio Gonzalez

Director – Texas & Central


Chicago, IL

As a Regional Director, Antonio Gonzalez is responsible for underwriting, analyzing, negotiating and executing investment opportunities in the Central region. Having worked in charter school development since 2003, Antonio has built over 15,000 charter school seats.

Prior to Turner-Agassi, Antonio was a Senior Project Manager at Pacific Charter School Development (PCSD) where he oversaw the portfolio of facility development projects for Green Dot Public Schools, Alliance and other Charter School Management Organizations.

Antonio has a longstanding interest in charter schools and education. He was a founding board member of Equitas Charter Academy and currently serves as a founding board member and Vice Chair of Chicago Collegiate Charter School. Antonio is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (B.A. Architecture) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Master in City Planning with a concentration in Housing, Community and Economic Development).

Carmen Maldonado

Director of Educational Programs


Brooklyn, NY

Carmen Maldonado manages the fund’s operational and business development efforts in the Northeast region. Carmen also designs and implements education and enrichment programs for the firm’s multifamily housing communities.

Prior to Turner-Agassi, Carmen was the Director of Real Estate for the KIPP Foundation where she supported and advised the national KIPP network of schools in the real estate process. During her career at KIPP, she devised the Foundation’s Early Stage Revolving Loan Fund, for short-term tenant improvements, and the KIPP Foundation Credit Enhancement Program (KCEP) which in four years leveraged $80 million in charter school leases and loans.

Prior to KIPP, Carmen was a Program Officer for the New York City office of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, working with community development corporations across NYC to secure financing for affordable housing and community facilities. Ms. Maldonado is a graduate of Baruch College (M.A. Public Administration) and of the University of Pennsylvania (M.S.Ed. Elementary Education, B.A. Communications).

Carrie Polonsky

Vice President of Talent Services


Dallas, TX

Carrie oversees development of TI Communities’ talent services initiatives and leads the execution of the Company’s staffing strategy by developing programs for employment and recruitment, market salary compensation, and performance training. She also designs and leads training programs in management, technology and professional development.

Carrie has 25 years of multifamily property management experience, with previous roles at Planned Property Management, AIMCO, Advanced Management Company, and Steadfast Companies. She has been a speaker at various multifamily housing events such as IREM, Apartment Associations, and the NAA Education Conference, and serves on an educational committee for a local apartment association and the Advisory Board for the industry’s only Social Media Summit.

Carrie holds a BA in Education from Purdue University.

David Leahy

Director – East


Alexandria, VA

In his role as Regional Director, David Leahy manages the fund’s operational and business development efforts in the East region, and works to identify potential charter school partners.
Prior to Turner-Agassi, David was most recently the Chief Operating Officer for DC Prep, a charter school management organization (CMO) serving over 900 students on 3 campuses in Washington, DC. In that role, he was responsible for operations, human resources administration, finance, and real estate.

Prior to DC Prep, David was an Associate Partner at NewSchools Venture Fund and served 3 years as Director of Financial Planning for Charter Schools USA. David also spent two years as a high school teacher in Pensacola, Florida, where he gained meaningful firsthand experience. David is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (B.A., Cum Laude), of Wake Forest University (M.B.A) and of the University of Portland (M.A. Teaching).

John Hathaway

Director


Austin, TX

As Director of Real Estate for Turner Impact Capital’s Healthcare initiative, John Hathaway is responsible for sourcing, analyzing, negotiating and executing investment opportunities nationally.

Prior to joining Turner Healthcare, John served as Vice President of Real Estate & Construction for Hanger, Inc, the nation’s largest provider of orthopedic and prosthetic patient care, where he spearheaded their national expansion efforts and managed a portfolio of 1,300 clinical, administrative and manufacturing facilities across the United States. Prior to his work at Hanger, John worked as Vice President of Real Estate for Cinemark International. Mr. Hathaway led the company’s expansion into Latin America, Europe and Asia, identifying and executing free-standing and mall-based anchor tenant lease opportunities in 15 countries. Mr. Hathaway volunteers with the non-profit organization Children International and has assisted their efforts to build primary care clinics in Ecuador and Mexico.

John is a graduate of Willamette University (B.A. in International Studies; minor in Spanish) and the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas in Austin (MBA).

