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Chief Financial Officer
Kelly runs both the financial and contractual operations of BlueLine Development. She works closely with the Controller and the development team to make sure that projects come to fruition.
Chief Executive Officer
Nate gets stuff done.
Director of Development
Christian's job has him taking projects from application all the way through lease-up. Throughout this process he works with all parties necessary to complete the application and get through closing. He responds to RFPs and RFQs. He manages the construction process with the architect and contractor, including going on site visits. Christian also works closely with the Project Managers and Controller within BlueLine Development. He conducts training for junior associates and clients, and attends board meetings for clients to provide project updates.
As the company Controller, Nate works closely with owners, general contractors, lenders, investors, and the involved state agencies during the construction phase of the projects. Related to these tasks he also oversees construction draws, as well as handling the equity installments, loans and grants. He deals directly with the accounting firms to conduct 10% audits, cost certifications and annual audits. Nate continues to work with the property management company during lease up and the annual budget process. Nate conducts asset management for BlueLine owned property. He does accounting for projects for both BlueLine and its subsidiaries. HCCP, SHCM, C5P, STAR, K5 Certifications.
Jason works in the early stages of a project to analyze market data to determine communities in need of multifamily housing. He identifies development sites, working with land owners and local city councils. In the next stage of a project Jason works with a variety of non-profit partners, architects, and contractors to bid, build and manage development of multifamily housing. His job includes onsite reporting and reviewing of land and projects in various stages of development.
Located in Denver, Colorado, Oriana provides local support and oversees the majority of the Colorado projects. Her extensive experience includes 13 years as Director of Real Estate for the Mental Health Center of Denver, which included oversight of the real estate team of Development, Facilities Management, and Property Management. She provides project management from funding application through construction management for Colorado.
Kim has worked on developments from application to project completion using multiple funding sources including LIHTC, AHP and local sources. She responds to Requests for Qualifications/Proposals for BlueLine Development and provides consulting services for clients seeking Federal Home Loan Bank Affordable Housing Program grants. She has taken on Asset Management for BlueLine Development and BlueLine Property Management where she oversees the efficiency and effectiveness of all BlueLine entities and supports executive team for long term planning and decision-making.
Gabby is a recent graduate of the Masters of Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Colorado Denver. Gabby is from New Jersey and ventured west to attend the University of Denver, where she studied Biology and Anthropology. Between college and graduate school, Gabby worked as a Project Manager for a commercial real estate company, primarily managing tenant improvement projects. She has called Denver home for the past ten years after quickly falling in love with an active and outdoor lifestyle. Since 2018, Gabby has been a volunteer leader for a local chapter of November Project, which is a global free fitness movement that aims to foster community through human connection and strives to maintain an inclusive environment.
Maddy’s professional career began at Target Corporation in Minneapolis where she worked as a Sourcing Analyst, though the call of the west couldn’t keep her in a cubicle. With stints in California, Utah, and Montana, Maddy worked as a Production Assistant in television, was a Snowboard Instructor, and then ventured into Resort Management, where she worked in a variety of positions for ski resorts and a luxury guest ranch, and ultimately landed in Business Development for a craft brewery. Maddy’s unique combination of experiences brings a new lens to BlueLine’s scope.
John is located in Missoula and has spent the last 20+ years working in technology in both the private and not-for-profit sectors. John's goal is to help BlueLine staff use technology to their advantage and as a tool that helps bring success for the organization and its partners.
Gabby gets it built. Gabby is a graduate of Marquette University College of Engineering. Gabby couples that education with 25+ years of construction experience and 20+ ICC building certifications. Gabby has the experience needed to take projects from plans to occupancy.
Cameron began his professional career with BlueLine in 2018 after graduating from the University of Montana with degrees in both Accounting and Finance. He works closely with the Controller to oversee construction draws, process equity installments and work with the accounting firms to complete cost certifications and annual audits. As an underwriter, he is responsible for creating viable concept models for projects in BlueLine's future.
Liz graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2019 with a Bachelor's degree in English and Mass Communications. She moved to Missoula in early 2020 to admire the mountains and start her professional career, and works as the office manager and administrative assistant to BlueLine Development, as well as Property Management and Construction.