Age ain’t nothin’ but a number.

It doesn’t say what a person has done or determine how far they’ll go. This year’s group of Young Leaders is proof of that. All are 40 years old or younger and are among the best and brightest in the affordable housing industry. 
  
Since 2008, affordable housing finance has been honoring young men and women who are making a big difference in the field. It’s a way of recognizing their achievements while fostering the development of a new generation of leaders. More than just good at their jobs, they are pushing their companies to new heights and taking an active role in the larger industry. The future is in good hands.

This year’s Young Leaders, who will be formally recognized at AHF Live: The Affordable Housing Developers Summit, 
Nov. 18–20 in Chicago, are:

2015 Affordable Housing Rising Stars

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Sasha-Gaye Angus

vice president, development Michaels Development Co. View Story

Sasha-Gaye Angus

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Andrew Bailey

executive vice president, development, The Millennia Cos. View Story

Andrew Bailey

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Karla Burck

vice president, acquisitions, Herman & Kittle Properties View Story

Karla Burck

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Michael Duffy

senior vice president, McCormack Baron Salazar View Story

Michael Duffy

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Matt Rule

vice president, affordable housing development, National Church Residences View Story

Matt Rule

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John Wiechmann

president and CEO, Midwest Housing Equity Group View Story

John Wiechmann

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And, they’re just getting started.