Jonny Campbell

Director of Facilities


Dallas, TX

 

Jonny is responsible for maintaining TI Communities’ high standards for safety, appearance, asset preservation, preventive maintenance, construction management and operations. As leader of the facilities group, Jonny is responsible for training maintenance personnel while directing and managing a wide range of multifamily construction and maintenance-related tasks.

Jonny brings more than 15 years of diverse experience to the position, with specialization in all aspects of maintenance operations including training, emergency preparedness, systems operations and more. Previously, he held leadership roles at Steadfast Companies, Asset Plus and AIMCO.

Kathleen Ball

Senior Asset Manager


Fort Worth, TX

As a Senior Asset Manager for Turner Impact Capital’s Multifamily Housing Initiatives, Kathleen Ball is responsible for overseeing the operations, performance, and resident experience across a portfolio of multifamily communities.

During her nearly 30 years of experience within the multifamily industry, she has held senior positions with Mid-America Apartments, Bell Partners, AMLI Residential and Trammell Crow, among others. Kathleen’s expertise includes property acquisition due diligence, building rehab and maintenance, new construction, budget development and control, resident and community retention programs, marketing and staff development.

Liat Bishko

Director – Northwest


Hillsborough, CA

As a Regional Director for the Northwest Region, Liat Bishko manages the fund’s operational and business development efforts in Northern California, Pacific Northwest, Utah and Colorado.

Prior to joining Turner-Agassi, Liat was a real estate consultant to KIPP Bay Area Schools, a charter school management organization, where she helped develop a long-term facilities strategy for existing and future schools. Prior to her work at KIPP Bay Area Schools, Liat focused on undervalued real estate opportunities as a partner in a real estate investment organization and was an Assistant Vice President working on real estate strategy at Avenue Capital Group, a global investment firm. While at Avenue Capital, Ms. Bishko managed, operated and implemented strategies to enhance the value of activist investments in distressed residential and resort real estate. Ms. Bishko is also on the advisory board to Bullis Charter School in Los Altos, California.

Liat is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University (B.A. in English Literature; minor in Psychology) and New York Law School (J.D.),

Lori Moody

Senior Project Manager


Dallas, TX

Lori brings more than 15 years of property management experience to her position at TI Communities’, including experience in residential asset management, operations, training, sales and marketing. As a strategist and analyst, Lori supports TI Communities’ mission by developing and executing effective business plans. Previously, she held roles at Steadfast Companies, Investment Concepts, Legacy Partners and JH Real Estate Partners.

Lynne Lovasco

Vice President of Investor Relations


Santa Monica, CA

Lynne Lovasco is responsible for the overview of fund level returns, capital contributions, fund distributions as well as overseeing quarterly investor reporting. Previously, Lynne was with Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC (CCRA), as a Fund Accountant and Investor Liaison.

Prior to joining CCRA, Lynne served as an Assistant General Manager and Property Accountant for Center Trust, a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT), overseeing a 1.1 million square foot retail center. Lynne has a long history with affordable housing: she began her career at Skid Row Housing Trust, a non-profit corporation specializing in the construction and redevelopment of Section 8 housing in downtown Los Angeles.

Lynne is a graduate of Woodbury University (BBA, Management, summa cum laude).

Marc T. Artino, CPA

Senior Vice President of Finance


Santa Monica, CA

As Senior Vice President of Finance, Marc is responsible for all accounting and tax matters, financial reporting, internal controls and treasury functions for all of Turner Impact Capital’s various funds.

Marc is a financial professional with over 30 years of progressive experience working for public and private companies. Marc has experience in property transactions, restructuring and reorganizations, financial reporting, GAAP and tax accounting, treasury functions, and information systems. Marc has previously been the CFO for real estate development companies, the Chief Accounting Officer for a publicly held REIT and CAO for a privately held real estate fund.

Marc has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from California State University at Dominguez Hills and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Marshundria Deamon

Senior Controller


Dallas, TX

Marshundria is the Senior Controller for TI Communities, and leads the Accounting team with humility and a fierce commitment to superiority and precision. With 10 years of property management accounting experience, Marshundria is responsible for all accounting and tax matters, financial reporting, internal controls and functions for all of TI Communities properties and operations.

