Senior Staff


Linda Mandolini has served Eden Housing as a Project Developer, as Director of Real Estate Development, and since 2001, as President. Eden Housing is California's second oldest non-profit housing development companies and has developed or acquired more than 10,500 units throughout California. Linda oversees affordable housing production, resident support services, and property management components of the organization, and a staff of more than 325 employees. She is guided in her work by Eden's active volunteer board of directors.

Under Linda's strong leadership, Eden has become one of the most productive and successful nonprofit affordable housing developers in California. Eden has received numerous awards including being named as Best Places to Work in the Bay Area in 2012, 2015, and 2016 and Healthiest Employers in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Journal for the past five years in a row (2012-2016).

Linda is a leader in housing policy on the local, state and national level. She serves or has served on the Board, and has held leadership positions on the Board of: The Housing Trust of Silicon Valley, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH), California Housing Consortium (CHC), National Housing Conference (NHC), Enterprise Communities' Community Leadership Council, and International Housing Policy Exchange.  

Linda held various community development positions in Boston prior to moving to California in 1996.

Linda has been honored with the 2016 SF Business Times Forever Influential Honor Roll, 2015 SF Business TImes "Bay Area's Most Influential Women" award, 2014 SF Business Times "Bay Area's Most Influential Women" award, 2011 SF Business Times "Bay Area's Most Influential Women" award, 2011 SF Business Times "Northern California Real Estate Women of Influence" award, 2011 Affordable Housing Management Association (AHMA) Pioneer Award, and 2008 East Bay Business Times "Women of Distinction" award.

    Linda received her A.B. from Wheaton College in Massachusetts, and earned an M.B.A. at Boston University. In her free time, Linda is an avid bicyclist and frequently rides for charitable causes.

    CORINNE MORRISON, Chief Financial Officer

    As Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Corinne Morrison is responsible for corporate and real estate development accounting, finance and asset management, and business technology operations of Eden Housing, its affiliates and ownership entities.

    Corinne works closely with the Finance and Audit Committees of the Board of Directors, and she directs and manages Eden’s relationships with lending institutions, shareholders, and the financial community. Corinne leads Eden’s finance team, which oversees Eden’s total assets of more than $1.15 billion with combined annual operating revenue of more than $86 million.

    She brings more than 20 years of finance and operations management experience, joining Eden’s senior management team in 2016. She was most recently the Vice President and Controller of BRIDGE Housing where she had worked since 2005. Previously, Corinne also worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

    Corrine received her degree in business administration from Biola University.

    JAN PETERS, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

    As  Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Jan Peters is responsible for Eden Housing's affordable rental housing portfolio of more than 8,500 units. She oversees Property Management, Resident Services, Finance, Accounting, Asset Management, Human Resources, and Office Administration.

    With more than 20 years of property management, human services, and social work experience, Jan came to Eden from Southern California, where she was President of WNC Management, Inc. and Vice President of Property Management for Design Center Housing Services, Inc. She also worked as a social worker and supervisor for the Philadelphia Department of Human Services.

    Jan is the former President of the Board of Directors of Affordable Housing Management Association of Northern California, Nevada, and Hawaii (AHMA-NCNH). She serves on the Board of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development and is a former Board member of Building Futures with Women and Children. As a licensed Real Estate Broker, Jan shares her expertise as a trainer in Advanced Property Management and holds several certifications in the field. Jan is an avid reader, enjoys watching films, and loves to spend time with her dog.

    Jan earned her M.A. in Social Work at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

    ANDY MADEIRA, Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development

    As Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development of Eden Housing, Andy Madeira leads Eden’s Real Estate Development team, and is responsible for heading Eden's strategic growth in affordable rental development, operating property acquisitions, and portfolio recapitalization/preservation.

    Andy has worked in affordable housing and community development for over 25 years, and has an extensive background in affordable housing development and project financing. Prior to joining Eden Housing in February of 2014, he was a Senior Banker for JP Morgan Chase Community Development Banking. He also served as Vice President, Real Estate Development for Citizens Housing Corporation, and as a Director of Real Estate Development at BRIDGE Housing Corporation, and as a Vice President at Community Preservation and Development Corporation in Washington, DC. 

    Andy also has significant real estate lending and finance experience having spent six years at Fannie Mae’s American Communities Fund, which financed affordable housing development, provided joint venture equity for workforce housing, and loans to local governments. Before his work in affordable housing, Andy practiced law at nonprofit organizations in California and Philadelphia.

    Andy continues to be active in community development, serving on the Board of Directors for the Northern California Community Loan Fund, and as a Loan Committee member of the Enterprise Community Loan Fund.

    Andy received a J.D. from Boston University School of Law and a B.A. in Economics with Honors from the University of California at Santa Cruz.

    TATIANA BLANK, Vice President of Portfolio Finance and Asset Management

    As Vice President of Portfolio Finance and Asset Management, Tatiana Blank ensures that all properties within Eden Housing’s portfolio maintain a strong financial position, comply with all contractual, regulatory and statutory requirements, and fulfill all internal and external reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner. She is also responsible for benchmarking, investor, and lender relationships post-closing as well as strategic stewardship of Eden’s portfolio.

    Tatiana leads Eden’s asset management team, which oversees Eden’s total assets of more than $1.15 billion with combined annual operating revenue of more than $86 million.

