Aly Stein is a project manager on the development team involved in all stages of a project's life cycle, from predevelopment through final closing and conversion. She is responsible for ensuring the timely completion and successful handling of financing applications, construction requisition and construction activities. She previously worked for POAH as an intern and development associate where she assisted on syndication and construction loan closings involving more that $140 million in total development costs.
Previously she was a summer associate at L+M Development Partners in New York on their mixed-income development team where she assisted with tax credit and bond financing applications. She was a research assistance in the Department of Policy Analysis and Management at Cornell University where she studied the effectiveness of housing policy designed to reduce economic segregation and neighborhood poverty. She was also part of a research team at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York that studied the relationship between low-income housing and cardiovascular health.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Development Sociology from Cornell University and a Master's Degree in Urban Planning with a concentration in Real Estate Development from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.