During her time in property management accounting, Marshundria also held roles with The Related Companies and Greystar. Marshundria holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Ramiro Viramontes

President of Construction Services


Santa Monica, CA

Ramiro Viramontes is the President of Construction Services for Turner Impact Capital. Ramiro brings over 30 years of corporate experience in construction management, facility operations, and property management. Ramiro is responsible for all construction projects for funds managed by Turner Impact Capital, including design development, green building sustainability, pre-construction and construction management. He has been involved in the development of over 100 charter schools and community-serving healthcare facilities across the country.

Before joining Turner Impact Capital, Ramiro worked in a similar capacity for Canyon Capital Realty Advisors (CCRA) where he oversaw charter school construction. Prior to CCRA, Ramiro was a Vice President of Construction Services at Pacific Charter School Development where he oversaw the portfolio of facility development projects for Aspire Public Schools, and other Charter School Management Organizations.

In his spare time, Ramiro has served on several boards and committees for schools in California and New York. He is a member of the United States Green Building Council and Harvard’s Environmental Club.

Randy Slaughter

Senior VP of Operations, Safety and Security


Santa Monica, CA

Randy Slaughter is Senior Vice President of Operations, Safety & Security at Turner Impact Capital. He is responsible for all aspects of security related to properties in the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund and Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund portfolios. He supports the team by identifying, quantifying and mitigating risk at each property, and develops innovative methods to promote safe environments through the use of community-centered approaches to security, local partnerships and advanced technology.

Randy is a national leader who has applied best practices in law enforcement by integrating security programs for a variety of real estate asset classes. For the past 12 years, he provided consultative, investigative and protective services to Canyon Partners and its international portfolio. During his 20-year law enforcement career, Randy was a Task Force Officer with the DEA and served a leading police department in Southern California as a detective, SWAT team member, gang liaison officer and other roles. He started his career as a member of the Military Police of the United States Marine Corps.

He holds undergraduate and master’s degrees from California State University, Long Beach.

Shannon Dwyer Pasch

Director


Santa Monica, CA

Shannon Dwyer Pasch is a Director with the Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, where she manages the fund’s operational and business development efforts in the East region, including identifying potential charter school partners.

Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Shannon served as a strategic analysis manager for the fast-growing start-up, Dollar Shave Club, managed public equities for a $10 billion investment fund, and worked as an investment banking analyst with the Blackstone Group in New York.

Shannon graduated summa cum laude from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where she was named Wharton Woman of the Year. She volunteers with Minds Matter, mentoring low-income high school students who she helps graduate and go on to college, as well as enter the workforce. Over the course of her six years with the program, she’s seen many students graduate and go on to college, some of whom she stays in touch with and continues to mentor.

Roshan Sonthalia

Director and Senior Counsel


Santa Monica, CA

As Director and Senior Counsel of Turner Impact Capital,  Roshan Sonthalia works across Turner Impact Capital’s various funds focusing on investor relations, acquisitions and asset management.
 
Roshan brings over 13 years of real estate industry experience to Turner Impact Capital. Previously, Roshan was counsel at Canyon Capital Realty Advisors LLC, working across their various real estate funds to coordinate matters related to investors, originations, acquisitions and asset management. He began his legal career as a real estate attorney with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in their real estate practice in Los Angeles, working on a broad range of transactional matters with clients that included private equity funds, developers, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, borrowers and lenders.

Roshan is a proud UCLA alum, where he received his BA in Economics and History, his JD, and MBA.

Anisha Atluri

Associate Director


Santa Monica, CA

Anisha Atluri is an Associate supporting the underwriting, due diligence, negotiation and execution of investment opportunities and the management of portfolio assets for the Turner Healthcare Facilities Fund.

Prior to Turner Impact Capital, Anisha was an associate at Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R), a global private equity firm with approximately $22 billion in assets.  At CD&R she worked on investments across the healthcare, industrial, consumer and business services verticals. Before CD&R, Anisha was an investment banking analyst within the Mergers & Acquisitions practice at Evercore. She also lived in Haiti, working as an investor and consultant to social businesses in healthcare, farming and food.

Anisha is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (B.S., Economics with dual concentrations in Finance and Social Impact and Responsibility).

Ryan Taylor

Director


Santa Monica, CA

Ryan Taylor is a Director at Turner Impact Capital focused on its Multifamily Housing Initiatives and is responsible for acquisitions underwriting, due diligence, and management of portfolio assets.

Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Ryan was an Acquisitions Associate for GTIS Partners, a global real estate private equity firm, where he focused primarily on domestic opportunistic residential acquisition and development opportunities.

Ryan received a B.S. in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

Bob Flynn

Director of Construction Services


Chapel Hill, NC

As Director of Construction Services, Bob Flynn manages the construction of charter school projects in the Northeast and Southeast regions. Bob works directly with the Regional Directors to identify sites for future schools, and acts as single point of contact for the Charter School Representative throughout design and construction and manages the Architect and General Contractor.

Bob has over 30 years of corporate experience in construction management, facility operations, and property management. Prior to Turner-Agassi, Bob was most recently Senior Property Manager at CB Richard Ellis on the Bank of America account. He was responsible for managing Construction and Operations for a portfolio of 6 million square feet of Critical Data Centers, Call Centers, Bank Branches and Cash Vaults. Prior to joining CBRE, he served as First Vice-President of Engineering & Construction for Countrywide Financial Corporation, the largest mortgage lender in the U.S. During his many years at Countrywide, he oversaw the construction and management of a 2.5 million square foot portfolio consisting of Call Centers and Data Centers in the West/Southwest.

Brian Gonzalez

Construction Manager


Los Angeles, CA

As a Construction Manager, Brian manages charter school projects in the West and Southwest regions. He works alongside Aarthi Sowrirajan in the pre-development and construction of schools.

Brian has been in the charter school facilities industry for 9 years. He started his career at Pacific Charter School Development where he worked with various CMOs in the Los Angeles area. Prior to Turner-Agassi, Brian was most recently a Project Manager for Alliance College Ready Public Schools where he was responsible for the development of new facilities for the Alliance in Los Angeles.

Brian is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University (B.A., Urban Studies).

Brad Kettelle

Construction Manager


Providence, RI

As a Senior Construction Manager for Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, Brad manages the construction management process of charter school projects in the Eastern regions. Brad works directly with the Regional Directors to identify sites for future schools, and acts as single point of contact for the Charter School Representative throughout design and construction and manages the Architect and General Contractor.

Brad is a licensed general contractor and electrician with more than 35 years of field and business administration experience in the construction industry. Known for his strict adherence to maintaining project budges and schedules, Brad provides direction and technical oversight of complex, high profile construction jobs. Prior to Turner-Agassi, Brad was most recently Vice President and Senior Project Manager at Blackwell Construction where he built a portfolio of 50 charter schools in the state of California, 62 live/work condominium units; and numerous projects worth $15 million annually. Prior to Blackwell, he worked with Worldwide Projects Unlimited where he supervised construction of five new Gamework facilities in KY, MN, and WA.& FL

Brad attended Roger Williams College in Bristol, Rhode Island with Architecture curriculum.

Brock Miller

Associate


Santa Monica, CA

Brock Miller is an Associate at Turner Impact Capital focused on its Multifamily Housing Initiatives and is responsible for acquisitions underwriting, transaction due diligence, and management of portfolio assets.

Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Brock was an Associate for Greystar Real Estate Partners, a fully integrated multifamily real estate company offering expertise in investment management, development and property management of rental housing properties globally. Prior to Greystar, Brock was an Investment Banking Analyst at Goldman Sachs where he focused on acquisitions in the Financial Institutions Group.

Brock received a B.S. in Finance from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

Carlos Figueroa III

Construction Manager


Bell, CA

In his role as Construction Manager, Carlos manages charter school projects in the West region, ranging from ground-up to major renovations. Carlos Figueroa III began his career creating charter schools while working at Pacific Charter School Development where he was on the team that brought California it’s first-ever LEED Certified middle & high school.

Prior to Turner-Agassi, Carlos was most recently a Project Manager for the Anning – Johnson Company, where he was responsible for the construction management of many projects, including the iconic Broad Museum, a unique Design-Build museum that will receive a LEED Silver certification.

Carlos is a graduate of California Polytechnic University, Pomona (B.S. Construction Engineering) where he and his team ranked 3rd in the nation for Concrete Solutions. Carlos likes to share his extensive construction expertise whenever he can – he mentors Eagle Scouts in La Puente as they design and build their final projects.

Charity May

Associate


Santa Monica, CA

As an Associate for the Turner Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, Charity May supports the underwriting, analyzing, negotiating and executing of investment opportunities and management of fund finances.

Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Charity was an Associate at KeyBanc Capital Markets (KBCM), the investment banking platform of KeyBank, N.A. in Cleveland, OH.  At KBCM, Charity was responsible for the underwriting, analysis, structuring and monitoring of Leveraged Finance transactions for middle market companies across multiple industries.  She first began at KBCM as an investment banking analyst in the Utilities, Power and Renewable Energy division, where she was involved in the acquisition and debt financing of renewable energy projects.

Charity graduated summa cum laude from the Weatherhead School of Management and the College of Arts and Sciences at Case Western Reserve University (B.S. Management & Finance; B.A. International Studies).

 

Debbie Rumbo

Administrative Assistant


Santa Monica, CA

As an administrative assistant, Debbie Rumbo is responsible for maintaining correspondence, processing legal documents, screening calls and greeting guests. Debbie is excited to work for Turner Impact Capital, since it combines her interests in non-profit work and finance. Debbie has previously worked at Guggenheim Partners and Face Forward LA.

Debbie is a volunteer with LA’s Best, a non-profit that funds afterschool programs in underprivileged areas. She’s also a member of the South LA Democratic Club, right next door to her alma mater USC. Her work with the club focuses on keeping citizens informed about upcoming ballot initiatives, as well as providing them a forum to discuss their concerns.

Debbie graduated from the University of Southern California (B.A. Political Science, B.A. Philosophy and minor in Human Rights).

Greg Weiser

Construction Manager


Tampa, FL

Greg Weiser manages the construction process of Turner Healthcare projects in the United States.

Greg has over 15 years of corporate experience in construction management. Previously, a Sr. Project Manager for CB Richard Ellis where he managed a variety of projects from single trade up to major renovations in retail and administrative space for large financial institutions.

Joyce Truong

Associate


Santa Monica, CA

As an Associate for the Turner Agassi Charter Schools Facilities Fund, Joyce Truong is responsible for financial modeling, managing fund finances and supporting Directors in underwriting, analyzing, negotiating and executing investment opportunities.

Joyce began her career at L.E.K. Consulting in San Francisco where she conducted due diligence on potential acquisitions for private equity clients and developed market entry strategies for the nation’s largest health insurance companies. Joyce then worked at Google and was responsible for modeling the annual bonuses of all full-time employees. During her last few months at Google, Joyce transferred to the London office, where she developed a summer mentorship program and conference for high potential female tech students from throughout Europe.

Joyce graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Human Biology and M.S. in Management Science and Engineering. She is currently finishing her MBA at UCLA Anderson, where she was a founding member of the school’s inaugural impact investing fund.

 

Lisa Valera

Office Manager


Santa Monica, CA

Lisa Valera is the Office Manager at Turner Impact Capital. Lisa wears many hats to ensure the smooth running of the office and helps to improve company procedures and day-to-day operations. She’s also the first person you’ll meet when you visit, call, or email us.

Lisa has a background in private equity and working with start-ups and loves to use her diverse skill-set to contribute to the TIC mission.

Lisa graduated from Wellesley College with a B.A. in Economics.

Logan Harper

Associate


Santa Monica, CA

Logan Harper is an Associate supporting the underwriting, due diligence, negotiation and execution of investment opportunities and the management of portfolio assets for the Turner Healthcare Facilities Fund.

Prior to Turner Impact Capital, Logan was an associate at Pantheon Ventures, a global private equity firm with approximately $36 billion in assets.  At Pantheon he worked on infrastructure and real assets investments. Before Pantheon, Logan was an investment banking analyst within the Mergers & Acquisitions team at Citigroup.

Logan is a graduate of Cornell University with a BS specializing in Finance from the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management along with a minor in Sustainable Energy Systems from the College of Engineering.

Rachel Pedowitz

Associate Director


Santa Monica, CA

Rachel Pedowitz serves as Associate Director of Impact and Evaluation supporting the development, implementation, evaluation and communication of the firm’s impact strategies, primarily around social and environmental initiatives within the Turner Multifamily Impact Fund. Rachel draws upon her extensive background in direct service to make decisions grounded in consumer experience, guided by analytical and financial insights.