    She brings more than 20 years of real estate finance and accounting experience, joining Eden’s senior management team in 2016. She was most recently the Vice President of Corporate Finance of ROEM Development Corporation, a for-profit real estate developer and general contractor, where she had worked since 2007. Previously, she also worked as a Tax and Audit Manager at Novogradac & Company, a public accounting firm specializing in tax credit financed affordable housing projects. She is a Certified Public Accountant.

    Tatiana received her degree in business administration with concentration in accounting from San Francisco State University.

    LEANNE BUTTERFIELD, Vice President of Systems and Infrastructure

    As Vice President of Systems and Infrastructure, Leanne coordinates with other team leaders in the oversight of property operations functions, including compliance and property management. She takes the lead on implementation and expansion of Eden’s systems, such as Yardi and the Property Management Scorecard. Leanne also oversees lease-up efforts for all new properties.

    Leanne joined Eden Housing Management, Inc. (EHMI) in April 2009 having been in the property management industry for over 6 years. She began her career in affordable housing as an Internal Operations Manager at Eden’s corporate office. In July of 2010, Leanne was promoted to the position of Compliance Manager and in October of 2011 she was promoted to the position of Associate Director – Property Operations. 

    Leanne is a Board Director of the Affordable Housing Management Association of Northern CA, Nevada, Hawaii (AHMA-NCH).

    Leanne received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Sonoma State University.

    ANDREA OSGOOD, Director of Real Estate Development

    As Director of Real Estate Development, Andrea leads Eden’s new construction and acquisition efforts. Since joining Eden in 2008, Andrea has developed over 300 new units and overseen the acquisition of nearly 800 existing units in six California counties, from Sonoma to San Diego County.

    Before her career in affordable housing, Andrea worked as a construction management consultant for Capital Projects of UC Berkeley and was involved in nearly every phase of large rehab and new construction projects – from planning and development through funding and construction. She also gained experience in construction litigation and public contracting as a lead paralegal in the construction group of the San Francisco law firm, Hanson Bridgett Marcus Vlahos & Rudy.

    Andrea has served on the Board of Directors of the Housing Leadership Council of San Mateo County since 2013 and is an inaugural member of the Board of Directors of SV@Home, a newly formed affordable housing advocacy organization in Santa Clara County.

    Andrea received her Bachelor's degree from Pomona College and her Master's degree in Urban Planning (MUP) from the UCLA Graduate School of Public Policy and Social Research.

    LISA RYDHOLM, Vice President of Human Resources

    As Vice President of Human Resources, Lisa Rydholm provides leadership and oversight of the Human Resources functions for the organization. She is responsible for developing, implementing, and coordinating policies and programs related to the full spectrum of Human Resources activities. Lisa joined Eden Housing’s Human Resources department in 2010. With more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources, she specializes in organizational development and employee relations.

    Under Lisa's leadership and expertise, Eden Housing was recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area in 2012, 2015, and 2016! Additionally, because of her focus on employee wellness, Eden was also recognized as one of the Healthiest Employers in the Bay Area in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016!

    In 2016, Lisa satisfied the requirement for SHRM-SCP certification as prescribed by the Society for Human Resources Management and is a SHRM-SCP, senior certified human resources professional.

    In 2012, Lisa was named one of the top Human Resources Executives in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal.

    Lisa earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.

    ANNA GWYN SIMPSON, Director of Resident Services

    As Director of Resident Services, Anna Gwyn oversees all of Eden Housing's resident service programs and staff. Since 1995, Eden Housing has provided a wide range of supportive services and enrichment programs designed to meet the needs of its diverse resident population. The comprehensive programs are offered at 100% of Eden’s managed properties. Programs include youth and after-school programs, digital technology and literacy programs, aging in place and independent living programs for older adult seniors, health and wellness programs, and financial literacy programs.

    Anna Gwyn has more than 15 years of social service experience with an extensive background in managing social service programs for diverse communities and developing evaluation metrics and measurement tools to articulate program success. She most recently served as the Interim City Manager for the City of Martinez.

    Anna Gwyn has spent most of her career in housing, serving in leadership roles with the Oakland Housing Authority, Citizens Housing Corporation, and Episcopal Community Services of San Diego and Riverside Counties.

    She previously served as a Board member of the Executive Board of Directors of the Pacific Southwest Regional Council of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO).

    Anna Gwyn received her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Sociology from Colorado College and received her Master's degree in Public Administration (MPA), with a focus in Nonprofit Administration from San Francisco State University.

    JENNIFER REED, Director of Fund Development and Public Relations

    As Director of Fund Development and Public Relations, Jennifer Reed will help to elevate our fundraising efforts and advocate on behalf of Eden and the importance of providing homes that are affordable to the communities we serve.  Prior to transitioning to this new role in April 2014, Jennifer has had multiple leadership roles including Director of Staff Development, and Director of Resident Services. She was responsible for comprehensive program development and evaluation within our senior, family and special needs portfolio as well as for oversight of Eden Housing's community partnerships.

    Jennifer came to Eden Housing in 2001 with fifteen years of experience working with youth and families in the nonprofit sector. She earned a BS in Psychology at Union College in New York, and an M.A. in Applied Psychology at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Jennifer taught English in Mexico for five years where she became fluent in the Spanish language.  Jennifer is a graduate of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Leadership Training program.  She is active in the Resident Services Round Table sponsored by Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California as well as the Hayward Non-Profit Alliance.  She enjoys gardening, watching movies, and traveling.

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