NEW YORK (2/27/12)--The National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions is beefing up its Community Development Investments Program with new hires to help manage more than $55 million in the program.
Doaman, who joined the federation in January, will manage the federation's portfolio of secondary capital investments and risk-shared deposits, conduct research on the products' performance and handle all investor compliance.
Lewis joined the federation in 2005 as a college intern while completing a business marketing degree at St. John's University. She was a part-time program assistant for the CDCU Mortgage Center LLC, and in 2009 became a full-time program associate for the Community Development Investment Program and the mortgage center.
James joined the federation's Community Development Investment Program in late 2011 as a program associate, where she provided program support, including CDCU reporting and due diligence; the CDCU Mortgage Center LLC's tax and insurance compliance, and several special projects.
A former research librarian for years, she also has served as director for a variety of programs and was a former board chairman of Hoffman LaRoche CU (now Proponent CU), Nutley, N.J.