CommonBond Communities Announces New Leadership
Appointments to Help Address Region’s Growing Housin
January 20, 2010 02:03 PM Eastern Time
ST. PAUL, Minn.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--CommonBond Communities, the region’s largest nonprofit housing with servi
announces new leadership appointments to prepare for both organizational growth and sustainability. This new leadership will help p
organization to address growing affordable housing needs in the region. Despite the current economy, CommonBond’s comprehensi
housing development, housing management and customized resident services provides a scalable model that is nationally recognized.
Kevin Myren will begin his role of chief financial officer and vice president of administration in February 2010. This new
CommonBond’s growth and development as the nonprofit expands its capacity to serve thousands more residents in the years ahea
to CommonBond with financial and administrative leadership experience in for-profit and non-profit settings, most recently serving a
officer at Augsburg College in Minneapolis.
CommonBond also announces that Kurt Keena assumed the position of vice president of property management on January
CommonBond has an aggressive business plan to add 4,000 homes to their portfolio over five years through housing preservation, n
portfolio acquisitions and fee-based management. Keena’s 20 years of experience in affordable housing, most recently as the direct
management for Dakota County Community Development Agency, will help CommonBond achieve its organizational goals.
After 17 years of dedicated service to the organization, Joe Holmberg, currently senior vice president and chief operations officer,
retirement. Holmberg has led the organization through major changes. During his tenure, CommonBond quadrupled in size. He succ
daunting real estate transactions including the acquisition and rehabilitation of a 504 unit housing community called Skyline Tower in
refinance and rehabilitation of 17 senior housing communities. Holmberg c