Cory Mian is POAH's Vice President for Real Estate Development, responsible for managing POAH’s development staff of project managers, overseeing the work of the development team, and leading POAH’s most complicated acquisition and redevelopment executions.
She coordinates project staffing, informs key decisions on POAH’s real estate transactions, leads training and system development for the department, and serves as a subject matter expert for staff performing predevelopment assessments, financial and programmatic structuring, and project oversight.
Cory possesses a broad knowledge of complex deal structuring and layered finance, and has employed most of the available federal, state, local, private and tax credit equity resources and programs to underwrite affordable multi-family housing preservation since joining POAH as a Project Manager in 2005.
During her tenure at POAH, she has led POAH’s acquisition and recapitalization of fifteen properties representing nearly $250M in total development costs across three distinct geographies.
Prior to joining POAH, she worked at MMA Financial in their underwriting and asset management groups, where she managed a $275 million portfolio of tax-exempt bond issuances and performed financial analysis for corporate acquisition opportunities.
Cory holds a Bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a Masters in Urban Planning from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.