Prior to joining the team at Turner Impact Capital, Rachel was the Director of Housing Advocacy at Safe Place for Youth, the lead service provider for young people experiencing homelessness throughout west Los Angeles. In her role, Rachel oversaw all housing partnerships and programs including the ongoing build-out of the Youth Coordinated Entry System county-wide. Previous to that, Rachel held service and administrative roles in education, healthcare, foster care, and mental health programs focusing on the holistic needs of children, youth and families.

Rachel received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley and her Master of Business Administration and Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California. Rachel values interdisciplinary learning and collaboration and systems that pursue upstream solutions.

Shantarica Bass

Property Accountant


Dallas, TX

Shantarica is the Property Accountant for TI Communities Texas properties in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. With 6 years of experience in property management accounting, Shantarica has also worked for RealManage in their accounting department.

With a Bachelors in Accounting from the University of North Texas, Shantarica is a gifted partner to her communities in managing their finances and achieving financial success.

Thomas Isabel

Associate


Santa Monica, CA

Thomas Isabel is an Associate at Turner Impact Capital focused on its Multifamily Housing Initiatives and is responsible for acquisitions underwriting, transaction due diligence, and management of portfolio assets.

Prior to joining Turner Impact Capital, Thomas was an Investment Associate for Greystar Real Estate Partners, a fully integrated multifamily real estate company offering expertise in investment management, development and property management of rental housing properties globally. Prior to Greystar, Thomas was an Analyst at Hodes Weill & Associates where he focused on Investment Banking and Strategic Advisory engagements for real estate private equity funds.

Thomas received a B.S. in Business Administration with concentrations in Investments and Corporate Finance from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill along with a minor in German.

Tisa Goehner

Marketing Manager


Santa Monica, CA

Tisa acts as the graphic designer for TI Communities and plays a vital role in all marketing, earning her the title “Art Official Intelligence”. Her keen eye, superior work ethic, and attention to detail make her an exceptional addition to the team.

Prior to joining Turner Impact, Ms. Goehner was a Showroom Manager and Executive Assistant to the CEO at jenny chase inc. showroom where she maintained over 250 active international and domestic accounts. Ms. Goehner is involved in her community, and volunteers at the VA Center every Thanksgiving. She graduated from Washington State University (B.A., Marketing).

Tom Bilinski

Construction Manager


California City, CA

Tom Bilinski manages the construction of charter school projects in the Northwest and Southwest regions. Tom has been in the commercial construction industry for 29 years and has been a General Contractor for the past 20 years in the State of California.

Tom’s knowledge of commercial construction, public assemblies and data infrastructure has enabled him to implement cost-effective building methods for charter schools. Tom started working in music and movie production studio facilities and progressed into the ground-up construction and refurbishment of commercial buildings. Prior to joining the Turner-Agassi team, Tom, was a Consultant to General Contractors in the State of California working on custom homes, public assemblies, commercial properties and charter schools. He has been involved in the construction of 9 charter school facilities over the past 3 years, including gymnasium and performing arts centers. His knowledge of commercial construction, public assemblies and data infrastructure has enabled him to implement cost-effective building methods for charter schools.

Tommy Frettoloso

Director of Construction Services


Dallas, TX

Tommy Frettoloso directs the construction process of charter school projects in the Central region.

He brings over 30 years of corporate experience in construction management. Tommy was formerly a Project Manager for CB Richard Ellis and Trammell Crow and has managed a portfolio of over 26 million square feet.

Michelle Felman


New York, NY

Michelle Felman serves as a Senior Advisor to Turner Impact Capital and as a member of the investment committee for Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund I.

Michelle began her career at Morgan Stanley in the Investment Banking Division. She later joined GE Capital as a Managing Director of Business Development, where she was responsible for the acquisition of real estate and non- performing loans from the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), banks and insurance companies in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and France. She also served as the Executive Vice President – Acquisitions of Vornado Realty Trust.  During her tenure, she helped grow the REIT from a $3 billion equity capitalization company to a $16 billion equity capitalization company.

Michelle received her B.A. from The University of California, Berkeley with highest honors and her M.B.A. from The Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania. She serves on the Executive Committee of The Zell-Lurie Center at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Trustee of Choice Properties (CHP- TSX). She is also a Trustee of The Partners Group (PGPHF), a global private equity firm where she serves as the Chair of the Investment Oversight Committee.

She was a former trustee of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York and is currently teaching at the Columbia Business School.